This is Jay Park’s long-awaited Roc Nation Debut EP and I have to say it’s better than I thought it would be. I’m actually surprised I like every song on this EP which isn’t something that happens often enough with albums I listen to. Jay Park really brought his A+++ game with this project from the beats to the features this EP is a great way to introduce new people to Jay Park and expand his fan base further.
When F(X) officially debut back 2009, I fucked wit them. As time passed, and the way the K-Pop industry works, with the influx of boy and girl bands that would follow. F(X) sort of faded into the background.
I’ve been a K-Music fan for almost a decade now. And thru all the ups and downs, Nay Sayers and overall ignorance surrounding this fandom. The music is what has keep me grounded. And as cliché as this may seem, K-pop has changed my life. Garnering enough respect to with stand a lot of be bs that comes with the territory. And here we are at another cross roads.