Leessang‘s Gary has done it again! Gary has released another music video following ‘Get Some Air‘, this one is named ‘JOA‘.
‘Get Some Air’ featured MIWOO and now ‘JOA’ features Jay Park and his vocals are on point!
The song ‘JOA’ is really melodic, slow, soft and gentle. Gary’s rapping really pulls the song together and the help of the amazing Jay Park’s assistance in vocals, although most fans would have killed to hear him a little more.
In the music video for ‘JOA’, It features a male protagonist who seems to have a desire for the female protagonist, you can see how things escalate from there and how it leaves nothing to the imagination. Gary also shows up in the music video in different scenes meanwhile Jay Park wasn’t able to be in it, but at least we got to hear his voice.
The video itself is very sensual and revealing and is rated “19+”.
More songs and hopefully more music videos are on the way! We cannot wait to hear ‘2002‘!
Gary also left a note to all fans saying:
“Wrapping up the [ 2002 ] full-length album promotion…
I worked on this album in the same mindset I worked on the first LEESANG album that came out in 2002.
I may have earned a lot of money and fame since then, but I wanted better music and I pushed myself harder.
On days without any official schedules, I stayed in the studio.
After changing my mind a hundred times and more…
Over the course of a year, I finally finished editing.
Rather than explaining song by song, I figured it will be better to be heard and interpreted as the listener wishes.
So for this album, I decided to break from the usual and skip the song descriptions.
A line from the track “RAP (Feat. DJ Pumkin)” that goes “No matter how hard music is, you can’t quit so easily” kept me strong & motivated while completing the album.
Keep it up, everyone!
All the best,
Koonta, SKULL, Deepflow, Jay Park, DJ Pumkin, Myung Ho, Double K, Don Mills, John Park, YOUNG JUN, Jung In, MIWOO.
I really appreciate for my colleagues’ participation for this album. Hope you love and support the music of these artists as well.”
Source: 1 The K
Edited by: Morgan Oswald