Coin Jackson Debut MV "Feedback" Review

2/08/2011 07:48:00 AM


I'll keep this short if only to keep from listening and watching this anymore than I have (i.e The MV in it's entirety the first time, then trying to listen to it once more and lasting less than a minute.).

Like many a group making their debut these days, these girls were promoted and over-hyped to make people impressed by them before they even began singing in the recording studio. Like many a non Big 3 company these days, they promise to show something different and to give a style we've 'never heard' or to 'revolutionize a genre.'

Like most new groups that make these grandiose claims of being different from the crowd...

They fall flat due to poor execution and a production team that must have grew up listening to music from the 1960's and 1970's because they think that hip hop and electronica were just born last night and that autotune is the best invention since sliced bread.

I am so happy that I now have no expectations for this new generation of Kpop. This way, I can't be disappointed when a new group falls flat on its face.

From beginning to end, the song is painful to listen to.

From my knowledge, 2 girls sang solo: The girl with the long colored pony tail, the girl with the straight black hair. 2 girls... rapped (I use that term loosely). Someone randomly belted all the while looking like she was in pain, and the crayola red haired girl just whispered back up. All this was over bad electronic samples and bad use of bass. If this song was sung without autotune, I wouldn't even know the difference because their voices (If that is their real, untouched vocals) don't sound anything special with or without. The dance break was out of nowhere, and as a dancer, I wouldn't even call it a dance. Dropping to the floor, and putting your booty shorted butt to the camera does not a dance make. If their mini album/EP contains more than this, I'll give them another chance to make an impression. If not, I writing these girls off as just another girl group that will be forgotten once the song ends.

Because I'm too annoyed by this song, MV, and group my Overall without getting deeply analytical is ♪/♪♪♪♪♪



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