King TAEYEON Returns With ‘What Do I Call You’ – Album Review

Hello everyone๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—๐Ÿค—

It’s been exactly 23 days since my last post. I had to take time off to sort out some essential things, and I also needed quality ‘me time.’ I feel a lot better now, and I am so pumped because Taeyeon is back + tomorrow is my birthday!!!! Yaayyy me!!!๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰๐ŸŽ‰. I love this early birthday gift. Honestly, 2020 has been a lot, hence why I am super grateful to have reached this point of the year.

Enough about me, let’s get into TAEYEON’S new release. What Do I Call You is her 4th mini-album. This record has five songs, including the title track of the same name.

(Please note – this is a real-time review, meaning I am typing down my exact thoughts while listening to each song.)

Reaction to Title Track/MV:

  • I can never get over how pretty Taeyeon is. How can she be so gorgeous and talented?
  • I didn’t watch any of the teasers, so I wasn’t expecting an upbeat sound.
  • The instrumental is beautiful. I love how well the guitar pairs with the bass beat +Taeyeon’s perfect vocals.
  • The music video’s visuals are so crispy clear with a hint of earthy tonesโ€”effortless but stunning aesthetics.
  • This song is about figuring out how to relate to an ex-lover because that person can’t exactly be called a stranger after spending together. At the same time, an ex cannot always become a friend after the breakup, which means they’re just someone you know?
  • I adore this song’s progression, most significantly, the way the beat deepened during the chorus.
  • Wow, smooth backing vocals!!! In general, Taeyeon’s sounds so captivating in this song.
  • The bridge is the standout point of this song for me. The way Taeyeon’s voice scaled throughout that section is pure bliss.
  • I LOVE “What Do I Call You” It’s catchy and beautiful as expected from TAEYEON. Trust that I will be replaying it for a long time.

Album Review:

  1. What Do I Call You – I already added this to my playlist. It’s such a groovy song even though it’s about a sad topic.
  2. Playlist – Exciting intro. I also got a similar vintage-jazzy vibe from the title track, but it was quite subtle. I enjoy this style of music, and Taeyeon is pulling it off so well. “Playlist” is the perfect mid-tempo dance song. The instrumentalization/production on this track is excellent, + the smooth top-notch vocals add an extra touch of perfection. I love everything about this song.
  3. To the moon – Ooo, another captivating entry + the vocal quality is serving already. This song is a bop and a half!!! I am over here, body rolling๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ. YESSSS!!!! TAEYEON. She did not come to play with anyone on this track. I have nothing more to say than “To the moon” is THAT SONG!!
  4. Wildfire – Not to come off repetitive, but I adore how catchy the intros are for each track. In my opinion, the first few seconds can make or mar a song because not everyone has a long attention span. Getting any listener’s interest in the first few seconds is crucial, and Taeyeon has been doing that for me on this album. “Wildfire” has an odd, quirky, but intriguing sound + Taeyeon’s voice on this is very powerful. It’s something that I would love to jam out to during a road trip. 
  5. Galaxy – Okay, are we getting a slow jam to wrap up things? I’ve noticed that this record had guitars as one of the main instruments in all five tracks, and I love the soulful vibe that brought to each mix. “Galaxy” is just a chill song and a perfect way to close this sweet album. I love it.

Final Thoughts:

First off, I am so happy to be back. I didn’t realize how much I missed doing music reviews. I sincerely enjoy discovering new songs/artists and having a good time. With that said, TAEYEON did such a fantastic job with this mini-album. She served quality vocals, + the production on all five tracks are excellent. I appreciate the subtle vintage-jazzy vibe for “What Do I Call You” & “Playlist”. I think those two, along with “To the moon”, are my favourites on this record.

Overall, TAEYEON’s 4th mini-album – What Do I Call You, gets a solid 10/10 from me.

HYO (Feat Loopy, SOYEON of (G)I-DLE – DESSERT: Kpop Music Review

Another comeback I was looking forward to. On July 22nd, Hyoyeon released her new single titled “DESSERT”, and I am ready to hear what this song sounds like. img_1667Kim Hyo-yeon, popularly known as Hyoyeon or DJ HYO, is a South Korean singer and DJ born on September 22nd, 1989. She is also a member of the popular girl group – Girls’ Generation and is currently managed by SM Entertainment.

