Fans showed unfavorable reviews for GOT the beat’s new song “Stamp On It”.
The project girl group GOT the beat by SM Entertainment made a splendid comeback. They released their first mini album “Stamp On It” on January 16th.
The album’s title song “Stamp On It” aroused interest as SM’s famous producer Yoo Young Jin participated in composing and writing the lyrics. It’s a song that combines the trendy beat with the members’ outstanding singing skills.
However, fans expressed regrets that the title song failed to maximize the strengths of each member.
Many fans pointed out that the lyrics of “Stamp On It” did not captivate music listeners of the current generation. Some commented, “The melody is also terrible”.
Netizens poured out criticisms, saying the voices of members with rhythmical tones and strong vocals, such as Girls’ Generation Taeyeon and Red Velvet Wendy, were not highlighted because there are too many high-pitched parts in the song.
Emphasizing the wide spectrum and skills of GOT the beat members, fans could only sigh in disappointment.
The eldest member BoA debuted in 2000 and is 38 years old this year. The youngest member is aespa Winter, who was born in 2001 and has just turned 23 years old. Winter was born even after BoA’s debut.
In this regard, fans complained that the concept of the song does not match all GOT the beat members, citing their diverse age groups.
Meanwhile, GOT the beat debuted with the single album “Step Back” in January last year. The group drew attention as it gathers aces from SM’s girl groups, such as BoA, Girls’ Generation Taeyeon & Hyoyeon, Red Velvet Seulgi & Wendy, and aespa Karina & Winter.