[Review] Get It – Pristin V

It has been a little over a year since Pristin debuted Wee Woo. Despite having one comeback in August (We Like), the group has been absent for the majority of the year, which is a bit concerning when it comes to newly debut groups. Instead of launching right into a full group comeback, Pristin V was formed, consisting of Nayoung, Roa, Eunwoo, Rena and Kyulkyung as part of the lineup. Their title track is Get It, which is featured on their single album, Like A V.

While it isn’t the most memorable song out of all the comebacks yesterday, the track is definitely a surprise. From its sound, you could tell they returned with a more sensual sound, which is opposite to what Pristin releases. The opening few seconds with the muffled voices weren’t really that great as an opener. However, when the instrumental starts to kick in, you can tell how awesome the track is going to be. I thought the chorus was superb. It wasn’t super catchy as some other songs but works extremely well with the verses and keeps the song consistent. The rapping was amazing and the vocals were quite nice. My favourite section of the entire track is the bridge, with the falsetto vocals and Nayoung’s rapping over pitch silence. That part had my jaw dropping. For a song that doesn’t have that explosive nature, the song does speak volumes and is dynamic in its own way.

It was obvious they were going with a more seductive concept and I think it worked really well. Though, I am not too keen on the tennis court set which they filmed on. It felt kind of random (I did like the colours though). I think they all look amazing, with their visuals definitely something to comment on. The video itself didn’t have much else to talk about, so I am going to stop right here.

The performance was really good. Nayoung’s part in the bridge killed me. It is truly seductive and I thought it was rather fitting for the song’s sensual nature.

Song – 8/10
Music Video – 7/10
Performance – 8/10
Overall Rating – 7.7/10

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