I've never been a fan of Little Mix. In fact I can't stand them as a group. However, Yoo Hyeon of Dreamcatcher released a special clip of her singing “Secret Love Song” by the aforementioned group and I, first of all, gained a little more respect for Little Mix, but moreso fell deeper in love with Dreamcatcher. They are awesome! Today I have a few music video reviews I'm going to do because I hate it when YG releases two music videos in one day, let alone the fact that YG deleted the said videos I think twice before finally letting them be.
Jeon Jiyoon releases a live version of “Hello”. I don't know if this is an official song of hers. I kind of hope it is because the song itself was really funky and groovy. It had a nice bounce and flow to it. The video was just her singing it live in a long yellow T-shirt. The video format was vertical rather than horizontal, so I should have actually watched this on my phone but decided to watch it on my TV. I really enjoyed it and hope that there is an official release of the song at some point.
I love this song. Bobby's “I Love You”. But I'm not going to lie, I was a bit disappointed. Not because Bobby sounds bad or is a bad singer but because I was looking forward to thrashy, growly Bobby and we got vacation, tropical Bobby. The song sounded like a Winner song which I'm kind of happy about but at the same time I want old Bobby from back in the “Born Hater” days. The video was basically like every beach themed video where the singer is hanging out by the pool and running along the beach at sunset.
Bobby is fighting tragedy in “Runaway” which makes sense. In the video, we see him at an overpass with an empty road below. There are also various scenes where he's in a hospital. My guess is that someone close to him passed away after being involved in a car accident. It most likely happened when he was young because of the flashbacks to when he was a kid. Honestly, this video almost made me cry because at first I thought he was trying to run away from life, but it turns out he was running from a tragedy. Bobby's growls came out in this song and they were beautiful. The majority of the song was rapping which is what I expected originally when coming to check out Bobby's new music videos. I hope you guys love Bobby because I do.
Sunny from Girls' Generation and Henry from Super Junior-M join together for this week's SM Station “U&I”. I won't get into too much details about the video but I will say this. If these two got married, I'd completely 100% Stan them. The video played out as a concert performance where the two of them appeared on stage dressed in wedding attire. The song is cute and suits both of their voices really well. The mid tempo ballad plays with the maturity in Henry's sultry voice and the cuteness in Sunny's. It's a perfect song for them. I'm so glad they collaborated on this track.
This has been another set of Quick Reviews. Like I say every week, I'll try to keep up but this week may be hard with BTS coming out as well as ODD EYE CIRCLE and April. But I'll try. I can't promise anything. I hope you enjoyed each and every review I did. I take time out of my day to provide you with these reviews, so if you aren't enjoying them anymore, I'll stop, or tone it down by only reviewing a couple major releases. Please like and share this review on social media. Leave a comment of your thoughts on these various releases. Thank you for supporting me and I'll see you in the next one.
My Quick Reviews are conglomerates of music video reviews. For instance, if there are several releases in a single day that are all related or somewhat related, I will do a Quick Review segment.