8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

K-pop has caught the attention of people living not only in South Korea but also in other countries around the world. As more and more international f

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K-pop has caught the attention of people living not only in South Korea but also in other countries around the world. As more and more international fans enjoy the genre, K-pop soloists and groups have taken to recording original English tracks. Here are 8 English K-pop songs that also deserve lots of attention.

8 K-pop Songs With English LyricsThat Also Deserve Many Listeners

BLACKPINK “Crazy Over You”

BLACKPINK Lovesick Girls(Photo : Instagram: @blackpinkofficial)

8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

BLACKPINK is no stranger to recording songs entirely in English, and one of the tracks worth listening to is “Crazy Over You.”

“Crazy Over You” is an addicting and fun song, with its heavy bass and rhythms. It is also filled with attitude and sass. Now, take note that this is only a B-side song of the group’s first studio album “THE ALBUM.”

SORN “Run”

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

“Run” is SORN’s solo debut song, and her final music release as an artist under CUBE Entertainment. This pop genre track is full of supportive words for people who are chasing their dreams. It’s extremely light and airy that will surely make you feel relaxed.

GOT7 Mark “Last Breath”

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

Known as one of the multilingual K-pop idols, GOT7 Mark also has an entry to our list. While he had released many English songs, “Last Breath” is one of his latest works and absolutely a must-listen-to song.

Introspective and full of distress, “Last Breath” talks about wanting to escape a relationship that turned sour – a contrast to his prior song “One in a Million.”

MONSTA X “Someone’s Someone”

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

Another English song by a K-pop group on the list is MONSTA X’s “Someone’s Someone,” which is the boys’ fourth digital single that was later included in their first English album “All About Luv.”

A breezy future-pop song, “Someone’s Someone” expresses the group’s desire to be “someone’s someone” – to be more precise, to be the person that someone can’t live without.

AleXa “Revolution”

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

Next, we have “Revolution,” which is a signature song by AleXa. The female soloist, based in South Korea, has only been in the music industry since late 2019 but she’s been slaying since then.

Featuring a catchy almost festival-like beat, AleXa’s “Revolution” contains lyrics that are all about empowerment. This female singer is definitely an artist to lookout for.

SuperM “Better Days”

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

The supergroup SuperM has plenty of songs in English, and they’re all great, but there’s something about “Better Days” that make it special. This is a track that anyone needs to listen to during times of difficulties.

SuperM’s “Better Days” is a beautiful song that contains a comforting message that will help you get through your struggles in life. The members’ harmonies, vocals, and fluid rapping make the track a perfect anthem.

Dreamcatcher “Can’t Get You Out of My Mind”

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

“Can’t Get You Out of My Mind” is the only English song on Dreamcatcher’s 2020 EP “Dystopia: Lose Myself.” But besides being the only one with English lyrics, it stands out also because it is a more soft EDM kind of song, which is in contrast to the girl group’s usual music influenced by rock.

ATEEZ “One Day At A Time”

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8 K-pop Songs Entirely Sung in English You Should Know About

Having the same theme as SuperM’s “Better Days,” ATEEZ’s “One Day At A Time” aims to bring comfort to the people who are going through hardship. It’s a slow song with a slight trap beat in the back all throughout, which makes it captivating.

Source: KpopStarz

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