T-ara's first title track worth listening to in fucking forever comes from the "other sub-unit", Qri, Boram, and Soyeon. While the subunit is known as QBS, it's really just Soyeon and her two assistants.
The song itself it standard J-pop fare that has been coming out from the country for the past 20+ years. If you like the typical J-pop song, this song will be up your alley. For those of you that don't, this song will do nothing to change your mind.
Before the song came out, I did fear that the song would have even line distribution, which would have been a major mistake in this case. Fortunately, Soyeon sings 95% of the song so that we don't have to listen to Qri and Boram's awful singing. I honestly don't know why Kpop groups try to balance out the number of lines given to members. The members who can't sing for shit shouldn't get lines (or probably shouldn't be in the group at all...) in the first place.
The MV really no budget, but I'm sure the girls would rather spend time at a beach than to spend time with Chris Brown's black ass. They don't have to fear getting Rihanna'd by him, so it's a win-win for them.
In the end, it's just another J-pop song like the millions of others we have heard before, but at this point in time, I'll take something extremely formulaic that works than what T-ara N4 did. While T-ara N4's Countryside Life had lyrics calling out their haters, the nonsensical English and Taewoon's rap ruined what little the song had going for it. In Like The Wind, it's just a song where Soyeon sings with a few lines from Boram and Qri, sticking to what works for them instead of trying to insert shit that doesn't belong there in the first place.
T-ara is supposed to return as seven once again and release an original Japanese single before their next album. I'm not expecting much, but at the very least, it needs to be better than Bunny Style.