Stray Kids
NOEASY


5.0
classic

Review

by heqi USER (1 Reviews)
November 26th, 2021 | 1 replies


Release Date: 08/23/2021 | Tracklist

Review Summary: One of the best albums in the whole music industry.

Truly the best release of this year and not just in K-POP, but overall. Certain artists tend to always release the same kind of music because that's what the company gives them and what other people in the company wrote and produce for them; but not Stray Kids - since they make all of their own stuff. The variety on this album is truly admirable - so many genres and they all sound exquisitely good. All of Stray Kids' lyrics comes from their own heart and their own experiences, it is THEM that you hear in all of these songs. That's exactly why people tend to feel so connected to them so fast. They're true artists who make their own craft. The whole album is a masterpiece, there's not a single bad song.

From sad songs to sexy and upbeat songs - you can find everything in NOEASY. 3RACHA, as always, managed to provide us yet again with good quality music, and the other members have also participated a lot on this album. They're only a 3 year old group but they have been producing such good music ever since pre-debut that it makes people who have been in the industry for a long time seem like rookies or even amateurs. Huge respect for these 8 guys, they're only going to be BETTER and BETTER, leaving everyone else in the dust. One of the best albums in the whole music industry. Stray Kids managed to prove exactly why they're the first group of this generation and the first and only group under JYP Entertainment to become become million-seller with just one album.


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Muppelope
November 26th 2021


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Damn, the whole music industry?



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