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K-POPNATION: Cosmic Girls Go To Infinity And Beyond In ‘Secret’ Comeback

By Michael Mirrorcle / Published on Thursday, 18 Aug 2016 22:33 PM / No Comments

This was quite an unexpected comeback. Cosmic Girls’ debut was lukewarm at best. They didn’t have their own identity. They seem to fade into the background like Lovelyz did until they released Destiny. This is definitely Cosmic GirlsDestiny.

Starship has taken strides to expand their roster outside of just Sistar who is their prized treasure. Monsta X and now Cosmic Girls have released incredible comebacks this year. Secret is remarkable in many ways.

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The video for Secret is a treasure trove of magical references, space and time travel, and plus just gorgeous visuals. Aesthetically, this video is very strong. The magical and sci-fi aspects of the video are fantastic. There’s a deep sense of wonder and enchantment.

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This is definitely a definitive video for their group. The song is just as amazing. It was composed by super producer e.one (Nine Muses) and it has an infectious melody, bubblegum pop structure and bass line. Take a look at the incredible video below:

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Michael Mirrorcle
Pop Music Aficionado, Video Game and Comic Book nerd, Producer/Host of Rushdown Radio, Michael T. Brewer is a passionate journalist who has been a contributing writer for various digital media in Chicago, IL. Currently a student at Harold Washington College pursing a degree in Journalism, Michael continues to sharpen his skills and further expanding his musical repertoire. His diverse musical tastes stems from his childhood. With five older siblings living together during the 90s, his home was filled with music from Nirvana, Toni Braxton, Aaliyah, Anita Baker, No Doubt, Tupac and so many others. Michael has a deep love and admiration for Pop music specifically. Michael is dedicated to perfecting his craft to critique Pop music with an analytical approach and scope that is not synonymous with the genre.