C’est merveilleux. Ma grande prêtresse, elle est merveilleuse. Lisa from BlackPink is putting out her first solo song a week after Labor Day. Jennie was the first to do it, then Rose, not sure when Jisoo will get a go at it, but I am so excited for Lisa’s single. In terms of the music itself, I may or may not be enraptured, but I know the dancing is going to be fantastic (unless the choreography is odd, though, Lisa strikes me as the kind of dancer who can make uninspired or bizarre dance moves look mesmerizingly esoteric).
Je veux dire, observe the way she moves and the how she looks at the camera. It feels as if she is looking at me, really, not just at the lens and thus, me:
Objectively, the synchronization of the dance moves in the top video captivates me more than the moves themselves. I prefer choreography along these lines:
The Kinjaz performing:
Just Jerk practicing:
And of course, ALiEN (I’ve posted this video before and I’m doing it again parce que je l’adore beaucoup):
Et oui, we must acknowledge the role of editing, lighting, camerawork, wardrobe, hair, makeup, and song selection in the multitude of reactions that these types of dance videos provoke in the viewer. I realize as well that the vocabulary of all of these dances is similar, but the subtle differences in grammar and punctuation produces enough variation to facilitate a preference for these latter dance crews’ style.
Moreover, the same dance moves will look different depending on who is doing them. Case in point. ALiEN did the a choreography demo for the kpop girl-group Itzy. The majority of the moves are the same, but the results are not.