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  • 2019.2.12
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    ☆ 'Dalla Dalla' is a newly produced 'Fusion Groove' track that breaks the existing K-pop format and creates a unique combination with five members of a special personality. EDM, house and hip-hop are well mixed in this song.

    The lyrics are about respecting and loving 'I' which stands at the center of the world, and aim at the tastes of the individualities of this era in search of reason for existence and meaning.

    It has sounds and messages that will satisfy the public's expectation of 'Teen Crush', 'Girl Crush'.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆ A dark hip-hop song reminiscent of 'Gangsta Shit' spoken in western American hip-hop in the 2000s. Singer Song Chang-sik's "Why do you call me" was sampled sensibly.

    It was titled 'Spine Breaker' which means expensive padding will take away your parents' backbone.

    BTS stands in the middle of the line, sometimes witty and sometimes straightforwardly representing the minds of students and their parents.

    The lyrics, which seem to be a glimpse into a teenager's heart, catch their ears.

    It is a song that highlights the charming bass voice of V (V) and the flow of Rap Monster, which is reminiscent of Snoop Dogg.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆It is a trendy Urban hip-hop song with minimal rhythm and neat instrument composition.

    They honestly told their stories as idols.

    "I want to be with my loved ones even if it's just one day," the song says.

    Just like teenagers and boys in their 20s, their cute desire to walk hand in hand and talk makes listeners smile.

    You can appreciate the mournful voice of the BTS vocal line, which has been hidden in the intense beat.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆BTS tried the dialect rap part of "Paldo Gangsan" from first mini album [O!RUL8,2?] again.

    They combined sophisticated urban hip-hop melodies with savory dialects to create a unique feel.

    Rap Monster, who has always performed a heavy rap, has challenged vocal this time. Unexpectedly, he shows off his unexpected charm with a sweet voice.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆The title track of the mini-album [Skool Luv Affair].

    Producer Pdogg, who have been working together since BTS's debut album, composer Bang Si-hyuk, members of BTS Rap Monster and SUGA, worked together.

    Combining intense rock sounds and rough hip-hop drums, the song has completed a unique charm sound.

    In order to create a rocking feeling, he put a lot of effort into the recording process by recruiting a guitarist from the U.K.

    BTS reinterpreted 'OLD SCHOOL HIPHOP', which debuted in the 1980s and enjoyed great popularity among hip-hop musicians, Run D.M.C.

    The song has the charm of running nonstop from start to finish, making the whole body flutter.

    Like the last album, the members participated in the song and expressed their honest thoughts in their own language. The reckless confession that I will not give up even if you don't know my heart and run towards you to the end contains pure ambition.

    Also, you can feel the freshness of a teenage boy through lyrics like 'I think I would go well if I could go to college with you."
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆ A track that captivates the ears with a brilliant piano performance.

    Recurring acoustic sources with 'Cut & Paste' technique, it reminds us of hip-hop sounds sampled from Old School Soul Music.

    Only the vocal lines (Jin, Jimin, V, and Jungkook) from BTS participated in this track. "It was a little awkward at first, but now I want to give it all," he said, expressing his gratitude and love for his fans.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆It is a song that combines American producer JERMAIN DUPRI-style Old School HIPHOP with NEWE SCHOOL.

    It was originally produced by SUGA and Rap Monster in 2010, who were trainees at that time, and now newly arranged and recorded in the BTS 7-member version.

    SUGA produced the song himself and showed off its beat-making skills. The unique composition stands out, with the old school beat naturally turning into a dubstep beat.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆The second cypher following "BTS Cypher Pt.1" from the last record.

    On top of the sound based on traditional '90s Eastern hip-hop, an oriental-colored beat is placed.

    The beat, which had been running excitedly, suddenly turned into a beat reminiscent of the British Drum & Bass genre, giving it a different kind of fun.

    You can get a glimpse of BTS's honest feelings as he struggles to find a cross between hip-hop and idol groups.

    He also approaches his fans with more sincere music by expressing his thoughts on what he experienced before and after his debut.

    Rap Monster, SUGA, and j-hope present different levels of rap with their sensual language play and rhyme.
  • 2014.2.12
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    ☆ Suga wrote the song when he was a trainee ahead of his debut.

    He was in charge of producing this album himself.

    The rhythm source using groove and noise given by the cut voice sample is exquisitely matched.

    A static piano performance was added to complete the dreamy atmosphere.

    It maximizes the tension of the song with a pounding that seems to be running toward the high ground and a guitar performance that explodes at the end.

    BTS talks about the heavy approaching responsibility of life after turning 20s.
  • 2020.2.12
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    ☆ With the boldness of the INTRO, the captivating VERSE, the intense HOOK, and the dreamy BRIDGE.
    By developing delicately composed songs, Pentagon completed the main theme of "Dr. Bebe", "Love, Fall, Hurt and Crazy"" in a more diverse way. The audience can discover a more mature version of the Pentagon.
  • 2017.2.13
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    ☆ The title track 'Spring Day's popular melodies spans generations and presents the ever-expanding music world of BTS.

    The lyrics, which include the personal experiences of Rap Monster and Sugar, contain a warm message that they will not lose hope while waiting for a meeting with a distant friend.

    Rap Monster, in particular, took the initiative in producing the title track for the first time, composing the main melody of the song.
  • 2019.2.13
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    ☆ Trap beats with elements of tropical were added with unique guitar riffs and organ to make this song trendy.

    Hwasa's attractive melody line and addictive chorus are impressive.

    The lyrics are fresh, describing herself as "stupid" who can't be with a man who only looks at her and gives her everything.
  • 2017.2.13
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    ☆ The song is the Moombathon Stadium Dance Music, which has once again put the sound of Moombathon at the front, following the title track 'WINGS' which made a big splash in the last album.

    If 'Blood Sweat & Tears' was an Easy Listening line, 'Not Today' is a more powerful and energetic sound than 'Fire'.

    Along with the stimulating Brass Synth Drop, the rap part borrows from the 80s and 90s Euro Dance Bass style to show off BTS's unique and refined sound.

    The title of the song and repeated in the main lyrics, 'Not Today' got the idea from the line "But it is not this day. This day we fight", the pre-corus part, 'Day we will live' is one of the most famous speeches of Martin Luther King.
  • 2020.2.15
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    ☆ Kim Pil, an attractive-voiced singer, is participating in the sixth OST of JTBC drama [Itaewon Class], which is being reborn as a great drama from a great webtoon, adding to expectations.

    Itaewon Class OST Part. 6, which Kim Pil participated in, is a pop ballad that depicts Saeroi (Park Seo-joon)'s sleepless night hidden in firmness with lyrical melodies.
  • 2021.2.15
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    Along with the R&B pop-trap sound that unfolds with the introduction of a strong fuzz guitar, the song expresses the excitement and overwhelming energy of the moment when the pedal is pressed forward.

    The straight lyrics of the chorus part, leading to "Get out of my way-ah! / I'll show you how I like it," and the relentless Attic imprint on the confidence and irreplaceable presence of an independent and energetic solo artist.