You got a problem with that?
It might be because I’m now a giant epic fangirl (take my original fangirl status, amp it up about 18 notches and now you’ve about got my level of fangirl) but I love this new song, Save Me. I know! It’s not a hard beat, not a real rap, and yet, I love it. I know. You’re probably thinking who are you and what have you done to the real Stephanie?
To which I say, thank you for your concern, but it is me and I still love this song. Even if it is Rap Mon and Suga light.
BTS is having a huge run right now, winning all the awards, Facebook trending for like 3 days, and reaching a solid postion on the Billboard charts — and we’re not talking world chart, but the regular chart. My guess is that while this album closes up the trillogy they were working on, it’s not going to be too, too long before we have new music again. You know, spring while the iron is hot. To which all card carrying Bangtang Army fans will say WAHOO.
This song, again, while not as hard as their other songs, is so pretty. It’s pretty and softer, while not making them sound like any Joe Schmo kpop band out there. (Unfortunately, how I felt about some of the their other songs from the trilogy.) It shows a good range for them. Shows that the non-rappers in the group can hold up their end of the awesome bargin.
Although, I will admit to wishing for more Rap Mon and Suga, but what can I say? I’m biased like that.
While it’s still up in the air if I’m going to see them in NJ’s KCON (I’m pretty disappointed with the rest of the line up and am having major concerns about shelling out that sort of money to just see BTS perform 3 maybe 4 songs. Sometimes it’s sucks being a responsible adult.) I will absolutely be looking forward to seeing them perform in LA. And I don’t care about the rest of the line up, I will be shelling out money to see them in good seats.
BTS, Save Me