A new gift for CARATs!
Vernon, a multi-talented member of the powerhouse K-pop boy group SEVENTEEN has gifted fans with a special video for “Black Eye.”
On December 27, Pledis Entertainment posted a special video of Vernon’s first solo mixtape “Black Eye,” which added the charm of live music with band sessions such as guitar and drums, on Seventeen’s official YouTube and social media channels.
In the special video, Vernon appeared in a casual style in a plaid shirt and jeans, exuding a freewheeling yet hip atmosphere. In particular, he captured the attention of viewers by maximizing the charm of the song with explosive live performances, witty gestures, and facial expressions.
“Black Eye,” which goes well with Vernon’s unique low-pitched voice, is a pop punk genre song that harmonizes casually tossing vocals and cheerful band sounds. It is a song that stands out with a free and rebellious mood. He roughly expressed his hurt feelings and frustrated feelings in relationships with people who did not go his way, and it is characterized by an emotional and simple melody that contrasts with the speedy tempo.
With this song, Vernon received favorable reviews from overseas media outlets such as the famous American magazine NYLON and the music magazine Rolling Stone. The media also paid attention to Vernon’s progress as a solo artist, mentioning collaborations with artists such as British singer-songwriter Charlie XCX and Omega Sapien this year.
Watch Vernon’s special “Black Eye” video below:
Photo Credits: Pledis Entertainment
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