Rating K-Pop Agencies 2019: JYP Entertainment

(Side Note: In rating agencies, primary objective is to evaluate agencies’ responses to various issues. Responses are a crucial ingredient for agencies’ and groups’ survival, fame, and profitability.

To a lesser extent, financial aspects might be tackled, but will not be a major factor in rating them.)

This agency once proved again what matters most to them: values. Not really surprising, since Park Jin Young himself once associated with Christians.

Strong points

When it comes to teaching values, they are the role model all agencies should follow. And this reflects on their talents’ attitude. First instance, ITZY’s Chaeryeong helped Stray KidsBangchan regain strength during recent ISAC. Second, ITZY treated its staff well. To add, its former talents are leaving smoothly in the company (Park Jimin, Baek Ayeon, Baek Yerin).

Next is on TWICE members, who are always thinking and looking after Minari. Finally, is on the agency itself, advising the latter to rest to treat her anxiety problems. They postponed her meet-ups and engagements to look after her health. JYP even requested reporters to respect Jihyo’s privacy.

More positive notes are taken account: (1) JYP’s handling of issue re Jihyo and Kang Daniel is very impressive. Normally this elicits negative feedbacks, and normally this puts Jihyo to rest. However, she is still included in various activities, (2) JYP protecting Minari from harsh comments, (3) issuing stern warnings to protect Jihyo and the rest from injuries at airport, (4) listening to Onces calling for help over Nayeon, and (5) promotions for almost all groups (DAY6, GOT7, Stray Kids, ITZY, TWICE).

Weak points

I will not disclose the first spot, in which there’s need to monitor this weakness. If they failed on this, we’ll have to give lower grade next year. (Hint: This is related to fans’ creativity.)

Second is on TWICE’s tight schedule, especially on Japanese comebacks. With Minari opting out, plus other members suffering from various ailments, JYP should give TWICE enough breaks. With Chaeyoung sitting out of promotions, it seems that JYP is still not ready to give it to them.

Group(s) Rated: TWICE and ITZY

Rating: 84.62%
Grade: C+
Assessment: Improving

Scoreboard

  Criterion Points
1 Promotion of groups 5
2 Rolling of comebacks 5
3 Handling boy groups 5
4 Handling girl groups 5
5 Assessment as whole 9
6 Longevity of groups 10
7 Handling issues and responding 9
8 Undisclosed weak point 1
Upholds values 5
Giving enough breaks 1

DAY6 – Sweet Chaos: MV Review

As we review tracks, we will touch on Day6 with their song Sweet Chaos. Barely four months passed since they hit it right with Time Of Our Life, and now they are releasing new track. This lead song is part of their new album The Book Of Us: Entropy.

Given enough promotions from the agency, they made steps to catch up with the rest of the groups. Would this next comeback propel them upward? Let’s see:

Storyline as whole

The title is quite defined well in the special effects pictured at the end of MV, as if imitating the black hole. There’s chaos.

Sweet Chaos was as equally exciting as Time Of Our Life. First, the striking of cymbals is very consistent. And finally, the choruses looked like the song would end by using a shift in tone. It is but normal that the immense energy is released at the final chorus, but they did it throughout all choruses.

Visuals started with monochromatic colors, but progresses on to become colorful on the second verse. Meanwhile, special effects were on them featured being gone to dust.

Review by others

TheBiasList loved the way Day6 integrated various genres in their core rock band sound. The song highlighted Dowoon’s percussion and skills of its vocalists. While the chorus did dirty by being repeated heavily, the group is more than willing to try and experiment new sounds.

KPopReviewed told that the previous lead track is difficult to beat, even if Sweet Chaos is a good follow-up song. Only the group could do punk genre, which gives beauty to the song. The rush is definitely identifiable to DAY6, which he enjoys. Only that the color was rather “cheap.”

TweetNewscaster’s Overall Rating: 84.71%
Grade: C+
Assessment: Improving

Scoreboard

Aspect   Criterion Points
Storyline 1 Storyline 5
Storyline 2 Consistent theme 5
Appearance 3 Colorful/color fits emotions 5
Appearance 4 Good taste 5
Appearance 5 No Halloween, Easter, etc. 5
Appearance 6 No astrology featured 5
Appearance 7 Less horror featured 5
Appearance 8 Not too revealing outfits 5
Music 9 Exciting/Expresses emotions 5
Music 10 Not too deafening 4
Dance 11 Learned easily even by beginners  
Dance 12 Not too sensual  
Lessons 13 Moral lesson clearly stated 3
Lessons 14 Impart something beneficial for viewers 3
Other Matters 15 Sense of humor/expresses emotions 7
Other Matters 16 Make it to mainstream media 1
Other Matters 17 Review by other sites 4
Other Matters 18 Review of MV as a whole 5
Other Matters 19    

Stray Kids (스트레이 키즈) – Double Knot: MV Review

Reviews for November releases will be continued next week.