(Please note โ€“ This is a real-time review, meaning I am typing down my exact thoughts while listening to this song.)

Reaction to Official MV:

  • SOYEON always comes in fierce, and she is already serving it hot on this song.
  • I am happy with all the videos today because they all have English subs.
  • The beat goes hard, and I am here for all this energy.
  • I love the raspy tone of Hyoyeon’s voice. She sounds great, and I like how she came into the mix smoothly.
  • I was so focused on the visuals that I forgot to pay attention to the lyrics.
  • The music video set is quite impressive.
  • OKAY!!! ALRIGHT!!! THIS IS LIT!!!๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ๐Ÿ”ฅ
  • “You know what I deserve (What?)… DESSERT! DESSERT! DESSERT!” 
  • The chorus goes hard๐Ÿ’ƒ๐Ÿผ.
  • I love that red outfit. Hyoyeon looks so good, I can’t deal.
  • How can someone be this gorgeous and slay effortlessly?
  • She is a full truckload of talent, and I love seeing her win.
  • The choreography is solid, and the way Loopy came has me grooving hard.
  • “DESSERT” is a certified BOP and a half.
  • This was made for my playlist, and it must go on there for constant replays.
  • It is such a simple track but well produced with the right artists on it.
  • The beat switch up for the bridge got me hollering. This is a perfect EDM track that will feel right on every listen.
  • I don’t care what anyone says, but I am giving my rating even before the song ends.
  • “DESSERT” by HYO (Feat. Loopy, SOYEON of (G)I-DLE) gets a bulletproof 10/10 from me.
  • The ๐Ÿ‘‘ did not come to play with you all. So kindly put some accolades on Hyoyeon’s name because she served.
  • ๐ŸŽค๐ŸŽค๐ŸŽค

TAEYEON – Happy: Kpop Music Review

Taeyeon dropped her new digital single “Happy” on May 4th. I have been looking forward to this song for a long while now. It was initially supposed to be released on March 9th, but Taeyeon lost her dad, so it had to be postponed. May his soul Rest in Peace.๐Ÿ™๐Ÿผimg_5231Kim Tae-yeon is a South Korean singer signed to SM Entertainment. She goes by the stage name Taeyeon. Apart from being a well-recognized solo artist, she is also a member of the famous female pop group โ€“ Girls’ Generation. Taeyeon officially began her solo career in 2015 with her first EP titled I. The title track of her first EP is actually one of my favourite songs. She looks so pretty in the teaser images. I love the orange hair.

(Please note โ€“ this is a real-time review, meaning I am typing down my exact thoughts while listening to this song.)

Reaction to Official MV:

  • I’m thankful for the English captions, and this song started right away.
  • I love the melody – “Happy La La La… Happy, Happy, Happy.” It’s catchy.
  • I miss buying tapes/ CDs and listening to them on a walkman.
  • I plan to buy an adorable CD player soon, so when I get all my albums, I can play them in cuteness.๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚๐Ÿ˜‚
  • Ooooh, I LOVE THIS.
  • What is that brassy sound in the instrumental? I LOVE IT.
  • This song is pure bliss for my ears.
  • Taeyeon sounds incredible, and she is serving looks also.
  • “Happy” is one of those songs that have me 100% from the first note.
  • The melody… people. This melody is too beautiful. I’m adding this song to my playlist right now.
  • The drums on this track are so good.
  • I also love the visuals with different types of flowers. The bright colours for the music video are so pretty.
  • “Happy La La La… Happy, Happy, Happy” – that line is stuck in my head now.
  • I love the casual music video. It really fits the mood of the song.
  • Taeyeon is so gorgeous. I wish my skin could be healthy as hers.
  • The background vocals/layering on this are soothing, and I love how smoothly she transitioned into the bridge section.
  • This song truly does justice to its title. I feel very light-hearted and pleased.
  • I hope she is also doing okay.
  • Thank you, Taeyeon, for such an adorable and beautiful song.๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘
  • My rating for “Happy” is a solid 10/10.


TAEYEON – PURPOSE: Kpop Album Repackage Review

Taeyeon just released the repackaged version of her Purpose album, and I am excited to check out the three new songs. Since I have already given my reaction to the previous ten main tracks and two B-sides, I will not be discussing them on this post. If you still need to read my review for the original album, use these links ๐Ÿ‘‰๐Ÿผ TAEYEON โ€“ PURPOSE: Album Review & TAEYEON โ€“ FOUR SEASONS: Music Review.

