I like the song. I haven't checked out the rest of the album yet, but if this song shows anything, this is a good step for idol rapping. If you have higher quality beats and people who can actually write lyrics (these two guys from Infinite didn't write any of the lyrics), the songs can become much more enjoyable. Before anyone says it, yes, they can't be considered "real" rappers since they didn't write their own rhymes. But it's much more preferable to have legitimate rappers write the lyrics for idols rather than idols writing their own raps. When idols write their own raps, you end up with shit like GD&TOP.
Onto the MV, it's gay as fuck. Seriously, a fruitcake from San Francisco would have a hard time watching this MV because it's that gay. The girl they picked to be in the MV isn't very good looking. Maybe Woollim thought people would be distracted by that awful pink hair and the terrible clothing, but no, I noticed that they picked a random girl off the street to be in the MV. Shame on you, Woollim.