For the second time, we will review Stray Kids, in their song Double Knot.

Their performances proved to be different from the rest of other boy groups, by providing its own sense of identity and approach. We reviewed their previous performance, where we are quite ambivalent on it due to chaotic nature of the song. This time, will they return with an outstanding performance for us? Let’s see.

(Side Note: Sad to see Woojin leaving due to personal reasons. As such, the album release will be moved a month later.)

Storyline as whole

The storyline was quite confusing. The story starts with members always running. The final story features a member picking the key to the door, which he opens.

Stray Kids made the performance less fearful as compared with Side Effects, and with that I am very pleased.

Double Knot’s special kind of EDM impressed me the most. The buzzing, looping sound is heard in most parts of the video, and the build-up of music was becoming tense at the final chorus.

Let’s look on the visuals. The settings are American, and may be mistaken for ordinary American MV if not rendered in Korean. Special effects are fully used at 1:35 – 1:38, where they made duplicates of themselves. Key symbolizes authority, and unlocking possibilities.

The concept of featuring the moon is still present at 0:07, which reminds me of Special Effects, which in turn, copies from GOT7’s Eclipse.

Review by others

KPopReviewed noted that Double Knot combines the energy of Miroh and intensity of Side Effects, yet being toned down. It also posed a different side of them being more masculine. The raps, dances, and vocals are nice. However, it held itself back on its potentials.

TheBiasList noted that this is a pre-release track, and so it being toned down is justifiable. Deep inside, it borrows concepts from Monsta X and adds every autotune available. Aside from that, it benefits from learned experiences on music experiments. Raps are arranged closer to pop than hip-hop. While this was not quite outstanding, hope this be their prelude to upcoming track.

TweetNewscaster’s Overall Rating: 85.00%
Grade: B-
Assessment: Satisfactory

Scoreboard

Aspect   Criterion Points
Storyline 1 Storyline 3
Storyline 2 Consistent theme 5
Appearance 3 Colorful/color fits emotions 5
Appearance 4 Good taste 5
Appearance 5 No Halloween, Easter, etc. 5
Appearance 6 No astrology featured 5
Appearance 7 Less horror featured 5
Appearance 8 Not too revealing outfits 5
Music 9 Exciting/Expresses emotions 5
Music 10 Not too deafening 4
Dance 11 Learned easily even by beginners 4
Dance 12 Not too sensual 5
Lessons 13 Moral lesson clearly stated 3
Lessons 14 Impart something beneficial for viewers 5
Other Matters 15 Sense of humor/expresses emotions 6
Other Matters 16 Make it to mainstream media 1
Other Matters 17 Review by other sites 4
Other Matters 18 Review of MV as a whole 5
Other Matters 19 Recalls previous songs 5
       

DAY6 – Time Of Our Life: MV Review

This is the first time we included DAY6 in our list of MV Reviews this year. Being the only K-Pop group so far continuing the rock vibe (aside from N.Flying), they need to be featured in this review. Let’s start!

I don’t see any moral lesson in the MV except the friendship, which is featured at the end. On something beneficial, we’ll go to the books (1:57), where they tell impliedly that we should also read these stuff.

Their performance also reminds me of CNBlue and N.Flying, which chose this kind of genre. It can be also noticed that if not going into usual tracks (like other reviewers are “complaining”), they go to rock style. This was the case during the Golden Age of K-Pop, when these were popular alongside usual songs.

The “rush” being a feature of any rock song is still present in here, and I did not find it boring. Visually, the dome, with its colors splashing, looks like one is in an actual concert. Tunes present in the group reminds me of Japanese animes, where it’s common to hear these beats in their OST. It is suggested that these kinds of music be included in Japanese tracks, if it can be done.

Also, it is suggested that JYP Entertainment give preferential attention to this band, as I see that they have more potential to become a great hit.

