The Queen of Kpop, BoA, made a fierce comeback with her new mini album ‘Forgive Me.’ Angry BoA took two decades to show up, and it is interesting to witness the fierceness side of her.
BoA Made a Fierce Comeback with ‘Forgive Me’
On November 22, BoA released a powerful music video, ‘Forgive Me,’ the title track from her new mini album with the same title. It is her first return after releasing ‘Step Back’ with SM Supergroup GOT The Beat in 2021 and her tenth studio album ‘Better’ in 2020.
Starts with the black-and-white scene, BoA shows off her fierce new visual. With the filthy rock guitar, hip-hop vibe, and dark texture, ‘Forgive Me’ creates a fascinating grungy atmosphere.
Written and co-produced by the multi-talented singer herself, she once again proves that she is the Queen of Kpop and deserves the title. ‘Forgive Me’ delivers the fierceness where the monologue-ish lyrics possibly clap back to haters who tried to discredit her achievements as something of the past.
Right before the release, during the countdown live, the singer told fans that she had never channeled her inner anger like this.
I won’t say I’m sorry
I don’t feel sorry
How ’bout you just hate me?
BoA Gets Softened throughout the New Album
‘Forgive Me’ is definitely a strong introduction to another Queen of Kpop era. Though, BoA gets softened on the rest of the album.
‘Zip (짓)’ with its nifty bassline is a perfect song to push someone toxic, who gives you millions of excuses, away. BoA flexes high and low notes in a spellbinding groove, repeating “zip, zip, zip, zip.” Meanwhile, ‘Sketch’ is one of the mellow tracks.
However, the most standout of BoA’s brand-new album with the similar gritty atmosphere of the title track is ‘Breathe.’ As the Queen of Kpop rushes toward a love interest, close enough to feel their breath, she mesmerizes with rapping and a hit-and-chase melody.
‘After Midnight’ and ‘Hope’ are two perfect songs to close the album. With the softer and more dreamy melody, BoA shows that it is better to calm down after a hard day. Again, the singer’s vocals take the spotlight.
Even if the world hates me
We will be together.
Stream The Queen of Kpop BoA’s brand-new album ‘Forgive Me’ now.
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