Jungkook dances seamlessly to the nostalgic rhythms of Y2K pop vibes, seamlessly melding them with the fiery flair of iconic American rappers. His sun-soaked anthem, "Seven", took us by storm, unveiling an effervescent blend of garage vibes graced with a hook so compelling, it's hard to resist. Taking a leaf from the Craig David's "Fill Me In" days, "Seven" painted a vivacious tapestry of sound. Now, with "3D", it's like stepping into the golden age of 2002 with memories reminiscent of Justin Timberlake’s iconic "Justified".
If Jungkook's vision is to serenade us with a decade-long musical odyssey of the 2000s, then hand me a ticket — I'm all aboard! "3D", akin to "Seven", is all about the rhythm and sway. It might not be swathed in glitter, but its rhythmic beats and velvety harmonies are pure enchantment. The song plays beautifully to Jungkook's strengths, especially when he caresses each note with an airy finesse. The initial verses of "3D" are pure magic, overshadowing the latter's more ostentatious display. When you dive into the architecture of the song, it's evident that breezy fluidity is Jungkook's magic spell. The chorus of "3D" might play it cool initially, but given time, it could potentially outshine even "Seven" with its captivating sway.
Now, with "3D", it's like stepping into the golden age of 2002 with memories reminiscent of Justin Timberlake’s iconic "Justified".
Diving into collaborations, Latto undoubtedly steals the show. As for Jack Harlow, his inclusion feels a tad off-beat, breaking the hypnotic trance of "3D". And let's be real, the "dead body" lyric does strike an odd chord. His presence feels a bit heavy, especially when juxtaposed against the light-hearted zest Latto infused into "Seven". Yet, looking at the broader picture, "3D" is a charismatic encore that sets the stage for what promises to be a stellar album from Jungkook. He's on a musical roll, hitting the sweet spot yet again.
Check out "3D (feat. Jack Harlow)" by JUNG KOOK below!👇