This has to be one of their greatest comebacks ever! The song is awesome, the choreography is amazing, and the guys are just outstanding! I love how the song starts with a whistle and a guitar riff. That type of catchy rhythm that will forever be stuck in your head. Rap Monster makes me laugh and smile when he says “taechoye DNAga neol weonaneunde”. I don’t why I just find it cheering. And the music video… oh my gosh… it hasn’t even been a whole month and they already got 90 millions views! Those boys are sure impressive, them and EXO are always breaking records (not actually cds of course).
I hope you enjoy the song and mv as much as any bts fan has.
This electro-funk song is perfect for when you just wanna get up and dance. Wanna One is a K-pop group formed by Produce 101 season 2. A boy group reality survival show that airs on Mnet in South Korea. This song is so energetic I just sing-along whenever.
The song has got the boys 15 music programs awards in Korea and the mv is getting views from all around the world (including the US, which is where I am).
In the performance version of the mv, I didn’t notice this until I read someone’s comment mentioning that at 3:04 Kuan-lin is just standing there because he just finished doing his rap. But at 3:06, the video shows him watch towards the spot he was standing at 2 seconds ago. I don’t know if the company realized this or what. But it does look a little weird but if your not paying close attention you’ll hardly notice it (I think).
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Tune in to find out more about Wanna One when I write an article about them next Saturday. Not this Saturday, next Saturday.
This song is by 34bit (two current unknown musicians), Stanly Hsu (Taiwanese actor, singer), and Judy Chou (Taiwanese singer). The song is about not giving up or giving something a try. I think it’s such a beautiful song because of the message it sends. Plus, I love the electronic beats. This will definitely be on my favorite 200 songs of 2017!
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This is like one of the perfect songs for summer and you can just tell by the title. It’s upbeat, fun, danceable, and just in time for summertime. Now if i could tell, at the moment, who’s who, I would be completely happy.
This song is groovy. First, it starts slow, next is a rap, then it starts to bring up the tempo. Then, BOOM the synth disco music starts and all dancing. Its so fun. Even though, it is a sad song (I think).
Yeah, I’m curious about that because I have seen like every Chinese ver mv by EXO and I always see the Chinese lyrics on the screen but not when I watch the Korean or Japanese mvs. And I also by seeing the Chinese lyrics on any song that is sung in the Chinese language. So my question again is: Why do Chinese music videos have the lyrics on the screen but other music videos in any other language don’t? Someone please explain or I’ll have to Google.
Released last year, the debut single by NCT’s third subgroup or subunit, NCT Dream.
I love how catchy it is and that bubblegum sound. They all so cute when singing. I love my boi, Mark’s rap.
But the music video is another thing. On one hand, they look so cute and adorable. But gooey gum on their hands and the graphics might have what made it a little weird. But other than that I guess it was pretty okay. I still watch it anyway.
I like to sing along with the captions on the screen. It helps be say the words better. Is that so bad?
Oh, Jonghyun is so amazing. I love him!!! He is one of my favorite Korean singers and favorite male singers of all time. “She Is” is an funky R&B song that is mixed with some EDM and I’m just so in love with right now. Check it out!!