Released: September 13, 2012
Label: TS Entertainment
Purchase: Kpoptown | Yesasia
Don’t call them little girls, call them women. And SECRET‘S certainly portraying a more mature concept for their comeback EP. Their voices show significant growth, and their fierceness as taken off greatly. Without any restraints, kpop’s versatile girl group has returned to conquer the industry, and their wearing red to do it. Continue reading “Music Review: “Poison” by SECRET”
It’s no ‘SECRET’ that kpop is creating waves around the globe, so it’s more of a matter of keeping the sound fresh and interesting to its listeners. SECRET, yes that is really the name of the group, has unleashed their first full length album, “Moving In Secret,” and I’m sorta feeling the 60’s rock n’ roll influence heard not only in the lead track but embedded in other songs on the record. I’m not used to hearing much about the group or even bothered to pay much attention to them and that’s probably because they’re somewhat underappreciated in the kpop scene. SECRET, in my opinion, is overshadowed by other top groups that never seem to get old to their fans. Their shining moment is often during the resting period of these groups but I’ve noticed that this time around, SECRET has decided to strike up some competition. Though the album is titled “Moving in Secret,” these bold ladies are doing the complete opposite when it comes to their music. The kpop charts are a strong proof of that.
What I like about this group, besides the fact that they have well toned bodies (especially thick legs), they seem to work exceptionally hard at being nothing less than themselves. So, let’s find out if they’ve delivered all the effort needed in making a ‘good’ album. Continue reading “[Review] “Moving In Secret””