• Brooke

    I love love love Bangtan and the messages in their songs. They also have true talent. I’m definitely a fan.
    Good review, I agree with pretty much all of it :)

  • http://thankgyuu.tumblr.com/ Mrs_KimSungGyu

    Well, they succeeded in what B.A.P failed to do with Badman, that is to correctly convey a message that can be relatable to the intended audience. I was impressed with the quality of the track, and now I have a higher appreciation for the members’ talents as well.

  • Guest2

    This was an interesting article, and it made me wonder-as much as I appreciate songs with social messages (instead of love all the time), what are the artists (composer, company, w/e) trying to do? I feel like it’s the same with the femininity and K-pop idea: it looks good on paper but that’s about it. Unless the artists themselves wrote it, there is still that little tinge of control in the background. IMO.

    • http://thankgyuu.tumblr.com/ Mrs_KimSungGyu

      Im not sure about this song, but some of the members actually took to songwriting and producing most of the tracks for this album.

      • Guest2

        The whole thing, or some parts? I’m not a fan of BTS, so idk anything about them

        • Pat Suarez

          Rap Monster wrote the lyrics to the whole song, and I believe he also had some help from Suga and J-Hope. Also, these three also helped in arrangement, composing and producing the song itself with some help from a more experienced producer (I forgot who atm)

          • Judging_U

            Yup, all tracks were produced by Rap Monster, SUGA and J-Hope with the help of experienced producer such as “Hitman” Bang, Pdogg and Supreme Boi.

    • Judging_U

      Well, all tracks in both 2COOL4SKOOL and O!RUL8,2? were written by Rap Monster and SUGA with the help of J-Hope in some tracks.