Not bad, Jun. K.
While listening to Jun. K’s album, Mr. Mr. NO♡, one of the things you might notice is the similarity between his personal style and that often used by 2PM when they work as a group. The major difference? The pop elements are almost nonexistent, with him favoring more pure R&B and mixed jazz styles that sends this more towards grown and sexy territory than you might initially think.
Just like the lead single, sections of this album can feel a little vocally light in comparison to the production. It’s not that Jun. K sounds bad, it’s just that his tone sometimes lacks the gravitas you expect from R&B singers and, make no mistake, this IS an R&B album. He has the passion, though, and that helps make up for some of the deficiencies. What really makes this work are his adlibs. He can growl and do a run with the best of them and, when he does, the songs pick up and flow that much better.
Our favorite tracks are Young Forever, My House, and NO♡, Part 2. The most skippable tracks are Better Man and Surfing.
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