SM Station continues tradition with having collaborations all over the board. In this release by the company, Suho joins Song Young Joo whoever that is for a track called “Curtain”. Like many of my previous releases, I know nothing about this song except that it features Suho.
In order to keep this post short, I’m going to talk about both the music video and song in one section because my computer is still being fixed, therefore I’m doing all of this on my tablet. The music video seemed to deal with time a lot. There were a bunch of reverse shots being used as well as the floating clock at the beginning which obviously was meant to mean that time was at a standstill. I think the video is Suho wanting to reverse time to be with the one he loves. As for the song, I know EXO fans are going to hate me but I found the song a bit dragging. It was a good song but the song seemed to go on for a lot longer than it actually did. Maybe it’s because I’m growing out of my fondness for ballads, or maybe it’s because the piano tempo throughout the song was rather slow. I’m not saying the song is a bad song because it’s not, it just didn’t grab my attention like other songs. It seems like SM Station is just pumping out a bunch of ballad duets because they have something big in store for the near future or they are getting lazy with the SM Station.
I hope you all enjoyed my review of “Curtain”. I know many of you EXO-Ls are going to assassinate me but honestly I’ve heard better songs even ballads. Maybe SM is getting lazy. What did you all think of the song? Did you like it? Let me know in the comment section. Give me a like and share this post on social media. Thanks for all the support you guys give me and I’ll see ya in the next one.
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