Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 8/1 – 8/7

Best of Weekly Tune Shows: 8/1 – 8/7

20160808_seoulbeats_taeminPerfect of Weekly Song Shows: 8/1 8/7Written via Elaine On August 9, 2016Welcome back to some other week of music shows! Globally, this week marks the outlet of the 2016 Rio Olympics, which featured a good deal of large-scale performances which areimpressive to watch. Unfortunately, this implies things were slightly quiet this week at the music shows side, as many corporationshang back from selling their teamsthroughoutthis duration of time to steer transparent of the Olympic hubbub. However, we did get the comebacks of Hyuna and Oh My Girl, in addition the subunit debut of Nine Muses A.  The primaryputs of music shows were principally swept by GFriend this week, with the exception of Music Bank, which was once won by the Wonder Girls. Without additional ado, here are one of the most highlights of the week!

Hyuna’s “How’s This?”, SBS Inkigayo, August 7, 2016

While I’m now nota gigantic fan of the song itself, Hyuna never fails to provoke alongside her are living performances. Given the club music sound either the track and the music video were going for, the stages of “How’s This?” necessarily recreate this surroundings with the strobe lighting and flashy outfits, even though the latter is more of a gamble with her lives thus far featuring a combine ofexcellent styling (such as this stage) and bad ones (such as the Music Core ones). The choreography would not deviate a long way from clubbing taste every bit well, being less of a complex regimen and more of a justgo your frame to the rhythm dance, yet Hyuna manages to captivate while appearing it, making “How’s This?” more of an exciting scout than listen.

Taemin’s “Goodbye,” KBS Music Bank, August 5, 2016

Taemin is back on music shows for a week to accomplish the Korean edition of his new Easternfree up “Goodbye,” and it’s a great thing he did as audiencewould most likely not accept had the riskto observe the masterpiece this is his functionality otherwise. The song is a ballad infused with electronic elements, and the choreography does a very goodprocess of representing the music with the fluidity of the dance which then gradually introduces stronger, sharper movements. Taemin also not simplestplays IT with a degree of precision that's to be expected of his skills, yet as well impressive passion, living up to his popularity as a skilled performer.

Nine Muses A’s “Lip 2 Lip,” MBC Show! Music Core, August 6, 2016

Nine Muses never to fail to bring catchy songs, and the debut track in their new unit, Nine Muses A, isn't an exception. Granted, I’m not moderatelycertain what the point of the unit is, making an allowance for “Lip 2 Lip” doesn’t deviate much from the standardvariety of Nine Muses music or image-wise, but the choice of individuals performing it for sure does deliver. Nine Muses A put across the sexiness and femininity of the concept that with ease, and the styling also emphasizes their model-like beauty. I also like the eye to color scheme of the stage, in the matching of it to the song.

GFriend’s “Navillera,” KBS Music Bank, August 5, 2016

GFriend’s stages will never be not appealing to watch; even supposing they’ve toned down the intensity of the dancing in this comeback, the more intricate main points of the choreography and the group’s amazing synchronisation at all times make their performances noteworthy. I also respect Yuju’s scuffling with spirit this week – it’s impressive that she’s performing with a damaged arm without a hitch, and more so when youbelieve that the performance for “Navillera” is comparatively gesture heavy, which means that Yuju is still popping with her injured arm. That being said, here’s hoping that the gang ends promotions soon in order that the members have time to recover.

Bada Lee Hongki Ailee’s “Butterfly Victory,” KBS Music Bank, August 5, 2016

With the Olympics airing this week, Music Bank chose to celebrate this internationaltournament by inviting 3widely recognized talented vocalists to carry outa sequence of Olympic-themed songs in their Rio Olympics special. Bada and Lee Hongki, with their more mellow vocals colours, carried out the motivational and in massive part hopeful “Butterfly,” and while the 2 are an not going combo, their voices meld in combinationstrangelyneatly to create their modern duet. Meanwhile, Ailee played the more using and impassioned English song “Victory.” Whilst her tough vocals are a greatare compatible for the song on its own, her self assurance adds to the performance, making her level a refreshing watch.

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