Hello. I’m back with some more Quick Reviews. Today I’m feeling rather lazy because of how hectic my week has been, so I’m going to just do two music video reviews for right now. I’ll think if I want to do more tonight. I also need to finalize my video for upload tomorrow. So today it’s going to be Wheein of Mamamoo and Ha:tfelt.
Honestly when this video started, I wasn’t assuming I’d laugh so hard when it finished. The video was about Wheein trying to get the attention of a guy who is nonchalantly pushing her out of his way. Towards the end of the video, he’s fed up with her and smushes her face and starts to walk away, where she yells at him and blasts off her arm through his chest. Totally unexpected ending to that video. The lighting in the video was really cool because it felt mysterious throughout. Not too mysterious, but there was that tone existing through most of the video.
The song reminded me of something Heize and Groovy Room would put together, but the difference was it had Wheein’s godlike vocals blessing the song. (Not to say that Heize has an ungodlike voice). The song was pretty normal. I think the thing that took me off guard was the ending and also that Hwasa appeared in the video but not on the song. I will say the song had a groove to it, but didn’t sound like anything Mamamoo would release. It was Wheein doing her own thing and I liked that.
So “Pluhmm” turned out to be more sexual of a video than I was expecting. Yenny is teasing us the entire video. Things such as yearning under the covers, staring longfully in the camera, and the suspense of her about to snip off her underwear with scissors makes us (mostly the male fans) begging for more. There were a couple of times I was staring at my screen, mouth agape. Yenny looks so much more different than I remember her.
The song is really Jazzy, but it has a dance vibe to it. And when I say dance, I don’t mean Dance music, but like a Tango or something. It had that movement throughout the entirety of the song. Yenny is one of those girls that is ridiculously versatile which makes her a huge threat to everyone. She was in Wonder Girls, doing Pop and Retro, then she moved to solo music with Rock and some more Pop, but less Girl Pop. She’s done Ballad and now whatever this Tango music is. She truly is a talented girl.
What did you think of these two videos? Two vocal Queens bringing us beautiful solo songs. What more can we as fans ask for? Which was your favorite? Let me know in the comment section. Thank you for your support. Thank you for all you do for me. I really appreciate it. Be sure to support these two girls in all their endeavors. Thank you again and I’ll see you in my next review.
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.