Block B: Park Kyung Mini Album Vol. 1 - Notebook
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This edition comes with a 72-page booklet and a random photo card.
|Product Title:||Block B: Park Kyung Mini Album Vol. 1 - Notebook Block B: Park Kyung Mini Album Vol. 1 - Notebook Block B: Park Kyung Mini Album Vol. 1 - Notebook パクキョン (Block B) 1stミニアルバム - Notebook 블락비 : 박경 미니앨범 1집 - Notebook|
|Singer Name(s):||Park Kyung (Block B) Park Kyung (Block B) Park Kyung (Block B) Park Kyung (Block B) 박경 (블락비)|
|Shipment Unit:||2 What is it?|
|Publisher:||Seven Seasons (Korea)|
|YesAsia Catalog No.:||1056905430|
Product Information / Track List
1 보통연애 [Feat. 박보람]
2 너 앞에서 나는 [Feat. 브라더수]
4 자격지심 [Feat. 은하 of 여자친구]
5 잔상 [Feat. 윤현상]
박경, 데뷔 이래 첫 미니앨범
‘NOTE BOOK’ 발매 ‘연애 3부작’ 마침표
블락비 박경의 첫 미니앨범 ‘NOTE BOOK’이 18일 발매된다
박경의 첫 미니앨범 ‘NOTEBOOK’은 ‘보통연애’, ‘자격지심’에 이어 ‘연애 3부작’의 완결편이라 할 수 있다.
이 앨범은 역시나 전곡 모두 박경이 작사, 작곡과 프로듀싱에 참여한 온전히 박경에 의해 만들어진 특별한 ‘NOTEBOOK’이다.
박경은 첫 번째 ‘노트북’을 통해 ‘사랑’하며 느낄 수 있는 여러 감정을 풀어내며 한 편의 감성 영화나 소설 같은 러브스토리를 끝맺었다.
독보적인 스토리 텔링과 음악 색깔을 선보이며 펼칠 두 번째 ‘NOTE BOOK’. 그 안에 그려질 이야기에 대해 기대를 해봐도 좋을 것 같다.
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January 24, 2017
Over the past two decades, the K-pop scene has been dominated by idol groups, though the early to mid-2000s was the golden era of solo acts with big names like BoA and Rain. Now, we're seeing the gradual emergence of an era of idol soloists–an era in which notable members from idol groups pursue solo careers. As extensions of the groups they belong to, solo idol singers usually follow their groups' concepts. However, Block B's Park Kyung takes a new music route completely different from his group's tough hip-hop style in his solo debut Notebook.
Notebook is a love diary recording the different emotions of a romantic relationship. The love tale begins with "Ordinary Love" (Track 1), a smooth R&B track about the feeling of confusion when falling in love. The Block B rapper surprisingly displays his honey vocals in the duet featuring Park Bo Ram. Following the bubbly mood of "Ordinary Love," "Inferiority Complex" (Track 4) is a fun collaboration with GFriend's Eun Ha about a boy's jealousy. The high-spirited duet gives off a laidback spring groove thanks to its syncopated electric guitar melody and head-nodding hip-hop beats. Eun Ha's high-pitched vocals may not be everyone's cup of tea, but her cute performance plays an important role in establishing the song's lovely style.
Besides R&B, the rapper even makes his mark on the contemporary jazz landscape. To portray the excitement of a shy boy in love, Park Kyung and R&B singer-songwriter Brother Su together crafted the velvety jazz number "When I'm with You" (Track 2). The rapper creates an amazing music mashup by rapping over a jazzy melody accompanied by soulful electric guitar and trumpet tunes. Co-composed by jazz rap artist Kero One and based on a same-titled song from Park Kyung's 2013 mixtape, Ogeul Ogeul (Track 3) is a joyful jazz-hop song that is rarely heard from idol singers.
Featuring different uncommercialized styles, Notebook is an unusual release from a mainstream idol that gives off a refreshing indie vibe. From the jazzy "When I'm with You" to the playful Ogeul Ogeul to the regretful "Memories" (Track 5), Park Kyung showcases his incredibly flexible rapping style. The rapper intelligently takes on a fresh soulful style to develop his own music artistry that separates him from his group. Those who are not interested in Block B's hip-hop vibe may fall in love with Park Kyung's soothing solo work instead.