SUNMI – WARNING Album First Listen + Review

After finally listening to “Siren” my excitement for Warning has grown exponentially. Since the release of “Gashina” I’ve been wanting an album. When “Heroine” was released I wanted an album. Now, we finally get one, albeit only small. I’m not too sure how the album’s going to relate to those two earlier releases – I’m assuming they’ll be cohesive considering they’re both on this album. Oh, I’m just so excited to listen to it!

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LOONA – “Hi High” MV

I have never reviewed LOONA on this blog before so I’m very excited for both this MV but also the album. I’m not going to lie and say I know the members names or their entire back catalogue but there have been some really good releases I’ve been able to catch from their units pre-debut. I also really enjoy their concept as a group and how the members have all slowly been drip-fed to us.

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RED VELVET – SUMMER MAGIC Album First Listen + Review

Due to the sound of “Power Up”, I’m automatically assuming this album is going to be based on their more pop-based sound. I don’t really have a problem with it considering the bonus track is “Bad Boy – english ver” which must be a gift sent from my own personal Jesus – this song is my jam! I’m interested to see what their songs will be like as a collective as well with the seemingly totally different vibes of “Power Up” to “Bad Boy”, I’m interested in how they’re going to make them relate.

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RED VELVET – “Power Up” MV

I’m a little all over the place when it comes to RED VELVET. On one hand, I love some of their stuff but on the other I have no opinion to the rest of it – mostly their B-sides. In saying that, I’m a ‘new to girl groups’ kinda girl. I come from a history of only following boy groups to broadening my K-Pop intake by paying attention to girl group releases. But RV tends to be one of the groups I really pay attention to due to their more R&B releases (Bad Boy, PeekABoo, Dumb Dumb and Automatic are some of my favourites). This doesn’t take away from their lighter more pop-sounding songs (Rookie, Russian Roulette and Red Flavour) which tend to be bangers that grow on me in a massive way.

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