Eat Your Kimchi Reviews B.A.P’s "Warrior"
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This week for Music Monday, Simon and Martina reviewed B.A.P‘s “Warrior” music video.
They thought that the group didn’t look like a rookie group as they were really comfortable in front of the camera and working together. Having a powerful, non cute boy, concept helped a lot as well.
While they usually think that random rapping in K-Pop songs doesn’t really fit in, the reverse was true for this time. The group is really good at rapping, but a singing part near the end did not fit too well with the rest of the song’s style.
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What did you think of B.A.P’s debut song? Were you impressed as well?
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