Review by others

TheBiasList described the song as best played for summer, and that it is best worded as “lively” among other summer songs so far. The band type approach, which defined the latter heyday of K-Pop is still present in the group, albeit in a less powerful manner.

KPopReviewed puts DAY6 in its preferred list, telling that the band has showcased its energy, which is important for them to be noticed in the sea of K-Pop. The rock tunes are enough for one to be excited and dance with their beat. They also managed to let drummers (and the drums) stand out, which is normally not the case for other songs. Finally, the settings added lights and effects, making it pleasant to see.

TweetNewscaster’s Overall Rating: 91.76%

Scoreboard

Aspect   Criterion Points
Storyline 1 Storyline  
Storyline 2 Consistent theme 5
Appearance 3 Colorful 5
Appearance 4 Good taste 5
Appearance 5 No Halloween, Easter, etc. 5
Appearance 6 No astrology featured 5
Appearance 7 Less horror featured 5
Appearance 8 Not too revealing outfits 5
Music 9 Exciting 5
Music 10 Not too deafening 5
Dance 11 Learned easily even by beginners  
Dance 12 Not too sensual  
Lessons 13 Moral lesson clearly stated 3
Lessons 14 Impart something beneficial for viewers 5
Other Matters 15 Sense of humor/expresses emotions 8
Other Matters 16 Make it to mainstream media 2
Other Matters 17 Review by other sites 5
Other Matters 18 Review of MV as a whole 5

ITZY (있지) – ICY: MV Review

ITZY is now on our list of reviews, with their song Icy.

Even if they were rookies, they proved popular in their own right. (Congratulations!) They’re still catching up by releasing Icy, and recently, named their fandom as Midzy. I won’t be surprised if fanchant now would be “ITZY Midzy spider went up the waterspout.”

Another funny thing: See if ITZY will play the MV twice: (1) as an advertisement, (2) and itself at the same time.

We have reviewed their debut song, pointing out some things to improve (which by the way, I revised the score upward). Would it be the case on their second lead song? Let’s see here:

The story describes the journey of the girls in New York. As newcomers, many are seeing them, and felt astonished with them. At that point they performed and walked with confidence, not minding what others are talking about.

They are sharing the lesson of confidence, not minding unnecessary remarks as long as you are confident on what you are. Another lesson is on value of freedom, and enjoying life. Viewers will benefit from their feature of New York City and how the people lived. They might engage viewers to travel there.

Sense of humor is seen on 0:27, where the kid shows her facial expressions. Another funny scene is at 2:46 – 2:47, and at 2:53, during a job interview.

Review by others

KPopReviewed described ITZY’s song as very energetic, expresses confidence, and “infectious”. It continuously builds suspense and energy to keep one hooked to the song. Added point was on the projection itself, harking back to TWICE’s Likey.

Weak points were on dance breaks. Even if they’re fine, they were “too awkward.” Another were expressions, which lack conviction.

TheBiasList weighed down on Icy, noting that the group performed very well in their debut song. It added that the group will stay as it establishes its genre apart with others.

Main positive factors for this song was on the girls’ charisma, noise, and energy. Pull-down factor was on vocals, which they attempted to hit high notes. It ended by telling that “frustrating elements” would not be noticed, since they are focused more on performances.

Review as whole

I find their “Blah, blah” a bit annoying. Other than that, most of the production were very good, and it can be seen that this is well-prepared and well-budgeted. I loved also how they moved the camera as if they transition from one member to the next.

Gleaning from the title itself, it might imply winter. But going further, they are playing with the words “Icy” and “I see”. Being icy contrasts their fiery nature: Spectators at first will see on them as icy, cold-hearted girls. But let them perform, and they will bring fire on the stage/streets.

On music, I appreciate the bop tone throughout the song, the blobbing tune at chorus, and the “eh-eh” remarks at the end. Opening beat shares similarities with Red Flavor of Red Velvet (at 0:05 – 0:12).

They are following the footsteps of their elder group in the latter’s song Likey. While TWICE members are going to Canada as a group, the rookie group travels independently of each other.

Another thing that stood out for me was that ITZY engages the (non-Korean) people around them. From people looking to dancers jiving with the group, the group made sure that these people are also part of the video. This adds already more excitement to the song.

