Monday, June 25, 2018


From what I saw is that with Boomb Boom's views and digital results, they were on the path of success, but they just pushed them as a "B rank" idol
but their new song was basically a recycled version of Boom Boom
The melody and the chord were similar, but as expected the choreography was really just a copy paste.

To be honest there's this part in Boom Boom that goes "Give it to you Nananana" and that part already was a controversy back in the days because it was similar to other dances, but then again, they pull something similar to it. I wonder if it's that hard to choreograph for them?
The dance just has no impact, the "Great!!!!" part became an addictive part and it was such a good song, they would've hit T-ara's Lovey Dovey level if they continued like that...

The song title is Baam.
Boom Boom -> Baamㅋㅋㅋ

A B-rank concept like that won't let them last long at this point
The MV looked fun at least. They seem to have worn the traditional clothing of various countries and dances with it.. They're probably trying to create a syndrome over hanboks

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ㅇㅇ |2018.06.24 11:15 신고하기
The 2nd Crayon Pop

ㅇㅇ |2018.06.24 20:18 신고하기
EXID and Gfriend's copy paste were also severe, but you only act like that towards Momoland ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ

ㅇㅇ |2018.06.24 11:22 신고하기
Is OP writing all the comments...? Sigh, if they hit daebak with Boom Boom, obviously they'd go for something similar for their next song. Were you expecting them to suddenly go out with a sexy concept...? It's not for you to decide whether they hit daebak or became has-beens, you just sound bitter

ㅇㅇ |2018.06.24 23:10 신고하기
But it's true that they're the 2nd Crayon Pop ㅌㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ They have no fandom

ㅇㅇ |2018.06.24 17:10 신고하기
First of all, because they hit big through Boom Boom, no matter what follow up songs they come back with, people will never forget Boom Boom.... To be honest, Boom Boom just over-delivered and if they were to change direction, it would throw everyone off, that's why they made a copy paste of their own genre, there's no other ways to get aorund with that.  


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