• asda123

    his album sucks. Period.

  • 271828

    I’m surprised the music video didn’t start off, or even include the phrase “JAY WHY PEEEEE”

  • dayc_16

    I can’t say his music is bad or good since i honestly don’t listen to it. I always though that maybe he should spend a little less time on his on music and a little more time on his groups. correct me if am wrong but how can you give your best to the groups in your company if you are spending a lot more time on your own activities

  • Pha Thao

    I found the song to be a great listen. It really becomes catchy when you listen to it a few more times, and it is an easy listen as you said. I think that it’s soulful and honest, albeit a bit cliche, but he adds his own flair to it all the same to give it a little substance. I think the choreography is quirky and has interesting bits (the shimmy and the airplane are definitely hard to pull off in this kind of song) but what really got me was how smooth JYP was able to pull it off without making the song seem kiddish. In fact, he pulls it off with some of the smoothest dancing I’ve seen from a CEO and middle-aged man, and that’s saying something about the others out there.

    I will say though that I’m a bit conflicted about why he is making a comeback now when he has groups he needs to work on and a music company to run. I respect him for going back to his artist roots and putting out his own music, but still the question lingers: what about everyone else? If the CEO is putting so much effort into his own image and music, what kind of attention is he giving the artists and groups signed to his label? What kind of attention is he trying to give to his label in general?

    When it comes down to it, this is his way of saying, “This is the kind of music I [himself and his label] make,” and it’s a good way to say it, with the CEO making his own music to show that he isn’t just a business man but a real artist. However, with his self-focused songs and videos, I’m wondering if it’s really about his message or himself, and that rubs me the wrong way.

    I’m sorry if I just went on a tangent instead of focusing on the song itself, but it needed to be said. With that being said then, this song is still good, although what it holds for JYP and his label in the future is yet to be known.

    • MAR_M3anie

      “I will say though that I’m a bit conflicted about why he is making a comeback now when he has groups he needs to work on and a music company to run. ”

      I kind of think of him as sort of a Puffy, P Diddy, Diddy or whatever name he is going by now.  Diddy needed to be in every video of his artists, instead of shouting J Y Pee on every song you got Diddy saying Bad Boy, and Diddy would put out an album now again while trying to run his record label. 

      It’s also a running joke about artists under Bad Boy, except for Biggie and a few artist in the 90′s much of the artists since then haven’t done well.  But then again Diddy is almost a Billionaire.