Last week had a quintessential comeback from great K-HipHop and K-R&B artists. This week’s K-R&B surely dominates the list with lachrymose lyricism by Punch that might make your eyes red and nose drool. A sexy love song by Bumkey and Moon Byul of MAMAMOO, even, John Park‘s redefinition of trippy vibes. After becoming an international superstar with his mega-hit ‘Way Back Home’, SHAUN is back again with his project titled ‘#0055b7’ which has two double singles.

Please note not all songs are available on streaming websites.

SHAUN – Blue (Feat. Wonstein)

Wonstein is surely a perfect Oppa crush if you listen to his track ‘Save U’ in Kang Daniel’s album Yellow. Now the feeling of another promising collaboration with SHAUN is as enticing as his vocals. SHAUN gives his listeners just the right amount of nourishing that renders them intoxicated with wanting more. Blue takes away the muffed aura of Closed Ending and colors the palette with a new variety of emotions.

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MUSM – I have no xxx (Feat. Hangzoo, yppah) (Prod. CLEM & coe)

MUSM op is an album project in collaboration with Brand New Music and producer union MUSM. The song has a trendy ‘zigzag’ tune that is followed by a drop along with a subtle remake of sarcastic rap. The chorus has a suppressed energetic verbose that’s talking about a choking situation. It’s a definite sight of a diminishing clarity that still stresses the significance of important moments.

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HANYE – Song of Destiny (Bossam-The Steal of Fate OST)

The song talks about a disappearing memory that kisses me to sleep; a memory that has a young star with its dwindling light, which traces back to my bright youthful days. If miracles happen and we coincidentally meet, can we walk on this path together in my small memory? Now, standing on the cliff of time and amidst the blades of destiny, those dazzling days can never come back. Song of Destiny is definitely a hope for the future whilst a humming reminder of the past.

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ASH ISLAND – NOYB

It is completely justified to say this, no artist in history has said, “none of your business” in such an appealing fashion. The electronic music with deeply embedded bass influxes a rock vibe with drums hitting straight at heart. Other than his to-the-point lyrical verses and killing rap flow, the witty sarcasm of artist ASH ISLAND plays its part in appeasing your heart.

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Colde – I’m In Love

Colde’s back with a confession song that sings about the promulgation of love. The butterflies that bolster this emotion in contrast to the words that never make it to the lips. A short and sweet compilation of the mixture of these feelings that compel you to rewind the song in your heart, Colde’s song is a must-add to your playlist!

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K.vsh – Better (Feat. Giriboy)

Ever felt like missing the carefree childhood days, when high school was all about fun and living the moment? Looking back at those days, the present days are full of lethargy, hopelessness, and anxiety about the future.

‘Better’ gives you back that hope to wake up to a better day, a hope to prove your capabilities to the world. It gives you that hope to rejoice in life like back in school and a hope to become something through its stirring sonics.

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Bumkey – The Lady (Feat. Moon Byul of MAMAMOO)

The Lady is a remake of the original track released in 2012 which was sung by Bumkey himself. The serene vibe in the MV follows with Bumkey commencing the flirtish-alluring lyrics of the song. Meaning “The Lady escaping my gaze is the woman in my heart; let go of your fears and trust me once to hold my hand”. The R&B release offers a lot of chemistry and a love-like interpolation with its satisfying piano synth.

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Cloth of RHYTHM POWER – MazA(Feat. Implanted Kid)

‘MazA’ literal translation ‘That’s Right’ is a high-energy diss track that has an ingenious approach to lyrics. The MV has an old-school touch with a spice of modern-day diss. The background tune is the exact superimposition that was needed for the archaic old-school insinuation. You can add this to your playlist while enjoying booze as it perfectly matches the vibe.

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John Park – Daydreamer

The complete English Indie is like a vaccine in this pandemic. Daydreamer is about painting your world just the way you want to define it. It’s the inspiration in this solitude and monotony, nothing extraordinary but just the exact crux you need to step out of your cacoon.

The song is like a moonwalk over the ocean with absolutely stunning inflections. It has an airy flow that matches the vibe you get from the all-time legendary song ‘Apocalypse’ by Cigarettes After Sex.  After singing ‘I’m Always By Your Side’ the OST for Vincenzo, John Park definitely hits a home run with this one!

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SUMIN & Zion.T – Creamppang

A tippy-toe, dope vibe with an unparagoned background tune, the song is surely a rare piece to ever come across! The unprecedented candid style portrays a witty yet glamorous side of love with a dope attitude. The iconic electronica, bass music, and shrill sound in Creamppang is only fit to be categorized as ‘Neo K-Pop’. The latest K-Pop songs can now enter a completely new genre with this!

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Epitome project – Reason (Vocal by Kim Seonho)

Salt Entertainment’s actor Kim Seonho, released his first single in collaboration with Epitome Project. After a crazy fire flame of theatrical dominance, the actor’s single is making people run head over heels for him.  The R&B dedicated to his fans has some paralyzing soft pop with bright acoustic guitar play. A confession of love, unfurling like a flower into your heart like the candescent stars in the night sky.

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Gwangil Jo – Rambo

Brought to starlight after his debut as a rookie, Gwangil Jo aced his rap game as a chopper in an effortless manner with pristine clarity in his vocals given the tough form of rap style. So, ‘Rambo’ perfectly lives up to the heavy expectations; his preposterous style of ridiculing just caters his audience with exactly what they need. The sociopathic theme of the song with psychic paranoia has a sexy resemblance to Suicide Squad’s Joker.

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Punch – We’re Breaking Up

Punch returns with a blood-curdling cry by speaking of the solitude as the result of a breakup. We’re breaking Up has a very deep, touching, and sad lyricism with slow music that adds to the emotions even further. Punch indeed a soloist that is capable of making the nation cry with her vocals, the international fans are no exception.

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lIlBOI X Gang-uk X Taylor – Gajwa

It is very rare to obtain such a perfect precipitous imagination from a rap. ‘Gajwa’ talks about being labeled as hopeless after losing your ambition. If you ever felt like waiting for the storm to pass while contemplating future actions you might relate to this song. It talks about fickle mentality while wishing to do something in life but not certain about its success. The feeling that people doubting you overpower the ones that once had faith, now you ponder over the hope that they believe in you at least once.

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Gummy – Autumn Breeze

Autumn Breeze is about the once-in-a-while reminiscence of the bittersweet, surreal days that have run past us. While sitting on a crowded bus station that abrupt nostalgia of retrospection makes you forget about your surroundings. It takes you back with the flowing wind and the chill in the air freezes you in the blissful moment.

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LeZee – My Spring, Your Flower

Just like a stepped-on withered flower that loses its fragrance, the song is about a broken heart after a goodbye. The lyrics “your harsh words that cut through my skin like a blade, my cold appearance is hiding my inner cry”, strike straight at heart. The slow rhythmic beauty has an imagination that lets you put yourself in place while listening to the poignant track.

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So which of these K-R&B and K-HipHop songs are being played on repeat? Let us know!