Another week, another group of songs that have wormed their way into our heads.
You know those songs that make you feel like you can run through a brick wall? They’re awesome, and I think this is one of those songs that just lights that fire inside you. And it’s also kind of cool that Mikasa is the artwork they used. 😛
Here I was just minding my own business on Spotify and then BAM! This song came on, and I instantly fell in love with it. For me, some songs require a few listens for me to determine if I really like it or not, but not this one. All it took was one listen~
This video was shot before Sergei Polunin nuked his career, but disregarding that, this was something. In addition to Hozier’s powerful vocals, the video has plenty of symbolism, which makes it infinitely more interesting to watch.
I stumbled upon this song by chance, but I’m glad that I did, because I’m loving it. The original version was pretty good, but this edit takes the song to another level. Considering the disparity in the views between the original version (12k) and this version (557k), I think it’s safe to say that I’m not the only person who believes that.
It’s simple, if I see Irene, I like it. Just in time for summer, Red Velvet is back, and since they’re currently my favorite Kpop group, it’s very nice to see them again. “Zimzalabim” is a magical word similar to abracadabra, so watch them work their magic~
Me and love songs are like this *crosses fingers to show you*. Rita Ora is someone I’ve largely ignored, but this is one I can’t help but like. What I don’t like, however, is the creepy blinking in the video. I’d advise just doing something in another tab as it plays. 😛
I’d be lying if I said I regularly looked up the lyrics to these Kpop songs, so as long as they sound good to me, I just assume the lyrics are good as well. Fortunately, Thanks has some solid lyrics, so I consider this song a winner.
In case you missed it, here’s last week’s installment~