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[MV & Album Review] B.A.P – 'BLUE / Honeymoon'
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[MV & Album Review] B.A.P – 'BLUE / Honeymoon'

B.A.P continues their color series (started with 'Noir,' and then 'Rose') with their 7th single album 'Blue.'  The boys have been busy, with a worldwide tour, Daehyun's and Jongup's solo debuts, not to mention Daehyun's role in the musical 'Napoleon.' And now they're back with 3 brand new tracks, including the title track "Honeymoon."

"HONEYMOON" is a slow burn, it takes a bit before it really reaches critical mass. It starts out with Himchan's smooth delivery. The parts are passed to each member, who handle things competently enough, I think it's the melody that really propels the song. But after Zelo lays down his rhymes, that's when the song turns amazing (I was liking it but not loving it until then). Jongup and Daehyun take up the chorus afterward and their voices soar. An exhilarating song overall.

B.A.P Goes on an Exhilarating “Honeymoon” in Blue Album
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B.A.P Goes on an Exhilarating “Honeymoon” in Blue Album

As the continuation to their album color series, B.A.P came back with their 7th single album Blue with the title track “Honeymoon.” This comeback has shown another side to B.A.P as a group known for their versatility and experimentation of various styles, while still maintaining their powerful ways of delivering a message.

In contrast to their last album Rose and the title track “Wake Me Up,” Blue gives us an uplifting outlook on B.A.P. There’s a theme of freedom to be yourself and the willingness to move forward no matter what hits you. This upbeat and positive theme is a bit different from previous songs like “Crash” and “Feel So Good.” Rather, B.A.P. are conveying a message that is closer to the message in songs like “Young, Wild and Free.” It’s uplifting, but also nostalgic. If the speculation that Blue is the last of their colors series is true, then they’ve given us a perfect ending to the trilogy (Noir, Rose, Blue).

[MV & Album Review] TEEN TOP - 'High Five / Love Is'
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[MV & Album Review] TEEN TOP - 'High Five / Love Is'

TEEN TOP comes back as a quintet to give their fans a 'High Five.' Joe.L's departure was an emotional affair for the band, but they pulled it together for a 2017 comeback. Not only that, but they offer up 11 tracks for your perusal. 

"Origin," like 99% of intro tunes, has echoes of the title track. Specifically Niel's falsetto. The rest is some odd electronic mashup that I'm guessing was meant to sound somewhat romantic. It's okay as intro tracks go, but hardly the highlight of the album.

[MV & Album Review] Minzy - 'Minzy Work 01 Uno / Ninano'
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[MV & Album Review] Minzy - 'Minzy Work 01 Uno / Ninano'

MINZY -- MINZY WORK 01. "UNO"

4. Flashlight (Feat. Jay Park)

6. Ninano (English Rap Ver.) (Feat. Flowsik)

After leaving 2NE1 / YG and joining Music Works, Minzy's been hard at work on her solo album 'UNO.' Here she teams up with rapper Flowsik and singer/actor/producer Jay Park to bring you 6 tracks on her very first solo outing. To further showcase her talent, she wrote the lyrics to all of these herself (though Jay Park and Flowsik had a hand in the songs they feature on).

[MV & Album Review] IU - 'Palette'
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[MV & Album Review] IU - 'Palette'

2. Palette (feat. G-Dragon)

4. Can't Love You Anymore (feat. Oh Hyuk)

After her turn in the hit drama 'Scarlet Heart Ryeo,' IU has dropped her new LP 'Palette!' Her fourth full-length album features 10 tracks in all, with lyrics written by IU herself. She also gets some help from Kim Eana ("Red Shoes") on "Dear Name" and Sam Kim on "Ending Scene." Oh Hyuk and G-Dragon lend their voices to a couple tracks as well. The pre-release tracks "Jam Jam" and "Through the Night" round out the tracklist.