This repackaged album has fifteen songs. The new songs are  – “Drawing Our Moments”“My Tragedy” and the title track – “Dear Me”img_2774

(Please note – this is a real-time review, meaning I am typing down my exact thoughts while listening to each song.)

Reaction to Official MV for Dear Me:

  • Yesss… I have English Captions available.
  • I am always captured by an excellent guitar start, so I think I might really enjoy this one.
  • I love the fall colour palette of the music video. It complements Taeyeon’s voice and also adds some sort of serene atmosphere for the listener.
  • She is so beautiful.
  • I love the encouraging message.
  • Basically, she is telling us to fight through everything that comes our way, so that one day we can all say – “I made it, I love myself and I trust myself… I am well now.”
  • The hope of saying such words should be what keeps the light burning in us to continue living.
  • I am also at a point in life where all is not what I expected, but I try to focus on the good and not overthink. So I truly appreciate this message from Taeyeon.
  • Did anyone notice that the lyric progression shows that it takes time to gain self-love and worth? Taeyeon starts by singing – I want to tell myself these words because I did not hear them before to finally concluding that now she has grown and can stand by herself to say such words freely.
  • That is some excellent writing, and she sounds very soothing on this track as well.
  • I love how the tone of the guitar switches up for each section of the song. It follows the emotion of the lyrics.
  • When the lyrics are sad, the guitar sounds soft and solemn. Then when Taeyeon sings hopeful words, the guitar intensifies.
  • Also, nice touch with the inclusion of classical instruments from the second verse.
  • I just wish I could hear more of her background vocals towards the end.
  • But I know it was an artistic choice to reduce the volume, so that is not a big issue.
  • Since I am not reacting to the full album again. I will rate the songs individually.
  • Overall, I enjoyed listening to this song. What really got my attention was the message. “Dear Me” is a letter to anyone feeling down and tired of life.
  • Also, with all Taeyeon has been through, this is a powerful declaration๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿ‘.
  • As for the music on its own, it is a well-produced and impressive track.
  • But personally, “Dear Me” falls into my great songs category. It does not make it to the mind-blowing top tracks section.
  • Therefore my rating for it is 9/10.

My Tragedy – 

  • This has a weird start, but okay.
  • Taeyeon sound more powerful in this track.
  • The consistent note on the keyboard makes me have high hopes for the drop.
  • I love how they layered her vocals for this song. It has a beautiful effect on the ears.
  • The drop is not what I expected. It is way slower, but I love the bass and drums that came in.
  • She sounds flawless, as always.
  • I was not expecting that switch-up for the bridge, but her perfect voice and the high note made up for it.
  • That synthesized keyboard sound from the beginning is back again.
  • Ooh, they added an intriguing effect on her voice. It seems like she is breaking off due to a bad connection.
  • I am going to listen to “My Tragedy” one more time before giving my rating.
  • Okay…. this song is not doing much for me. Maybe if I read the English translations later, I might have a different opinion. But I still do not think I will listen to it often.
  • So my rating for “My Tragedy” is 7/10.

Drawing Our Moments –

  • Hopefully, I like this one more.
  • I love how it starts out. Really relaxing.
  •  It is always a pleasure to hear singers use the call and response technique.
  • The little humming she does is lovely.
  • Okay, I am definitely enjoying this track more.
  • It is soft and very soothing.
  • Nothing much is going on with the instrumental for now, so all focus is on Taeyeon’s beautiful voice.
  • I love this, and I am not even halfway in.
  • The way the new beat came in was so perfect. Not anything too intense, but I can definitely hear some new elements in the instrumental now.
  • Awesome production.
  • I love all the little vocal runs, and her voice has also been layered in this track.
  • Oooo, I was not expecting a modulation, but it fits.
  • Each section of this song flows perfectly well into the next. It is too good.
  • Yesss, I think I just found THE SONG for me. I am here for this style and composition.
  • Taeyeon is blessing me with her pitch-perfect high notes and background vocals.
  • My rating for “Drawing Our Moments” is a solid 10/10.

Final Thoughts:

I have already added “Dear Me” and “Drawing Our Moments” to my personal playlist. Unfortunately, “My Tragedy” is not my cup of tea.

