July has been a busy month for K-Pop comebacks as even idols who haven’t been active for quite a while such as SeungRi (BIGBANG) and KyungRi (Nine Muses)have released new contents for fans.
Rapper Jessi’s comeback was also one of the most notable one as her new song ‘Down’, along with the steamy MV for it, pushed the boundaries of K-Pop as it challenged the norms among South Korean society. And speaking of pushing boundaries, Holland, K-Pop’s first openly gay artist also released ‘I’m Not Afraid’ in July as well.
Below is our top three best K-Pop comebacks for July 2018.
Top 3 Best K-Pop Comebacks Of July 2018
HyoLyn – See Sea
This comeback is the most perfect transition for her to carry on her current hype after releasing ‘Dally’ back in April. See Sea is an addictive tropical house tune that infuses elements retro synth pop. And as always, her choreography and styling is both absolutely stunningly sexy and breath-taking. The MV naturally takes place at the beach and really boasts amazing scenes laced with summer colors, making you want to buy a plane ticket to Los Angeles straight away. HyoLyn is one of our favorite artists that we are keeping a close watch on as she promises a solo career with so much potential.
TWICE – Dance The Night Away
TWICE have definitely killed it again with this by doing what they’re best at in the scene, which is bubblegum K-Pop. In fact, Billboard has praised the JYP Entertainment girl group for making bubblegum K-Pop work in not just South Korea but for the US audience as well. Since this is TWICE and JYP Entertainment, we were obviously not going to be let down in terms of the MV quality and the general concept. And we just can’t seem to get the brass drop in the chorus out of our heads.
Mamamoo – Egotistic
As always, Mamamoo’s latest comeback single ‘Egotistic’ is a bop for sure. We have to say that their vocals and song style really have great chemistry with classical guitar instrumentation as we were reminded of ‘Starry Night’ in some parts of the song. In addition, ‘Egotistic’ has a much more US pop influenced sound that could easily drive a crowd wild in an arena.
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