Rundown: Beomhan, ICHILLIN’, Yugyeom, Super Junior L.S.S., YOUNG POSSE, P1Harmony, more

Not a ton released recently that I could get excited about, but it’s not often a debut can steal the show, and Beomham certainly managed that.


Ryu Sujeong (Lovelyz) (Feat. XYLO) – “SHXT”

Missed this the last time around. Wish the hooks/melodies weren’t so understated, but it has a decent groove to it.


Beomhan – “Me Myself & I”

Was gonna say it was very difficult to get through, but he has already admitted as much and has since released a version of it on mute.

Look, a lot of debuts are cringe, and I dunno how his music career is gonna evolve from here, but him handling things this way has certainly made him more likeable. I got a good chuckle out of it and I’ll remember him, which is more than I can say for many others.


Yugyeom (GOT7) – “LA SOL MI”

Light and simple bossa nova track with some bassier sections for a bit of a twist. If you like his voice, it could work for you, which is about as positive as this Rundown gets.


Super Junior L.S.S. – “C’mon”

Honestly thought this was bordering on being potentially fun until the chorus hit. Sometimes I get these type of drop choices, as they serve as a convenient dance break or a trendy hook attempt, but in an unserious fun song like this? Just why.


YOUNG POSSE (Feat. Verbal Jint, NSW Yoon, Token) – “YOUNG POSSE UP”

Yes, I was surprised at the featurings with hip-hop bonafides. No, I don’t know how they got them on the track. Anyway, I respect the ambition here, but one thing you don’t want from a big collab is the listener thinking the song had potential if it was just the featured artists without you.



The instrumental reminded me of Lean Back in sections, which is a great place to start, but I just wish it had the same kind of hook. Still, maybe the best of the bunch here.


EPEX – “Graduation Day”

I assume the intent here was for this to become a graduation anthem, but as a song there’s not much to it. Anyway, whenever I do need that wistful, nostalgic mood set, I just watch and listen to Sotsugyou Soshite Mirai E.


P1Harmony – “Killin’ It”

The hip-hop part of the hip-hop focused track is pretty good (in the idol context, as always), but it’s centered around a grating chorus that I’ll probably do my best to forget.


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