NMIXX’s Latest Single “Young, Dumb, Stupid” Receives Mixed Reactions

Some netizens expressed relief that the song wasn’t the title track of the group’s upcoming album.

Netizens had a mixed reaction to NMIXX‘s latest offering, “Young, Dumb, Stupid,” off of the group’s upcoming album, expérgo.

Art for “Young, Dumb, Stupid” | JYP Entertainment

On March 13, NMIXX released the music video for “Young, Dumb, Stupid.” The song, off of the group’s upcoming album expérgo, features energetic drums, with falsetto-laden melodies and the group’s signature beat drop. The chorus samples the French nursery rhyme, “Frère Jacques.”

The music video is saturated with colorful set designs and computer graphics highlighting the fun tone of the song.

Despite the group’s best efforts, however, not everyone is feeling the song. While there were plenty of netizens who appreciated the song, some netizens expressed relief that the song was not the group’s title track for its upcoming album.

| theqoo
  • “Ah, I am relieved that this is just an album cut… I’m going to wait for the title track.”
  • “I am sure the title track will be better. I’m going to wait.”
  • “The song and the music video are all good. I can’t wait for the title track to come out.”
  • “The song is fine? I understand why they pre-released it, and the music video is also good and matches NMIXX.”
  • “The song would have been fine if it was the title track. The song highlights the strengths of each member, and it’s refreshing. Please continue to release mix-pop.”
  • “I’m glad it wasn’t the title. The song is too bland.”
  • “I liked the song so much that I came back in here because I wanted to listen to it again, but since everyone’s taste is different, I understand some might not like the song, but some of you cross the line and smell like a ‘hater,’ and it’s pathetic.”

What are your thoughts? Check out the song for yourself in the link below.


Source: theqoo
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