This song is so bad that I won't play it on my radio show. And I played "The Baddest Female" on my radio show.
Indeed, YG is so damn overrated.
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This was so painful to listen to but decently fun to watch.
I made it 35 seconds in. Anyone top that… Horribbble.
I... wanted to write the exact same thing "Couldn't listen to it for more than 35 Seconds.".No joking.
I watched the whole thing.But then again, it takes a masochist like me who routinely watches/listens (to) bad MVs/songs in order to make fun of them.
This song is so bad I won't play it on Kpopalypse's radio show, and he even played "The Baddest Female."
Gooosh, the song is freaking boring.YG should go back to the old times were their music was still good and not senseless bull****.
Why is yg continuing this shitty trend of music? God fucking damn
The fame got to their dense heads. At least they may do better than Japan ever did in the last 5 years.
This song is not any worse than any other korean produced kpop song. The video concept is brilliant and there are even some pretty funny ideas. It just looks like whoever edited the damn thing was drunk. Who pukes before they even start to drink?
What does Korean-produced have to do with it? I think the consensus is that most of the best k-pop songs are by Korean producers.as for "Hangover", what a rancid song imo.
Haven't you ever woken up with a hangover and puked?
Good Lord, this song is horrible. Seriously, YG songs have been so annoyingly bad lately, and I used to love their stuff.
Much more like Snoop Dogg featuring Psy. Song was disappointing, but the video itself was fun. The best part was at the end when it said new single this summer, meaning a real Psy song to look forward to.This whole trying to be like American hiphop/rappers thing and also Americans wanting in on the kpop trend is so played out. Kpop is interesting because it's somewhat different from the usual American shit, everything doesn't need to sound the same...(dubstep breakdowns fall into this category too, everyone needs to just STOP, we don't all need to do the same thing).
HAHAHAHA OH WW!You do not understand that KPOP's success is by aping up to American Music to not be seen as creepy, sucking Japan's micro penis so they don't run outta money and recruit half breed koreans to expand their talent pool. It ain't like JPOP where you can get by with a bunch of underage girls in bathing suits doing a pathetic excuse of what you call dancing.
It's true. While everything in k-pop is indeed borrowed from American music, the interesting thing is the way it brings these borrowings together, the mad scientist integration of every imaginable manner of hook over the skeleton of 80's Latin freestyle and New Jack Swing.For me at least, it gets less interesting when the style of songwriting becomes more conventionally American.also, please, please bring back the dubstep breakdowns if it means the current trap trend will go away.
@Unknown ...what? Of course I realize Kpop mimics western music to a certain degree, that's why I said it's "SOMEWHAT different". But the Kpop take is more interesting to me, and it starts to get really boring when they sound too western(on purpose or because they are collaborating with Americans) because I hear western pop music everywhere I go. It's boring. As for the rest of what you said, I noticed a lot of the things you say here aren't even relevant to what you are replying to, and often don't make sense. You should work on that.@Lilac ...what? Why would you want more dubstep breakdowns??? And since when did they stop? Half the groups are still doing it!
Oh shit I didn't even notice you made the same joke in the title. My bad, but it's so true.
Unrelated: Bob Girls MV is out !! https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UhF63H1xRJI