If SNSD had at least made that random switch a drop, it could have been better, but even then the change doesn’t seem to belong in the song.
I also remember in “Ngày Mai Em Đi,” the first time I ever listened to the 2017 remix I thought the bass would drop again. I love the song enough without a second drop, especially with the guitar being so good, but I was a little disappointed.
And the Masew mix of “Đường Một Chiều.” Transitioning to the rap section of the song, I sort of thought that the bass was going to drop despite there not being enough build-up for it to be proper, but thank GOD the drop that came after the rap. It was so good. I had to adjust a little to the next drop because it was the complete opposite of what I expected, but I love both drops equally (for the most part) now.
I bet there are a few more examples I should know about that I didn’t mention here, particularly because I’ve listened to examples of drop fakers that were much more vicious than the examples I remembered, but oh well. Hopefully I remember them later, if ever.
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@vkpheonix97 Yes I think it’s best a korean company manage a vietnamese group. Before people are saying: Well LIME didn’t work. Remember V&K was a nugu company and a collaberation with another viet agency. So you got two inexperience agencies from both countries and that’s not good.

NCT-Vietnam and D1Verse are managed by SM and RBW. Granted both companies has their ups and downs, but they have had more success than failure compared to V&K, 6thSense and St.319.

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