Ji Eun used to be apart of YG Entertainment back in 2007 and was even a singing couch for Dara of 2NE1. Then in 2009, she debuted in female trio Lady Collection. Unfortunately, they weren’t that popular, but hopefully they’ll make a comeback.
I don’t remember exactly when I heard ì–´ì œì™€ ë‹¤ë¥¸ ì˜¤ëŠ˜, but after one listen I had to find out who she was and what the name of the song was. I went through this period where I listened to this song for about 4 months on repeat.Â Rain is a slow tempo R&B track. I really love the way the verses and chorus are sang differently.Beautiful piano melody at the beginning ofÂ í•œë²ˆë§Œ ë§í•´. This song has a lighter feel and it isn’t quite a power ballad, but it has the power that a power ballad would have. I like this song; it’s not my favorite, but it’s pretty good.
Compared to the previous songs, ì„ íƒ has a light, fun feel. This song is more R&B style and I like the incorporation of the violins and guitars.Â One Night Lover also follows in the more fun side. It’s a fun dance track that I Â find myself dancing to whenever I listen to it.Â I’m Sorry has that early millennium sound; very movie soundtrack sounding. This isn’t something that I would listen to, but it’s okay.
ë³´ê³ ì‹¶ì–´ìš” is a really gorgeous ballad. This shows off her voice and it’s so relaxing. I had this on repeat for a while too.Â ë¹Œë ¤ ë“œë¦´ê»˜ìš” is a slower song. I love the way Ji Eun sings the chorus with a sense of urgency, it really pulls you into the song. Love Is Over sets the mood right from the start. It’s melancholy and sad; Ji Eun can express this emotion well that I don’t even need to know what she’s saying to know what she’s talking about.
ì´ë³„ì€ ë‚´ê²Œ í”í•˜ì£ is a bit lighter than the previous trio of ballads. I don’t really care for the song, nothing stands out about it and it’s kinda boring;I feel like I’ve heard this song before while listening to the album. I love, love, love the intro ofÂ ì´ì œ ê·¸ë§Œí•´! Then this beat comes in and it’s totally unexpected,but it fits. These are the kind of songs I need her to sing. I think the album could’ve ended with that song, but it doesn’t.
ê·¸ë…€ì™€ ë‚˜ ì‚¬ì´ finishes off the album. I don’t know what it id about the song,but I don’t really like it as a whole. The break in the middle of the song is pretty cool how they incorporate a dial tone, but that’s about it.