However, you catch more bees with honey than vinegar and the Korean version is just sweeter. These are just some of the lines that are said. Gray Though probably more suited to a summer release, this is easily one of if not the most complete tracks on the album. Both of their voices sound great. If you just want a one night stand, make it clear, but at least pretend a little about the situation. Will I cringe when I hear the lyrics? It may not sound like it, but I actually enjoyed the album.
Cha Cha and Gray work wonders and the features are excellent. Cha Cha Malone The combination of Jay and Cha Cha was a match made in heaven and this is the track that proves it. Jay is singing his heart out, but when you go into your skills being like Aquaman, it brings on laughs. . Personal feelings aside, if Cha Cha wants to be in the K-music world, then he needs to be treated like a K-music artist, so when he says things that can be construed as offensive, then the firing squad should come after him as hard as anyone else. It also shows that Jay can write sweet things.
Hoody, Loco This song comes in both Korean and English and the difference in the versions is jarring. Zico, Rap Monster, Taeyang, even Lee Hi and Hwasa have been put through the ringer for saying the word. To be fair, the song was pre-released and so it had time to grow an identity without being compared to the rest of the tracklist. Will I continue to play this album? You can listen to the rest of the tracks below and form your own opinions. Everything was going well until that line and there are a million other ways to express the sentiment without sounding eerily like a political candidate. Quite a few tracks on the album lean towards the latter.
Produced by Gray, who also adds some vocals, the song is the whole package: Jay and Gray sound great, the beat is killer, and the lyrics are not some half-driven attempt at being a master player. There are so many other word choices Cha Cha could have used, yet he chose this one. This is an example of Jay being lazy. The concept is a 10, the execution is a 5. He makes good music, but the lyrics are sloppy and that takes away from his talent.
As a grown man he can get away with that. The production value is what makes everything work. And no, Cha Cha does not get a pass for his lyrics either. Absolutely, but I will also hope that growth will happen. .
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