Nillili Mambo – Block B


Block B is back after their controversy and seemed to attracted more troubles while promoting this song once again. But that is for another post. Block B is back once again after promoting Nalina, and have also given us another award-worthy song to listen and support them with. I am absolutely delighted to review this song for you guys, because I really like this song. It sounds good and stands out.

The song sounds much different to their past songs, however still maintains that level of enthusiasms it has and the standard which they created for themselves. I found that the song really complimented the music video with its pirate theme. The start sounds really addictive and as the song goes on, I really enjoyed it. However, Nilli Mambo sounds like a tango song title rather than a a hip-hop type of song. But hey, the lyrics are pretty catchy. I have no complaints about the song however, the very end where the guys rap “We going to the top forever, We going take it to the next level” does not sound write. He raps “revel”, and the lyrics should be “We are going to take it to the next level”. But beside, that awesome song!!!

I enjoyed the music video for only reason, and that is because it was set in Vietnam, with the start of the video having a folk song that sounds somewhat like Khanh Ly. No? The music video shows a guy who is interested in two big ass diamonds. When the guards leave the room, he takes the suitcase, which makes me wonder: why did both of them leave? Shouldn’t one of them at least stay to protect the diamonds? Anyway, the video then shifts to two guys gambling and end up fighting with the other side. So in the end all of them start running. They meet up near a staircase, and run down it. Followed by the guards and enemies who are carrying guns, and cannot be stuffed using them to at least shoot one of them. The “priates” then give the suitcase to another guy, who is more interested in killing a chicken. They all meet-up and finds out that the suitcase is in fact lost. My conclusion: they left it at the food stand at the start of the video. The only place where they had two suitcases: one with nothing and one with diamonds.

The dance is okay for this song. It could’ve been better. However, it was okay. They mimicked pirates at least, which was pretty good.

7.333/10. Pretty good, however could’ve been better.

Next review: Ice Cream – Hyuna (4Minute)

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