TweetNewscaster’s Overall Rating: 93.00%

Scoreboard

Aspect   Criterion Points
Storyline 1 Storyline 5
Storyline 2 Consistent theme 5
Appearance 3 Colorful 5
Appearance 4 Good taste 5
Appearance 5 No Halloween, Easter, etc. 5
Appearance 6 No astrology featured 5
Appearance 7 Less horror featured 5
Appearance 8 Not too revealing outfits 5
Music 9 Exciting 4
Music 10 Not too deafening 5
Dance 11 Learned easily even by beginners 5
Dance 12 Not too sensual 5
Lessons 13 Moral lesson clearly stated 5
Lessons 14 Impart something beneficial for viewers 5
Other Matters 15 Sense of humor 6
Other Matters 16 Make it to mainstream media 3
Other Matters 17 Review by other sites 5
Other Matters 18 Review of MV as a whole 5
Other Matters 19 Shares concepts from other groups 5

GOT7 (갓세븐) – ECLIPSE: MV Review

We will now review for the first time GOT7, with their newest song Eclipse.

While we dealt with them in our previous misheard lyrics, this time we will review their first release this year. Let’s relax first on their music before we review it:


Storyline

  1. Video must have a storyline – 4 points

The video tells of different phases of the moon at chorus. It also features endless stars and breaking glass. These things imply that they are in a constant, endless state of war with love, and that they expect that it would be dark and sad.

They lacked one point, as the storyline must be clearer to understand.

  1. Theme must be consistent and clear – 5 points

The themes GOT7 consistently featured were on astronomical objects and on glasses.

Lessons

  1. Moral lesson must be clearly stated – 1 point

Pardon for the score. I don’t see any moral lesson featured here.

  1. They must impart something beneficial for their viewers – 5 points

Viewers could benefit from the knowledge shown by the boy group.

First is on learning different phases of the moon.

Second is on astronomy, where they feature stars and meteor showers.

These things might spark interest for viewers to pursue astronomy.

Other Matters

  1. Illustrates sadness in their song – 7 points

Changed this criteria to fit the song’s sad nature. As can be seen throughout the video, it was dark most of the time. This carries well their title which signifies the low point of love, or relationship.

  1. Ability of the song to make it to mainstream media – 2 points

I suppose that it would not be picked by media, due partly to their lack of popularity, and partly due to the nature of the song.

  1. Review by other sites – 3 points

KPopReviewed applauded the group for its “powerful” chorus, camera angles, and dance breaks. It was a good move when they sing the chorus. Not-so-good points include their forgettable verses and their rap which lacked greater impact. As a whole, it was their strong release for this year.

Further reading on the comments reveal that some are not impressed, for the main reason is on MV sharing some looks and concepts with other groups under JYP Ent.

TheBiasList told that GOT7 has been on the complaints list for several years. Though averse to bass, this leans closely to rock and it did not put off the song’s momentum. Added to that was the “meandering melody” that fares to almost none, common in other popular songs.

Positive notes focus on “trendy instrumentation”, and the refrain that keeps the whole song upbeat with group’s vocals.

  1. Review of the music video as a whole – 5 points

As a whole, I find it exciting, though this is a sad song by nature.

While I was not impressed on how the production played with the camera in some parts (as I felt dizzy looking on it), they nevertheless carried their performance well.

On some points, full points were given to colors as they chose colors that best describes sadness. Meanwhile, one point lacking on music was that it was quite deafening.

  1. Other factors
  • Goes back to previous songs – 5 points

This refers to 3:33, where they drew inspiration from their song Hard Carry.

  • Special effects are featured – 5 points

They made a good move featuring the moon in a different way. At 1:55 – 2:01 and 3:39 till end, it can be seen that the moon blocks the view of the sky from a member’s view.

  • Shows a bit of science – 5 points

Gravity is featured in the video, at 2:11 – 2:23, where furnitures are sliding down. This may be considered when constructing unusual houses.

  • Shares inspiration from other groups – 5 points

At 2:39 – 2:43, GOT7 might have been inspired by the hand-blindfold step from BTS in their song Blood, Sweat, and Tears. Meanwhile, the members holding with each other gets inspiration also from BTS in their song DNA.

TweetNewscaster’s Overall Rating: 86.96%

TWICE (트와이스) – FANCY: MV Review

Good day, readers! Here we are again on reviewing TWICE, this time with their newly-released song Fancy.

This is their first comeback song for this year, and being one of my most favorite groups, I am sooo excited to do a review of it. This is the third time of reviewing them, and first time to do it with criteria.