All the same, these three songs were excellent additions and stayed with the theme of the original album. So I might go check out what new goodies come in the actual physical copy of the repackaged album.

That is all for this post, take care. ๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

My Pictorial|Poster Faves: Time For Some ART Appreciation!!!

I have always had an interest in photography, but recently, I have been obsessing over magazine pictorials. So I decided to post a few of my favourite photos on here. I will also add in movies/drama posters that I like. (Please Note: none of the pictures are mine. I got them from official websites and social media sites.) This post is just for fun.

First on my list of celeb editorial pictures is known other than the amazing Chinese actor – Chen Kun.
9e9f6a1e-430d-4d2f-aa1f-71b7ca72dd46-28876-0000176a9f25e392The way the light hits his face in this black & white photo is stunning.

img_1890Character Poster for Chen Kun’s upcoming film – Fengshen Trilogy. He looks good. The long hair and beard are doing him justice.


15cc85ae-7db4-4468-a61b-6c8dee32c47d-28876-000017695add7233Character Poster for Ruyi (played by Zhou Xun) for the Chinese drama – Ruyi’s Royal Love In The Palace, everything about this poster screams elegance.


Lee Hi looks incredible in the June 2019 Issue for Harper’s BAZAAR Korea.


img_2014The beautiful Jisoo graces the latest issue of Harper’s BAZAAR Korea.


I am so glad that I discovered another amazing actor this year. After watching the Chinese drama – Love and Destiny, I am now a big fan of Chang Chen.


img_1812The glow is real for Jang Ki-Yong in this HIGH CUT shoot. I also love how the colour of his blazer blends into the background.


5dbea98b-d0e8-4653-b1aa-5ba6ea25e9b0-42578-000023acce6811d4a6af9150-68da-4d82-8c4b-f4dcd4b6449a-42578-000023acdc726f70The details and colours for the costumes caught my attention. The title of this drama is Ming Dynasty. It just started airing, and I am excited to check it out. I have been waiting for this series for so long.


img_1770img_2018Han Hyo-Joo’s stance for these pictures is so good. She gives the feeling of power and control.


These are exclusive photos from GQ’s 10th birthday party. The main thing that won me here is the concept.


img_1788Yang Se-jong for Harper’s BAZAAR Korea. All I have to say here is – EYES AND LIGHTING, such an incredible shot.


6fc5aaa4-0faa-49b7-8693-aa94342a509a-39130-0000217556541e9bThe first poster for the 2020 Chinese drama – Love Is Sweet. I love how cozy they look in this picture. They seem very peaceful.


img_1810img_1809Taeyeon looks gorgeous in these shots for HIGH CUT. Blonde is her colour.


And last on my list for today is another stunning angel. Chinese actress of Uyghur descent – Gรผlnezer Bextiyar, also known as Nazha.d2aeaf79-5744-4969-acb4-c43548afe764-35915-00001ea10ec3ab50She looks like a diamond, so shiny

Like I mentioned earlier, this post is just for fun. I wanted to share my recent interest with you all. I have more pictures saved on my phone, so I might be creating a similar post soon.



Hello everyone,

In this post, I will be reviewing the bonus tracks for Taeyeon’s second album – Purpose“Four Seasons” and “Blue” were released earlier this year by Taeyeon as digital singles.

star_5c90600236806“Four Seasons” was initially released on the 24th of March, 2019. It included the B-side track – “Blue.” This single debuted at number one on South Korea’s Gaon Digital Chart. It also reached number six on the Billboard World Digital Songs chart.

Review of “Four Seasons” MV: 

  • Right from the start, this is a beautiful song. It has a great melody.
  • Taeyeon looks stunning, and her voice is charming.
  • I love the colour scheme for the music video. The aesthetics of the video makes it really fascinating to watch.
  • The instrumental of this song is perfect. Not too upbeat and very relaxing.
  • “Four Seasons” has a different feel from what I usually hear from her. From the few songs I have listened to, I can already tell that she likes to try different concepts.
  • The song speaks about reminiscing a past love and how it once felt like that relationship would last forever. A lot of effort was put into maintaining the relationship, but now everything is over.
  • I believe that the change of seasons shown in the music video represents how love progressed in the relationship. And at the end, the tree without leaves symbolizes the death of love. Also, Taeyeon is standing by the tree with a briefcase, which means that it is time to move on.
  • This is a lovely song. I enjoyed listening to it.
  • My rating for “Four Seasons” is 10/10 because I can definitely listen to it on repeat without getting bored.
  • Here a video with the English translation of the lyrics –

star_5c906001e5091“Blue” is the B-side track for the digital single.

