One Way – Rainy Days Review

One Way’s Rainy Days initially wasn’t much interest to me. It sounded like a Korean album trying to sound like a pseudo-American rap album using big produced beats while covering the actual vocal delivery.

As I kept listening to it, I found a lot more talent and ability in each of the songs. Even with the lead single “Rainy Days,” it’s easy to see the influences that the group is taking from rather than outright copying which is what I thought they were doing.

The album is a mix of hip-hop and R&B, showcasing a wide range of songs and abilities making it an overall impressive album.

Even though the focus of the album leans more towards R&B which is misleading from the single, Rainy Days is good; even beyond the borders of Korean music.

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