And being a certified Once (whose biases are Mina, Dahyun, and recently Nayeon), how would the author rate the group? You may watch first their MV before proceeding with the review proper:


Storyline

  1. Video must have a storyline – 5 points

From the title itself, and the way on how the members act, the storyline is impliedly shown in the video. The storyline of the MV revolves on the ways girls dress and act to look fancy in the eyes of the boy they love.

  1. Theme must be consistent and clear – 5 points

I must say that they applied the fashion theme consistently throughout the video. In fact, they did not just stuck out in a single fashion, but presented themselves in different clothes.

Appearance

  1. The music video as a whole must be colorful – 5 points

I see the MV as colorful enough to excite the viewer. Dominant shades of pink, red, and black are existent in the video.

  1. Must be done in good taste – 5 points
  1. Does not celebrate Halloween, Easter, or similar celebrations – 5 points
  1. Does not feature astrology – 5 points

In fairness to the group, they did not feature these things. Hope this will be their precedent in their next projects.

  1. Less horror is featured in the video – 5 points
  1. Not too revealing outfits – 4 points

This points out to Nayeon, particularly at 2:14 and 2:51. Also with Sana, at 0:51.

Music

  1. Ability of the music to excite the listener – 5 points

I find the music very exciting, particularly on the first fifteen (15) seconds of the MV.

  1. Music should not be deafening on the ears – 3 points

I find it deafening throughout the video. No choice. They have to modulate it next time.

Dance

  1. Dance can be learned easily even by beginners – 4 points

We will focus on the chorus (1:00 – 1:28) as the basis. While this can be understood by beginners, one point lacking on it revolves on too much steps.

  1. Dance must not be too sensual – 5 points

Lessons

  1. Moral lesson must be clearly stated – 5 points

The only moral lesson that can be seen is on the phrase “Looks can be deceiving.”

While upon its face, some matters are fancy enough to be seen and touched, and are attractive, this can be painful too on the other side. This is perfectly illustrated by Jeongyeon touching the rose, only to be pricked by thorns (3:27 – 3:31)

  1. They must impart something beneficial for their viewers – 5 points

With so many people busy on so many things, somehow they might awaken our interest on stargazing (or planet gazing). This refers to 0:59, where Chewy (Tzuyu) holds the planets as if they were balloons.

Also, with their looks, they might spark interest on how to dress in the most pleasing manner.

Other Matters

  1. Inject sense of humor in the music video – 5 points

Look at 1:27 – 1:28, where Chaeyoung pouts. I find it funny how she did that. Other than that, I did not see anything funny in the video.

  1. Ability of the song to make it to mainstream media – 5 points (updated)

So far, it looks like mainstream media will not take notice of it, unless this is used as theme song for fashion.

Recently updated this, as I am hearing this song all over the radio.

  1. (Updated) Review by other sites – 4 points

Like with the vids released last year, Obsessed and Assessed held its hopes high on the MV.

It viewed the group as somehow broke away from their cutesy concepts, and leaning more on mature ones. Somehow. It seems that they are transitioning from the former to the latter concept. The blogger also had a dislike on Sana’s cute voice and Chaeyoung’s post-chorus part.

With regards to the video, it looked upon the graphics as easy to interpret, especially that of roses near Jeongyeon. It had various symbolisms hidden in the video, which takes an absolutely certified Once to decode it.

On the positive note, it sees the video and the music as “different” from the group’s previous lead tracks. This was supposedly their “best release” since “What Is Love?”. And not to mention their choreography which reflects more their mature side.

AllKpop noticed that the music video was full of computer graphics, which leaves viewers with an awesome performance. The whole of the video was “suprising”, and it noted that they wear black outfits most of the time. It reviewed also the video as going on the borderline between cuteness and maturity.

TheBiasList noted also the maturity present in the MV, though not quite enough. This is noticed in the “different track” used in the verses and pre-chorus.

It was not the “strongest” since their debut, but this serves as signal on what will they do in the coming months.

  1. Review of the music video as a whole – 5 points

I find the music video as full of energy and sexiness, things that are present in their previous vids like Dance the Night Away and YES or YES. And this time, they are adding the fashion concepts while maintaining their sexiness concept that further defined them.

The members that stood out for me were Mina with regards to her moves (0:25 – 0:30), Momo on her voice (0:38 – 0:45), and Jeongyeon on the settings and performance (0:31 – 0:37).

