This week features some exhilarating rap music, to energize your mind with an impulse of zeal, elation, and spark. The latest K-HipHop songs, K-R&B, and Indie releases include pH-1, BIBI, Yenjamin, SGO, and many more. In addition to this are, rapper NO:EL’s comeback after many controversies and a heart-stirring collaboration of eAeon and RM of BTS. What’s more, are the latest K-R&B songs this week that will surely mark a permanent place in your playlist for going on dates.

Please note: Some songs are not yet available on Spotify or iTunes India.

 

eAeon- Don’t (feat. RM)

Don’t is the title track of eAeon’s new album Fragile. The song can be described as expressing the vulnerability you experience after drifting apart from your loved ones. BTS’ RM contributed a lot to the track with his lyricism and vocals. The lyrics comfort and embrace you for what’s coming by promulgating self-growth. A calming inspiration that seems like a walk through the storm following a warm-lit lantern at a distance, is the perfect way to describe this song. The two have also previously collaborated on badbye for RM’s mixtape mono.

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pH-1- 365&7 (Feat. JAMIE)

This amazing rap art is like the subtle smiles in the corner of a tight mouth. The sweet cherry seasoned on a cake for the person that is tired looking at the clock waiting for the right time to call his lover. A happy overjoyed mind which is full of her thoughts gives him the functioning energy ‘365 & 7 days a week’. This song might remind you of the waiting period when despite the obvious feelings, official words were yet to confirm your relationship.

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BIBI- BAD SAD AND MAD

BIBI’s new release narrates the inchoate feelings in the presence of someone that possesses the capability to completely read your mind and wash away your dirty self. It speaks about that intoxicating addiction you feel to someone that calls your human self from within completely exposed, a personality that’s hidden from the world.

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NO:EL- Ride or Die

Rapper NO:EL made a heart-throbbing comeback after an unfortunate scandal with this ecstatic rap project, and this time the standard has been set high with his amazing rap style. In addition, where K-Pop Idols and actors suffer the loss of fanbase and are subjected to a lot of scrutinies, hip-hop doesn’t mark an exception to this either. It is commendable that his fanbase still holds the power to support and witness such a significant comeback in the tensest time worldwide.

The song describes the pain and loss of the loved one, that renders someone intoxicated with misery all day. The song describes that “the drugs, painkillers or alcohol, nothing is more addictive than that someone I wish to ride and die with; Even after drowning myself in these all day, I still feel low.”

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Oceanfromtheblue – Heaven

The song is an epilogue to the romance in the ’20s, the lyrical rap along with the beats converge at the slow chorus. The hip-hop and vocals render a soothing touch to the ears. Without in-depth meaning, to the lyrics, the song is light and fun to listen to. One might save it for long drives and car rides.

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Riot x MUSHVENOM- Awesome

Awesome is a light mind track amidst the latest k-HipHop songs, which has some old school one-of-a-kind rap style. The witty lyricism with absolutely amazing animation steals the heart with its ancient Korean language script. It might confuse someone whether to laugh or be amazed by Mushvenom’s witty rap.

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Yenjamin- Burrito(Feat. Soovi)

Burrito preserves the treasured memories of the past, the picturesque memories that can be painted on a canvas. The beginning sound of the synthesizer is like the upbeat version of V’s singularity but not like a drop but rather at an energizing pace. The rap slips through the music like butter on soothing vocals. The latest K-HipHop songs are so versatile like this piece is a time travel, which has an essence of archaic artistry.

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Sin YeYoung- Don’t Apologize

Don’t Apologize is full bloom in the heart of listeners. The piano rhythms as if it is tracing the footsteps of our beating hearts. The song is about a heartbreaking story announcing the separation and depicting what’s left after a break-up: the morosity, regret, and anything but love. In ‘Why Break Up’ Sin Yeyoung struck hearts with her peculiar sad vocals by expressing the anxiety that follows a break-up. The song portrays much more appealing feelings that take birth after giving up love.

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SGO- You Are so beautiful

The song was born to re-interpret the new wave of pounding to a crush. The scent of the spring season reminisces over all the polyrhythmic vocals. The sunshine memories that illuminate the present and tomorrow. The song reminds us of the beautiful love with motley colors and spectrum of sweet flavors. Slowly the song transforms to the race of life and the distant feelings still beating like a drum in the heart.

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Let us know which ones made it to your most cherished playlist in the comments.