Latest K-Pop Songs

Last week gave one fiery comeback after another in the K-Pop world. With EXO making their much-awaited group comeback with Don’t Fight The Feeling, to KARD BM’s solo release Broken Me, there was something for the fans, both old and new. We had the debut of a new boy group EPEX with the song Lockdown, and also the girl group Lightsum who gave us the cheerful and cute song Vanilla. Let’s take a look at the latest K-Pop songs from the week!

Latest K-Pop Songs

EXO – Don’t Fight The Feeling

EXO return on June 7 2021 with Don’t Fight The Feeling was no less than a celebration for the fans. The title track is an energetic dance number that will get one’s feet tapping instantly. The song also features a catchy chorus with the repetition of ‘Don’t Fight The Feeling’. Baekhyun’s adlibs and Sehun’s rap are a thing to look out for in the song.

Listen and download this track on: Spotify | iTunes

 

N.Flying – Moonshot

A track with alternate beats and jazzy music, Moonshot by N.Flying is an inspiring song. The band showcases their stellar vocals with falsettos. The electric guitar blends seamlessly in the background and leads that extra touch of power to the track.

Listen and download this track on: Spotify

 

HA SUNG WOON – Sneakers

Do you like your sneakers? Do they have a special story attached? If either of the questions has ‘yes’ as an answer, then Ha Sung Woon’s Sneakers is a track to look out for. A track that is like an ode to the pair of sneakers that help him go anywhere, Sneakers is a cheerful listen. The natured induced scenes in the music video add that special touch of nostalgia to it. The upbeat vocals come after a smooth and balanced bridge and pre-chorus.

Listen and download this track on: Spotify | iTunes

 

EPEX – Lock Down

One of the most anticipated debuts of 2021, EPEX finally made their debut with Lockdown. The song speaks about the lockdown and the feeling of uneasiness and discomfort that it brought along. The group uses hip-hop and rap to express their anger and frustration. Picking moments from life during lockdown, EPEX delivered a stellar performance with their debut song.

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KARD BM – BROKEN ME

BM of KARD delivers an anthem with Broken Me. The rapper-singer delivers a stellar performance with his latest solo song. Broken Me is a powerful number with equally powerful lyrics that speak about one’s inner struggle with the darkness.

Listen and download this track on: Spotify | iTunes

 

WEi – BYE BYE BYE

WEi’s BYE BYE BYE is a fun tropical themed track. The chorus features, no points for guessing, “BYE BYE BYE” which is an earworm. The sextet delivers a fun foot-tapping song with their latest comeback.

Listen and download this track on: Spotify

 

HOYA – Stay With Me

Hoya’s solo digital album Stay With Me is an R&B album through and through. The tracks are an ode to the love that is lost. Stay With Me is a call from a heartbroken man to the woman who left him. The mellow piano instrumentals, along with the black and white imagery in the music video add that extra bit of sadness that resonates from the lyrics.

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LIGHTSUM – Vanilla

CUBE Ent’s newest girl group LIGHTSUM delivers a cute and cheerful performance with Vanilla. The song features a synth-based chorus followed by a rap section that breaks the image of the song being just a bubblegum pop song. If not a sugar high, the song will give you an intense craving for some dessert after watching the music video.

Listen and download this track on: Spotify | iTunes

 

TWICE – Alcohol-Free

If you want to get drunk on vibrant visuals and themes of summer, then TWICE’s Alcohol-Free is the song for you. The song draws inspiration from cosy and laid-back acoustic Latin music tunes in the chorus. The title might say alcohol-free, but the song will leave you drunk on the funky visuals and the group’s sweet charms.

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Woo Jin Young – Happy Birthday

A track that answers back to everyone and celebrates the rebirth of a person, Happy Birthday is laced with hip-hop beats. Woo Jin Young’s solo debut is a stellar showcase of his rapping skills and performance. The song is a diss track, to say the least, but we are not complaining.

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Hyunseong [BOYFRIEND] – Baby, I

A happy song about love confession, Baby, I is a sugary sweet track. Hyunseong did not release a music video for the song, but the song is enough to create those romantic imageries in one’s minds. The acoustic guitar and lazy jazzy beats compliment the mood of the song.

Listen and download this track on: Spotify 

 

24K – Welcome to The MAINSTREET

The group made a comeback with an upbeat track. The song is replete with references to New York City in the US. If you want to put a soundtrack to your travel to NYC, then this track is your answer. Welcome to the Mainstreet is a fun, joyous track with a simple choreography that will make you get up and dance!

Listen and download this track on: Spotify | iTunes

 

Which of these latest K-Pop songs is your favourite? Tell us in the comments below!

Written by

Nandini Iyengar

An aspiring translator and a writer!