Release date: September 10, 2021
Total runtime: 3:20
Lalisa has debuted as a soloist with her single album and with it comes the title track: “Lalisa”. Oh, boy.
Recommended for: Really loyal Lalisa fans and possibly some loyal Blackpink fans.
Not recommended for: Everybody else.
Alright. Before we start, let’s take a breath and calm ourselves.
Are we calm?
If you are, we can begin.
The music video, along with the song, is a mess. There’s no other way around it. But we can discuss the composition of the video.
The chanting of one’s name hardly makes it worth putting into a song. But that’s just what Lalisa does.
The heavy driven bass track is reminiscent of a few Blackpink tracks, but it fails to deliver on its expectations.
The dance is nothing stellar from someone who’s supposed to be the best dancer of the group.
What was that rap? Nevermind, ignore it.
She does look good in a lot of the outfits.
There’s no complete story, so the music video relies on various scenes scrolling through.
The visuals of the homage to her home country are nice, but then you remember the song is still playing.
The song ends with an anti-climactic finish by going from the Thai drop back to the main theme.
Teddy needs to stop. Along with his production team. There are no more excuses.
This song sounds like a collective thought of: “It’s Lisa, so they’ll buy it anyway” from her company. It could’ve been done so much better.
Hope the hardcore blinks don’t spam the forums…
- Lisa participated in the choreography of the dance…
- It does have some interesting different scenes throughout the music video
- Lalisa loses her unique touch in the song
- Very, very monotone...