MBLAQ – BLAQ Style Review

MBLAQ’s first full-length continued their problem of presenting recycled and repetitive content. While they are all impressive performers, they never seem to get the time to show off their talent and are stuck with songs that don’t show anything.

BLAQ Style has the same problem of looking into too many genres for the music. It’s pop, it’s hip-hop, it’s synth pop, it’s dub remix. There isn’t one direction or style that the group can call their own.

Over the thirteen tracks, there isn’t one track that sits out other than “Stay” because it was a single.

I want MBLAQ to find their voice because they could be a huge force if they did.