Meanwhile, I felt pity on Dahyun as she is featured less in the video (1:29 – 1:35, 1:43 – 1:46). This was noticed also on their YES MV, and I hope they do something on this next time.

Other factors

  • Uses special effects – 5 points

Look at 2:12 – 2:16 and 2:27 – 2:30, where the members are featured with these effects as background. Or at 2:19 – 2:26 where Jihyo is lying down.

  • Shares looks with other celebrities – 5 points

Mina did it excellently, looking like Ariana Grande (0:25 – 0:30), particularly on the pose.

  • Shares concepts with other groups – 5 points

Momo in a seesaw (2:39) reminds us of SATURDAY’s Yuki, who did the same thing (at 1:48).

  • Looks – 3 points

Sorry for this, as some members are confusing us, especially for new Onces. Why? For the nth time, TWICE members changed their looks again.

Chaeyoung, which recently sported her long hair in DTNA and YES, cut off her hair again. I am now confused on what would be her definite look, though recently I can easily recognize her.

Jihyo still has short hair, and I felt sad about it. With this, my belief that she was so beautiful (in Cheer Up, Likey, and Signal) finally came to naught.

Let’s make an exception to another member. For Jeongyeon, I can easily recognize her, even if she has long hair now. This time, she makes her beauty stand out.

  • (Update) Completeness of members – 10 points

I have to also update this article to praise the attitude of TWICE members in their recent Manila concert.

It was reported that many TWICE members are experiencing body pains, but still, they managed to be complete for the sake of PH Onces. I also felt pity on Minari and Jeongyeon, as they are trying their best to be present for them.

This criterion, assigned ten points, will somehow help them feel that they are being appreciated too, and that their efforts are all worth it. This will also be given on subsequent MV reviews on them.

TweetNewscaster’s Overall Rating: 90.40% (Updated)

Final Words

As I am writing this review, I tried to do a rating of their previous MV (YES or YES), and it confirmed my previous rating I gave. It’s still 80.00%.

If one might notice, I removed first the review by other sites, as I see that they haven’t made one yet. If there’s any, I’ll change the rating below.

As compared with YES, they improved very well on their comeback song. And this time, they tell a message: If they will do a comeback, they will present themselves as more glamorous.

They started the year with an outstanding performance, and I am looking forward on what will they further show in the coming months.

ITZY (있지) – Dalla Dalla (달라달라)(Misheard Lyrics)

Good day again, guys! Second featured misheard lyrics will be on newbie group ITZY, with their debut song Dalla Dalla.

We have been serious and frank on our MV review of them last time. But on this, we will see the other side if we misheard their song. Let’s just relax and enjoy it.

Considering the misheard lyrics below, the alternate title for this song is “ITZY? I Know!“. This will also be the first time we give a title to it after their group. Other alternative titles for Dalla Dalla include “May Alden Love Me?” and “Dollar Dollar.” Sounds familiar.

You may play this video while reading the following contents. Enjoy the misheard lyrics of “Dalla Dalla” (달라달라) (ITZY/있지) from TweetNewscaster!


He put. You’re mean
And they tell me:
“Where momma booger?”
Nick, I know lot
He, car they are (Anna)

So what?
See, go myself
I’m sorry, I dog a dog
Gay, really dog here
Be be be, because

Saw rock, hurry, yeah
Boom, ITZY! I know!
Say some, you tell me:
“Nuke it, or done now?”

On the good day, might lay
Show dune, lump your Mara there!
Uh, oh! Sorry!
Shall do sing a good song?

Hey, perky man
I’ll go. May Alden love me?
Here, gay come in dollar dollar dollar
We kiss your man
I might shore. How I share man?
I’ll see, go! May guy show her the heel fire?

I love myself!
Now bone car dollar dollar girl
Oh oh
I love myself!
Now moan car dollar dollar girl
No more hour, dollar dollar, yeah!

Bad bad. I’m sorry, I’m bad
I’m just the way I am
Numb seen a PSY, cause I gain it at the war
I call. She phoned it. I get it afar

No legs! (No legs!)
May Monday rose? I call your money to man (Molly to man)
Now, chip your honey guy, ah!

Now berry season. Don’t you cheer, Anna?
Next time, he show what?
Cook a money car

On the good day might Lay
Make a no-no car. Tour hot hell
Uh, oh! Sorry!
Taco, sing “Cup of Soya!”

