6 K-pop Tracks to get you through a rough day – Score Global Music

6 K-pop Tracks to get you through a rough day – Score Global Music

Lilac- IU

Back with a banger album, IU’s title track Lilac has the perfect mood to set your day straight filled with happy and bouncy energy. Her smooth voice throughout the song with the catchy beat is sure to lift your spirits. In true IU fashion, the song catches the listener’s ears with its easy-flowing mood while still leaving an impact. As an artist with over 10 years of experience, IU never fails to deliver hits back-to-back, and with her 5th album LILAC being a tribute to her 20s, the song definitely is youthful and bright.

Lilac- IU

Candy – Baekhyun

Looking for a track to put your moves to use or something to vibe to in your car? Baekhyun’s Candy is the one you are looking for! The R&B and pop feel of the song makes your day as sweet as its lyrics suggest. The EXO and Super M member’s title track from his record-breaking second solo EP “Delight” promised its listeners a treat to both the eyes and ears with his powerful voice and trendy dance moves. “The Candy Challenge” initiated by the idol took the media by a storm and attracted many more to the charms of Baekhyun.

Candy – Baekhyun

Bet You Wanna- Blackpink ft Cardi B

Sing along to the lyrics of Blackpink’s feature track with Cardi B Bet You Wanna from their latest album “The Album” for an instant boost of energy. The much-awaited album was all that the fans wanted from the girl band and was a collection of the group’s best with multiple western artist collaborations. The lyrics and beat of the song are perfect for your personal concert at home giving you the confidence of a performing artist. With its charming vocals and groovy rap, the song leaves you wishing it would never end. 

Bet You Wanna- Blackpink ft Cardi B

So What – BTS

Forget your blues, turn up So What from BTS’s third studio album Love Yourself: Tear on your speakers and listen to the attractive vocals and raps in the song asking you to let go of your problems and enjoy yourself instead of dwelling in them! The EDM track with heavily boosted bass makes you want to dance your troubles away while the lyrics comfort the pain of routine life. It encourages you to stop thinking about your problems when there’s nothing you can do about them and face it with a brave face. Lyrics like “Pain is my medal” convey that your struggles are nothing to be afraid or ashamed of but rather something you wear proudly.

So What – BTS

Plz don’t be Sad – Highlight

Plz don’t be Sad is one of Highlight’s best title tracks from their EP Can You Feel It. The band asking their listeners to stop being sad with the jumpy beats of the song has to be one of the cures to that lingering Wednesday feeling. It radiates positive vibes from the start. The music video is yet another happy boost filled with colourful visuals and energetic choreography which is amazingly eye-catching and easy to follow. This track was the group’s first release after they rebranded themselves as Highlight after previously promoting as Beast and was a huge hit considering the cheery and sweet message it gave to its listeners.

Plz don’t be Sad – Highlight

Dingga – Mamamoo

Mamamoo’s captivating vocals in their punchy pre-release track Dingga pumps energy into your body from the first beat. The 4-member group made their comeback last year with a refreshing concept and relatable lyrics tailored to fit the boring and monotonous life under lockdown. The retro vibes of the song compel its listener to bop their heads while trying to sing along. The whole mood of the song is interesting and gets you in the groove instantly, making your day better. Mamamoo, popularly known for their strong vocal and range, optimise their strengths once again with Dingga as they enjoy themselves on stage just like the lyrics convey. 

Dingga – Mamamoo

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