Peter: Feels like it’s been a while since we last did a BTS review SKY: We’ll try our best with today’s review SKY: Is this really the standard for a
soundtrack to a game? Peter: I seem to keep saying the same thing when I talk about BTS’s vocals Peter: I know it’s the same compliments.
But, unlike a few other groups in KPOP, they really know how to belch those hard notes… SKY: I can’t seem to concentrate ^^;;;; LMAO^^ Peter: Do we look at the lens or ourselves…lol Hi guys we’re One Way Hi guys this is Jong Moon SKY: Ok so our concept for today is… SKY: Traffic lights LMAO^^;;;; Peter: I thought we were more like
‘The Power Rangers’ LOL SKY: Red… Green… Orange (Yellowish) SKY: The amazing thing is…
This is all coincidental Peter: None of this was planned…LOL^^ SKY: So, we’ve gathered here today to review
BTS’s ‘Heartbeat’ SKY: Have you guys listened to it yet? Peter: Yes SKY: Oh you did Peter: It feels like it’s been a while since we last did a
BTS review SKY: We’ll try our best with today’s review SKY: Apparently this song is an OST for a game called ‘BTS World’ SKY: I’m actually looking forward to it SKY: I have no idea as to what type of game this is Director: Apparently you plays BTS’s band manager Jong Moon: Say what now?
Ahhh~ a manager Peter: Quick you have a schedule at 10.
Quickly drive them to… LMAO^^ Jong Moon: Yo~ do you see what I see in the camera… Jong Moon: Is it just me…or do we look ridiculously funny right now… LOL LMAO^^;;;; SKY: I should take this off… SKY: You know this is actually isn’t from around here Peter: Bro you’re dressed like weathly man
who owns a lot of oil… LOL (Went off track and now we’re back to the review LOL) SKY: Ok let’s do today’s review BTS’s ‘Heartbeat’ SKY: Seems like it’s a live performance video SKY: That looks pretty cool (Mad level of concentration… straight into the song) SKY: Is it set in the country side of Korea? Jong Moon: This video seems to have a storyline to it SKY: Jong Moon you seem to like these types of music videos where there’s a plot to it Jong Moon: Yes I do Jong Moon: These days we can see a lot of artists using their videos to tell a story Jong Moon: For thoughs parts where the music has its limitations Jong Moon: We get lost in translation sometimes after just listening to the lyrics of a song Jong Moon: However, if there’s a story in the music video, we can understand the artists intentions for the lyrics Jong Moon: I like looking for these types of things in a video Jong Moon: Shall we keep watching? SKY: The whole song has Rock vibe to it Peter: Close to a Pop Rock vibe Peter: Now, because all the members have such a versatile tone to their voice Peter: I feel all the members have a way of filling in the empty spaces within the song Peter: Without it being ‘Who sings what specific part’ of the song SKY: We seem to say this everytime we review a BTS song SKY: The level of skill and chemistry between each members is so tight that their songs are flawless SKY: That’s why their music sound so solid SKY: In between certain parts of the song, I can hear the piano, and guitars SKY: It’s guitars right? SKY: RIght SKY: You hear the use of that heavy snare drum in the background Peter: Wet snare (Meaning a snare with a lot of Reverb) Peter: Crossing the galaxy… SKY: They’re saying we’ve invaded this galaxy Peter: You’re in the BTS universe now (Heas just nodding…) (The mind is dancing inside^^;;;) Peter: They used a lot of graphics here SKY: You can hear how if one person sings a high melodic section of a song SKY: Then the next section is overlapped by another voice which smoothly transitions into a lower melodic section SKY: This just shows how there’s great balance within the group Jong Moon: Wow just look at the quality of the cinematics Jong Moon: Just like their previous videos, I like how a lot of detail always goes into their videos Peter: Seeing that… their videos are not just viewed domestically here in Korea Peter: But, also viewed internationally, you’d have to think that it’s obvious they’d put much more effort even into the smallest of details SKY: If we go back to last time when we reviewed BTS’s full album SKY: We know that BTS can pull off handling their big, sophisticated, high energy projects SKY: But I feel that BTS really does the softer ‘Pop Rock’ vibes justice (AGREED) Peter: Yeah I remember that Steve Aoki song they did in that album Peter: I was predicting something really flashy (considering it was done by Steve Aoki) Peter: However, I was left amazed because not only was it different to the usual Aoki sound Peter: It was a piano ballad but the members sang it so well they did the track justice Peter: Did you see that last part? (Don’t just watch… say something guys LOL) Peter: I like how they showed the rehersals and