Here we are again. I've been getting a lot of Jpop music video review requests, so I thought since I've reviewed Generations, E-Girls, and Faky, I'll review something new this time as well. Cherrsee is request I had received a bunch so I'm here to check out the music video “Mystery”. Please let me know if you know this song.
Let me start this off by saying vandalism is not cool. I don't think these girls are promoting vandalism but there is a lot in this video. The five girls of Cherrsee walk into a arcade/diner/bowling alley/salon and enjoy the games and whatever else is there. They try to get the guy's attention but he tries to take their orders. Therefore one of the girls vandalizes the neon sign outside causing him to try to fix it. While he's gone, they vandalize his shop with all sorts of nice comments, but it's still vandalism. He walks in to see all they've done and he smiles. I wouldn't be smiling. I'd be frustrated. But this is a music video, not real life. Like I said before, don't vandalize things. It's not nice.
At the introduction, a poppy beat comes in and a familiar phrase to Kpoppers, “Brave Sound”. Yes Brave Entertainment produced this song. I actually knew that before I watched the video. The overall vibe of the song was really poppy and cute. They sounded like a lot of Kpop (I know I shouldn't say that and I also know this group is marketed towards a Kpop audience) but they definitely had some uniqueness in their style and not just with their accents.
Well what did you think of the song? Have you heard of this song or group before? Do you like me reviewing Jpop songs? Any requests? Please support Cherrsee. I noticed they don't have very many views on YouTube. We need to change that. Like and share this review. Leave any suggestions or requests for future reviews in the comment section. Thank you for supporting me and I'll see you in my next review.
Like I've mentioned before, music has no language barriers, it knows no language. I want to dedicate this section of my website to reviewing in any way, shape or form other languages of music. This includes Jpop, Mandopop, OPM, Vpop, Latin music, Russian, German, American, Venezuelan, you name it. If you think it's worth giving a listen, I'll listen to it and give you a review.