Puretty’s debut “Cheki Love” flopped harder than all of 4minute’s Japanese releases.
Not necessarily mindblowing, but cements their identity as a group in Kpop.
With the release of second single “Minimanimo”, I find myself running to them with arms wide open.
With their single “Sweet Dream” they have provided a master class on how to rap, be relevant, and release a completely incomprehensible video.
The song has great lyrics like “we can make it digital” and a nice repeated “whoa uh oh” section that breaks the booming chorus in just the right spot.
If this isn’t proof of demonic possession, I don’t know what is.
The music video is a one way ticket to bland city.
The worst offence may be the half-assed attempt at a dubstep bridge that reeks of desperation.