ReBorn, Pt. 1
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||Let This Die (Korean Version) [feat. Tiger JK]||브라이언 (Brian Joo)||3:43||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||Can't Stop (Korean Version) [feat. Jay Park & Beenzino]||브라이언 (Brian Joo)||3:35||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||Let This Die (Extended Version) [feat. Flowsik]||브라이언 (Brian Joo)||3:53||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||Can't Stop (feat. Jay Park & Dumbfoundead)||브라이언 (Brian Joo)||3:35||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||Domino (Acoustic Version)||브라이언 (Brian Joo)||3:35||$1.29||View In iTunes|
||Let This Die (Instrumental Version)||브라이언 (Brian Joo)||3:43||$1.29||View In iTunes|
Hey y'all~ I'm finally back with my newest EP... So please check it out, "like" it, and don't forget to write a review~ and let the world know that Brian is BACK!
Betta and betta!
Brian's new EP is doooope. Each of his albums/EPs get better & better. I love the collaboration artists and the variety they bring to the music. The music itself has beautiful melodies, head bobbin beats and great overall sound. I'm looking forward to all future projects put out by Brian!!
This is what Music is about!
To say that Brian Joo is truly a talented entertainer would be the understatement of the century. Brian vocal range, musical style, stage presence, and genuine personality, make him one of the bests Korean-American entertainers in the business.
The Reborn Pt.1 album is comprised of 7 tracks in total, encompassing not only tracks in Korean (2) but also tracks in English (4) . The album is best described as a collaboration album. Collaborations with Huge names in the Kpop world like the enigmatic TigerJK and the b-boy king, Jay Park; presents Brian Joo's love for his Korean heritage and devotion to his Korean Fans. While collaborations with artist like Flowsik from the international super star group Aziatix and the ever popular rapper Dumbfoundead; Brian shows fans his American heritage and heart.
The songs themselves are quite refreshing for this fan of almost 12 years. I make no denials when it comes to the fact that I'm really biased when it comes to Brian Joo. However, in my honest opinion, I truly feel this album is Brian's Best so far. Brian proves with this album that he only gets better and better as time goes by. The songs themselves are wonderfully arranged. The Collaborative Artists are amazingly incorporated into each song and Brian's vocals are totally on point.
I give this album Five Stars, not just because its Brian, but because the album truly deserves it. Well Done! *standing ovation*