the actual performace SKY: See you again SKY: First of all… I’m wondering if this really is the standard of quality for a OST that’s to with a game Peter: See most game OST’s usually don’t have that satisfying end product even if it was a collaboration with a Kpop artist Peter: I’m not used to hearing a game OST that sounds like a serious song in the Popular music genre Peter: Game OST’s are never at this high quality Peter: Now we haven’t played this game (BTS World) yet, however, the music is great SKY: I believe that there are more songs that were included into the OST right? Peter: Yes that is true SKY: If I were to only judge from listening to this song… I think the overall quality is gonna be great Jong Moon: This song is good for just easy listening Peter: Now, when it comes to BTS’s vocals, I know I say the same compliments each time Peter: But I have to point out how BTS members make singing seem so easy for parts of the song which most of Kpop bands would find difficult or challenging SKY: Give us an example Peter: When they sing that melody in the chorus Peter: They hit a ‘G’ or ‘A’??? Peter: Now, you and I have been around to know that most idols would find that ‘A’ note very challenging Peter: Challenging to the point one has to belch that note to get it out or sing it properly Peter: But it’s great how they can sing with so much ease that it doesn’t make it seem as though it’s difficult for them SKY: In other words they sing ‘Effortlessly’ Peter: Yep Sky: They can sing those high notes without making it sound forced but make it sound good Peter: See, you can find these types of techniques and skills being used from those more advanced singers that work a lot on their tones and ways of vocal expressions SKY:You know come to think of it… I too can hit a high ‘A’ but it would sound hella agressive SKY: It is very difficult SKY: Look they say that there’s nothing much to it when it comes to singing from the note ‘G’ to an ‘A’ SKY: But believe you me it feels like a giant wall to get to that next note Peter: Metaphorically speaking. It’s like an engine in your car, where as you drive and pick up speed you would shift gears Jong Moon: All this we’re saying is that the members of BTS sing with ease SKY: Like I said mid song, I want to point out how there were influences of ‘Rock’ music in the vibe of the song SKY: Usually when we think of BTS SKY: We think of songs like ‘DNA’ and the EDM vibe the song is heavily influenced by SKY: And we know how that style is best suited for BTS SKY: But, when we go back to when we reviewed their ‘Love Yourself Tear’ album, almost half of the songs in the album were influenced by ‘Rock’ music SKY: The ‘Rock’ vibe really goes well with BTS SKY: Sounds like the heavy and wet snares, they all compliment the vibe of their music SKY: Also the softer ballads, almost all songs that have specific vibes SKY: And you know how they have stories that go with each song, just like their music videos each have stories. Well they do those very well Peter: Well, now because BTS are like Korea’s ambassadors, how they represent Korea Peter: I just love how they try so hard to somehow show the world the many beauties of Korea in all their videos SKY: Like how they did in the start of this video Peter: Exactly, the beginning Peter: Look, even though we live in Korea, there’s so many beautiful places we haven’t yet checked out ourselves, so I was happy to see those in their videos SKY: So, today reviewed BTS World’s ‘Heartbeat SKY: After listening to this song, I want to check those other tracks out too Peter: Apparently the artists that featured on those other songs, well lets just say there are some big foreign names amongst the list of featured artists SKY: Oh, in the game OST??? Peter: Yeah in a game OST album Peter: So a lot of time and effort has been put into making this game soundtrack album SKY: I think it’s safe to say that this is a big album then Peter: No, really this is an actual full on album SKY: I can’t seem to concentrate ^^;;;; LMAO^^ Peter: Do we look at the lens or ourselves…lol Jong Moon: Red, green and orange… we look a traffic light LOL Jong Moon: Hi guys we are ‘Traffic Stop’ LOL^^;;;; LMAO^^ Peter: We’re lucky we didn’t sit in the order of a traffic light. If we did that would have made it worse Jong Moon: It’s worse than calling ourselves a the fire brigade LOL (I think SKY just had a moment… on his own thoughts^^) SKY: Well, this was yet again another review by ‘One Way’ SKY: We will be back with more new content This was ‘One Way One Sound’ (Wait… there’s more???) Director: WTF was ‘Traffic lights’ reference? LOL^^;;;; Director: Give me some cute poses for the thumbnail please Director: 1, 2, 3 Our boys work this hard to get likes, subscribers and comments