How to OfficiallySatisfy a Fantasy: Eric Nams InterviewWritten via Irteqa On April 4, 2016Perchance the maximum prolific and widely-recognized interviewer of foreign celebrities to South Korea and the K-entertainment scene, symphonic solo artist Eric Nam has made a comeback with the March 24th liberate of his 2d mini-album entitled Interview and featuring a remarkably aesthetic in addition playfully enticing MV for his sub-title music of the similarcallas smartly as his dreamy identify track “Good for You.”
Since his debut in 2013 with his first mini-album Cloud 9, Eric has paved a magnificently effortful trail of musicality with his quite so much of covers, duet tracks (most lately an SM Station collaboration styled “Spring Love” with Red Velvet’s Wendy), melodic singles (my favorite being “I’m OK” back in 2015), and vigorous activities as a tv host and interviewer. His re-entry into the K-pop scene as a solo artist has been enlivened because of the rhythmic efficacy, vanilla meaningfulness, and colourful cinematography encased inside of “Interview” and appeals to the youngerand creative sensibilities of K-pop fanaticswhilst catering to the overarching sensationalism of the interviewer-interviewee romance outline.
“Interview” progresses from its advent in the likeness of a work of art taking shape equally the MV is predicated heavily at thecreative substructure of every scene; imaginably as an bubblingshade palette sunglasses in every one little entity fluidly and florally, as a slice of decorated paper is folded into a unheard of shape, and as photo frames are aligned in a labyrinthine means to spell out a poignant word which in this example is “Interview”. The melody that blossoms underneath the visionary cine is an audibly comfortable correlation between the jazziness of the percussion instrumentals and delicate electronic dance beats, Erics serene vocals then make a silvery access and bringthe primary welcoming verses of “Interview.” The beautiful young lady who is being interviewed seems to beworriedyet is gained warmly by Eric’s captivating vocals and the interviewer’s meticulousness as she is asked if she is in a position toget started the interview.
The scenes following the beginning of the interview are by a long way the most aesthetically satisfying sequences I have ever observed in any MV of an analogous flavour and concept; soft-hued sticky notes of all calligraphies and designs with adorable and random messages are slathered across a steely laptopas though the interviewer is taking a in particular studious pastime in his interviewee, and his interest in the beautiful interviewee is extra accentuated by the surfing he does on social media networks in hopes of learning roughly her interests and passions. Throughout the simplistic lyrics the hook of the song is constantly reiterated thru the beginning of the interview and ensuring the interviewee is comfortable, in the meantime the interviewer himself is truthful about his own feelings; how tough he practiced to care for his calm and charming externaland what sort of he if truth be toldneeds to get to understandthe pretty interviewee earlier than him.
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It seems that as the shy and awkward interviewer makes small communicate alongside the interviewee in hopes of having to know her higher and whether or now not she reciprocates his feelings, the vibrant interludes that pop up and are sung romantically by Eric to precise the interviewer’s inner elation over how fine she looks. The interviewee is valuable to the point that she is treated as a famous person in a pseudo-film surrounding with two booms, LED lights, a clapperboard, upon a director’s chair and asked in detail about herself.
By the finish of the emotively flushed and creatively crafted MV, it emerges that the various takes that had to be performed proved a success in unearthing the fairly interviewee’s true emotions and helped her and the interviewer interact on a romantic point with a rosy having a look future. Even supposingthere's noobvious bridge, the refrain in the musicality of “Interview” and how it's miles emboldened by Eric’s soft falsetto is helping the song to stay ingrained within our minds and silkily upon our tongues; the song is fanciful, subliminally invigorating, and soft to the touch.
After co-composing and co-writing several tracks on Interview, Eric Nam was oncecapable of pour his privaterevel in with the art of interviewing and ardour for music into a stable and sensorial album. The sub-title track “Interview” is one of my most favourite musical compositions he has released; the MV is unmatchable in it’s semi-saturated splendour and with its vernal colour palate, and the plot is a relatable state of affairs that many young folkscrossvia or by some means emulate so as to get to know the only they fancy. Meanwhile the song is a poignant and playful balance between percussion instrumentals and mature electronic beats that makes it enjoyably fast paced without being confined to the obstacles of a ballad. I'deffortlesslysuggest this song to anyone!
Readers, what do you preferabsolute best about “Interview”?
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