  • “Blue” is a ballad track, so it is much softer compared to “Four Seasons.”
  • I always enjoy ballads because of the beautiful piano pieces played in the background.
  • I LOVE THE CHORUS. Taeyeon’s voice sounds enchanting in that section. The way she draws the note on the word blue during the chorus is really catchy.
  • This song is about longing for the presence of a past lover. You try to go about your daily life, but your thoughts are still focused on the person who has already left you.
  • The instrumental on this is simple, but the soft vocal runs she does throughout the song is a nice touch to make up for that simplicity.
  • Even though this song was released in March, it has a winter feel because of its serene vibe.
  • My rating for this is a 9/10 because I know I might not listen to it a lot. It is one of those songs that I can play a few times, but I still have to switch to something else.
  • Of course, my rating is based on my personal preference, so it does not take away from how good a song is.

Overall I really enjoyed listening to both songs, so I have added them to my personal playlist. From now on, I will try my best to keep up with Taeyeon’s comebacks. She is a great vocalist. Also, I sincerely hope she heals from everything going on with time, much love to her.

That is all for this post, loves. I hope you all continue to have a great week. Here is a live performance of “Four Seasons,” enjoy.๐Ÿ’•๐Ÿ’•

TAEYEON – PURPOSE: Kpop Album Review

Taeyeon came back yesterday with her second studio album. I wanted to write this review yesterday, but I was so busy. And when I had little time to spare, I was just too tired to focus on anything. So now that I have enough time, let us check out Taeyeon’s latest release together.star_5daff56b212ec Kim Tae-yeon is a South Korean singer signed under SM Entertainment. She goes by the stage name Taeyeon. Apart from being a well-recognized solo artist, she is also a member of the famous female pop group – Girls’ Generation. Taeyeon officially began her solo career in 2015 with her first EP titled I. The title track of her first EP is actually one of my favourite songs. Although I do not follow her comebacks diligently, I do have a good number of songs I love from her.

On the 28th of October, she came back with a new album titled Purpose, which features twelve songs – ten new songs and two bonus tracks.

“Spark” is the title track for this album.

(This is a real-time review, meaning I am typing down my exact thoughts while listening to the songs.)

Reaction to Official MV/Title Track:

  • Perfect choice of starting the song with just the guitar playing.
  • The drums came in at the right time to raise the intensity.
  • I love the clapping during the chorus.
  • My favourite parts of “Spark” are the pre-chorus and the chorus itself. The instrumental is fantastic in those sections.
  • Taeyeon sounds great. Her vocal is clear and sturdy.
  • The visuals for the music video is impressive. I really love the scenes with the sunset backdrop. Those scenes and the orange/red colour scheme of the entire video gave a perfect autumn feel.
  • Taeyeon looks stunning.
  • I love her makeup and outfits for this music video. My favourite outfit is the black dress with feather ruffles.
  • From the lyrics, I got that this song is about striving to achieve your dreams. Basically, no matter how long it takes, never lose your spark. Just keep moving forward.
  • Nice message. Everyone needs some motivation once in a while, so thank you, Taeyeon.
  • “Spark” is a groovy track that I do not mind listening to over and over again. As of now, while writing this sentence, I have rewatched the music video five times.
  • I will be adding this song to my playlist. I love it.๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ๐Ÿฅฐ

Album Review:Taeyeon

(My reaction for each song is solely based on how I feel about the music. I have not checked out the English Translation of the lyrics.)

