As you can see from my featured image – this album made me emotional in a lot of ways, as GOT7 albums have done for the last year and a half.
What I love about this album is how knee-deep these boys are in the song writing and production of each and every song. When you compare it to their earlier albums we can all see how much better they are NOW.
So my boys came back and I’m so excited! To be honest, I was very scared for the overall sound of the song as it did seem more electronic based, which isn’t my favourite genre for them, but I was very happy with the way it sounded.
The visuals were amazing, a few members really stood out vocally and I’m just a very overwhelmed AHGASE over this song.
From the amazing success of “Love Scenario” still creating ripples in Korea and worldwide, I was very interested in what this song was going to sound like. I wasn’t sure if it was going to be linked closely to Return or it would sound better as a stand alone song.
I also love watching these boys dance – they’re so amazing at it and I feel like they don’t get enough recognition for their choreography.
Out of the two songs Hoseok released for Hope World this one was the one I was looking forward to the most. There was just something about it aesthetically and lyrically that I was really looking forward to seeing (from what I had seen on Twitter).
K-Pop has a lot to be proud of so far in 2018 – and it’s only been three months!! A lot of that credit really does need to go to SM Entertainment and the wonders that are NCT and all their units. I do have one more NCT reaction to do (“Touch”) so I will be posting that over the next week, but mark my words – NCT DIDN’T COME TO PLAY WITH ANYONE!!!
The world has been waiting for Hoseok’s mixtape to finally drop and I know we are ALL extremely excited and thankful that it was. I am overly biased of Hoseok and all the BTS boys but that doesn’t excuse how pumped I was to finally see the first of his two MVs.