Music Evaluation: Jun (Seventeen) – Limbo

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Jun (Seventeen) - LimboFor a bunch with so many members, Seventeen have carried out a pleasant job getting their particular person voices into the highlight. Most of the guys have already made solo debuts, although few of those have been paired with the relentless promo usually tied to Ok-pop comebacks. The seemingly free-spirited nature of those releases makes them really feel extra like tracks on a mixtape – a solution to stretch and deepen the group’s sound with out consuming too many sources.

I first turned thinking about Jun’s voice years in the past when he participated within the 2018 Chinese language collaboration sequence Chao Yin Zhan Ji. When you can monitor down the subtitled model of this present, I extremely suggest it. It’s additionally the place I fell in love with Wu Jiacheng’s vocals and total stage presence. Jun has a higher-pitched tone than most idol singers and this distinctive characteristic might be wielded in very compelling methods. There’s not a lot of it to be discovered on his solo single Limbo, however the monitor leaves loads of room to strut his stuff as a performer.

Yep, that is positively a efficiency piece. That’s to be anticipated, and Limbo does a pleasant job shifting from its moody verses to the distorted drama of its refrain. The track is at its finest when it goes for the jugular. Including rock guitar was a wise alternative and provides Limbo the type of memorable centerpiece it wants. The melody is much less efficient, however that’s clearly not its primary focus. As an alternative, we get a cool sequence of spoken-word asides and a demonic segue into Limbo’s fire-and-brimstone hook. I’m unsure how usually I’ll return to the monitor with out its accompanying visuals, but it surely’s one other reminder of the deep bench of expertise that makes up Seventeen.

Hooks 7
 Manufacturing 9
 Longevity 8
 Bias 8


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