  1. Here I Am – The beginning is so siren-like. She sounds spectacular on this track. Her voice caught me off guard. Also, the piano on this is entrancing. Great start for the album. I am genuinely amazed at how great “Here I Am” sounds. Excuse me while I rant about the same thing again, but Taeyeon’s voice on this is out of this world. I have to listen to this song again before moving to the next track. Like what?….๐Ÿ˜ฎ๐Ÿ˜ฎ
  2. Spark – Still grooving to this song. “hoo hoo hoo hoo.” ๐ŸŽถ๐ŸŽถ
  3. Find Me – Her voice starts off a bit deeper. I love the drums on this. Her vocal runs are excellent, and the background vocals add a nice touch to the song. This is another beautiful piece on the album. So far, all the songs feature different styles, and I am enjoying the diversity.
  4. Love You Like Crazy – The switch from “Find Me” to this is real. I love the instrumental on this; it is so groovy. I am living for the jazzy feel of this track. Taeyeon sounds fantastic, as always. I do not know why, but some parts of “Love You Like Crazy” sounds like something I would have heard from old American girl groups. I love her singing style in this song, it is as if she is skipping vocally on each note.
  5. LOL – This gives me a blues/afro-jazz feel. I love how Taeyeon switches singing styles for each track. The bass on this is heavy… I LIKE. Damn, the horns during the chorus are EPIC. I admire how calming her vocal sounds on this. Also, the intense instrumental at specific points is perfect.  I could listen to this song a million times.
  6. Better Babe – At first, I thought it was going to sound like a cafe song because of the chatting in the beginning. This is also another great song on the album, but it is not my favourite. I do not see myself listening to it often. All the same, Taeyeon sounds really powerful on “Better Babe.”
  7. Wine – Whoever is playing the piano on this is blessed. This is a perfect soft ballad. Her falsetto on this track is breathtaking. The runs at the end of the chorus are so good. Once again, her background vocals are adding the well-needed touch to the song. “Wine” might be one of my favourites on the album, along with “Here I Am.” Everything about this song is so well put together. It is beautiful.
  8. Do You Love Me? – Okay, at this point, I am in love with the piano player. If anyone knows who it is or who they are in each song, please let me know. This song has a Christmas vibe. Once again, her falsetto is a blessing to my ears. I also love the classical music touch for this track, it is DIVINE. Words cannot describe how amazing “Do You Love Me?” sounds. Another favourite on the album.
  9. City Love – So things are now getting more cheerful towards the end. This one has a groovy beat, and Taeyeon sounds really soft and fluffy on this track. But if I were to rank the songs on this album, “City Love” might be really low on my list. It is a lovely song, but there have been so many good ones so far.
  10. Gravity – The last song already๐Ÿ˜ฅ. Love the softness of this, it is the perfect way to end the album. Ooooh, I love the call and response kind of chorus going on here. The shallow drum beats on this are really amazing. Also, I think a tambourine is being played during the chorus section and other random parts of the track. It is not too noticeable but definitely adds a magical touch. This is a brilliant song, and it is also one of my favourites. Great RnB track from Taeyeon. The ending notes for “Gravity” are outstanding.

Here a preview of the album for you all to hear what each song actually sounds like – 

Final thoughts: 

Taeyeon definitely exceeded my expectations with Purpose. Maybe this is because I hardly ever listen to her albums. I usually pay more attention to her title tracks or OSTs. She legitly blew me away with this comeback. My rating for this album is 9.5/10. I really wanted to give a full score, but that one song that I did not enjoy as much took a few points off.

If you have not checked out this album already, go do so now. I can promise you a good set of songs to add to your playlist.

Tiffany Young – RUN FOR YOUR LIFE: Song Of The Week

The chosen song for this week is Run For Your Life by Tiffany Youngimg_1061Stephanie Hwang, professionally known as Tiffany Young, is a Korean American singer. I am sure that many of us in the Kpop community know her as a member of the famous pop group, Girls Generation. Although Tiffany remains a member of Girls Generation, she left SM Entertainment in 2017 and moved to Los Angeles to focus on her solo career. After moving to the States, she has released an EP titled Lips on Lips and eight singles. “Run For Your Life” is her latest single.

I really love the electronic sound of this song. It gives me a strong lady gaga vibe. From what I heard, it was made by the same producer who worked on lady gaga’s early stuff. So that explains the similarity in sound. That aside, Tiffany nailed this song. She came on fierce, and her voice sounds great. According to Tiffany, this song is for the ambitious and passionate dreamers that never stop… run towards life like your LIFE depends on it. She hopes that RFYL inspires everyone to run, fight and shine.

I have been listening to this song on repeat. It is groovy and also has a great message. My favourite part is when she sings, “I’m ice cold, baby on an ocean of glitter.” My only problem is that the song is way too short. It is not even up to three minutes.

Anyways, I hope you all enjoy listening to “Run For Your Life” and also check out more songs from Tiffany Young. “Magnetic Moon” is another fantastic single from her, so maybe start with that if you have not listened to it already.