This week in Korean music we saw several comes backs and even an American debut from a veteran KPop group. With so much music out this week, check out the reviews below and watch the music videos for yourself.
Lyn (featuring Leo from VIXX) – Blossom Tears
After teaser photos and speculation from Starlight’s everywhere it was revealed that Lyn would be singing with Leo (from VIXX) with the ballad “Blossom Tears. ” The music video itself is a story of love and destiny. I don’t want to ruin the story line for you but it is well worth a view. Musically I was unsure how well Lyn and Leo would sound together I am a fan both of them; but it was unexpectedly nice and yet sad at the same time.
Kim Greem – Summer Night
The title of Kim Greem’s single “Summer Night ” tells you a lot about the sound of the song itself. It is summer night with a tropical feel that completely matches the vocals and guitar of the lovely Kim Greem. The music video is a series of BTS shots recording in the studio, getting her hair done, writing in her journal, and taking photos with her non flashing camera. So sit back relax and enjoy the next 3 minutes and 39 seconds.
San E (featuring Bumkey) – Body Language
San E takes a turn at the controls and investigates the art of non verbal communication in his newest single “Body Language“, featuring Bumkey. With the sound out of 2007, this is a treat for all of us that enjoy Korean hip hop and rap. The music video received a 19 + rating but the song is too good to miss.
Check out just the song below.
Hwayobi (featuring WuTan)– Closer
This song doesn’t have a music video so it is a complete feast for your ears. Hwayobi’s “Closer” is a funky R&B song that blends Hwayobi’s vocals with Wutan’s smooth raps to create this awesome track. Sound wise, it reminds me of a song by Jill Scott or Lena Park .
SPICA – I Did It
The lovely ladies of SPICA made their American debut with their single “I Did It”. The music video and lyrics talk about the importance or being true to yourself and independence. The music video is simple yet sophisticated and the girls show off their choreography skills on a simple red, black, white color scheme.
Ladies’ Code – Kiss Kiss
Ladies’ Code have returned with their second digital release “Kiss Kiss”. The music video is pure Ladies Code, from the sound to the look of the music video, it is them. The song has a strong disco sound that is easy to dance to with a music video that is funny, fast paced and super colorful.
As always we want to know what you think. Have you seen all the music videos? What do you think? Which ones are your favorites? Let us know in the comments below and stay tuned to Officially KMusic for more music related news and weekly recaps of all the things you might’ve missed.
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