Soul in Seoul Playlist: g.o.d, “Change”

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“Change” is from g.o.d’s (Groove Overdose) 2005 album Into the Sky. It combines rap with the distinct soul vocals of Kim Tae Woo.  The track’s lyrics were written by Park Jin Young, the CEO of JYP Entertainment also known as The Asiansoul, while the composition and arrangement is credited to Mad Soul Child.

Video

okatokat003. “g.o.d – [NeverSayGoodbye Concert] Change.” YouTube. 6 Aug 2008. https://youtu.be/XMakx_Qzvtg (Accessed 23 Apr 2020).

The Soul in Seoul Playlist includes tracks from Korean pop, R&B and hip-hop artists that appear in the book, Soul in Seoul: African American Music and K-pop. Tracks with an * are analyzed in the book. See the complete playlist here. 

g.o.d: Getting On Down

g.o.d, KPOPIANA, http://kpoparchives.omeka.net/items/show/1226
g.o.d, KPOPIANA, http://kpoparchives.omeka.net/items/show/1226

g.o.d. (Groove Over Dose) was a male R&B/rap group that was signed with JYP Entertainment from 1999 – 2005. Group members included Park Joon Hyung, Danny Ahn, So Ho Young, Kim Tae Woo, and Yoon Kye Sang, who left the group in 2004 to begin his compulsory military service.

To see the enhanced profile, including discographies and videographies, click the image to go to KPOPIANA, KPK’s multimedia database on Korean popular music of the Hallyu era!