Samuel has released his repackaged second mini-album ‘Teenager‘, along with the title track of the same name.
The album ‘Teenager‘ includes a total of eight tracks, two new tracks and six songs that were originally released on his second mini-album ‘ONE‘.
The title track ‘Teenager‘ has a distinct pop feel to it, which is what most of Samuel’s releases to date have been. However, the difference on this track is the addition of ‘High School Rapper 2‘ runner-up Lee Rohan (also known as Webster B), with the addition of his vocal, the track has a deeper tone to it and the interplay between the vocals of the two take the song to the next level.
The song is an angst-ridden reflection on the feelings of teenagers living in today’s society. It contains a strong message of being true to yourself. It was composed by Brave Brothers.
The new, more grown-up concept that Samuel has adopted for this comeback is a welcome addition to the feel for this track.
Watch Samuel in the MV for ‘Teenager’
There has also been a choreography practice video for the track released. In the new video, Samuel proves his dancing talent by pulling off the powerful choreography for his song. Supported by a team of dancers, he manages to show off his graceful yet strong moves together with his team of dancers, which are reflective of the content of the song.
Watch Samuel’s choreography practice video for ‘Teenager’
What do you think of the song and music video for ‘Teenager’? Do you like the more grown-up image that Samuel has adopted? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.
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Written and edited by Narelle
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