You, perky man
I’ll go. May Alden love me?
Here, gay come in dollar dollar dollar
We kiss your man
I might shore. How I share man?
I’ll see, go! May guy show her the heel fire?

Tap your kicker
Say now, “Name a car, Arah”
I’m talking to myself
Could you cheer my shoal there? Oh!

Boogie did, who make her known to doll
Just keep on dreaming!
Oh!

Keep your chin out
We got your back, hey!
Keep your head out
Just keep on dreaming

Keep your chin out
We got your back, hey!
Keep your head out
Just keep on dreaming

Everybody!

Get boogie man
I’ll go. May Alden love me?
Here, gay come in dollar dollar dollar
He kiss your man
I might shore. How I share man?
I’ll see, go! Make a shower
The heel fire

I love myself!
Now bone car dollar dollar girl
Oh oh!
I love myself!
Now moan car dollar dollar girl
No more hour, dollar dollar!

GOT7 (갓세븐) – Lullaby (Full English Misheard Lyrics)

This time, we will feature again the K-Pop boy group GOT7 with their song Lullaby.

At a first glance, the song might have a tune similar to that when sleeping babies. But upon playing it, you will feel the excitement. Might as well make the babies cry.

Considering the misheard lyrics below, the alternate title for this song is “Can Your Icky Bully”. And yes, bullies are so icky.

Lyrics posted in the video are underlined here.

You may play this video while reading the following contents. Enjoy the misheard lyrics of “Lullaby” (GOT7/갓세븐) from TweetNewscaster!


Aye!
Are you ready?
Ooh ooh!
Aye!
Yeah! Hey!

Dash hen. Hey!

I nudge a boner cool.
Me, get your Anne pool
Me drownin, like cold Shane. Might cutter noon
Dubu, Mina, a pool

And I see pier.
Make a boodle
Many he know.
Modern, you got same. You hidin. Nudge a zero

Yoona, I go more love, and mall too narrow
Cause suitor do fallin
Do goon die? He moo, mom. Sushi are ham
He eat her, hey!
Girl, so Sarah get in moon? Then, I know now, dude
Come, hero gay. Know bubble there, oh!
Mug a soup, so…

My kissing gay, hop so kiss on cat shall know
Shoot, go, he run. I got
I’m shit who do routing, so up, so gay
So kitchen know
You’re Chen. They call sheep phone

Sweet to to me then, it’s magical
Say lullaby. Hey, he may hit the one
Sweet talk to me then, it’s magical
Yoona’s soup. So now, yeah gay, so ooh

Make it cheer. I’ll do shit.
Can your icky bully kiss on this?
So icky. I want it, I want it
Mogul watch a noon. He come, go his soul
Gary, no one hassle. He get
I want it, I want it

You make me hate a hay, a hay, a
You’re many. Sorry, each on show may jungle oh oh
You made me hate a hay, a hay, a
The showy poodle on the battle. Shore on

Double wait
More hisser than day knows haunt you
Make Omar. He’s so nappy, hey!
That he nanny, pony gay, one do care
So whom Dory mum on choosy? And I may don’t hear
May goon, who miss on day? Over what toon do? It’s okay, hey
Open up parking, not two Jin noon.
He, you could done? It’s you. Ooh ooh

My missing cup hop, so guess who kiss on north.
Sad, go he’ll gong. Now, run
Head she’ll got her. I’ll be so upset.
Get saw. Kiss on none.
You take. He’ll go ship hoe

Sweet talk to me babe, it’s magical
Say lullaby. Hey, he may hit the one
Sweet talk to me then, it’s magical
Yoona’s soup. So now, yeah gay, so ooh

Make it cheer. I’ll do shit.
Can your icky bully kiss on this?
So icky. I want it, I want it
Mogul watch a noon. He come, go his soul
Gary, no one hassle. He get
I want it, I want it

Could may runner now? Could Jin man, hatch welp?
Should rope, show room body.
Good hops, no room one knew
Go, man. Oops, sorry! More cutter shall wonder
She’ll get me. Suga, say, “Rate me.”

Wooh
Sweet talk to me babe, it’s magical
Sweet lullaby. Me, he may hit the one, eh
Sweet talk to me there, it’s magical
Get Yoona’s soup. So now, yeah gay, so…

Sweet talk to me babe, it’s magical!