NU’EST W have made a successful comeback with the release of their comeback album ‘Who, You’ and the title track ‘Dejavu’.
‘Dejavu’ is a Latin inspired pop dance track. The tone for the track is set right at the beginning with the picking of a guitar that leads into a strong and funky bass line which drives the song.
The production of the track is clean and lean, especially as it heads into the chorus. It allows a more nuanced and subtle performance from the group which highlights the strength of their vocals.
The accompanying music video is sweeping and cinematic in feel. It is full of mysterious imagery, including a goat, a young princess, video cameras and a compass that changes the directional markers into the members’ initials.
There are also several moments of ‘Dejavu’ with references to earlier NU’EST MVs. Baekho wears traditional clothing and carries a sword much the same as he did in the group’s introductory video in 2012. There was also the bathtub which was featured in the MV for ‘Hello’ in 2013.
The choreography from all the members is beautiful and smooth both when they perform together and in their individual dance moments.
Check out NU’EST W ‘Dejavu’
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Written and edited by Narelle
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