Throwback (Musical) Thursday – Somewhat Ambivalent

Posted by SaraG on July 12, 2018


Being away on vacation for the last couple of weeks meant spending a lot of quality time with my family. Now, if it were just my mom and me, we would have watched a few dramas, some variety, and a ton of music videos. But that just wasn’t the case. My dad and my sister demand actual human interaction not involving Korean idols. It’s weird, right?

I did, on the sly, manage to finish a drama, read an entire book, and watch a few episodes of various variety shows. One that I was hell-bent on seeing all the way through – so much so that I watched until LATE into the night – was the episode of Weekly Idol with Khan and the artists signed on to H1ghr Music. I knew it was out, I was more than aware that it was available, but I’d been having a terrible time finding the right moment to watch it as I wanted to give both the lovely new duo and those heart-stopping solo artists the attention they deserved. Here’s the link to the episode if you haven’t caught it yet…please catch it.

Weekly Idol, Khan and H1ghr Music

One of the beautiful things that came out of the episode was the reminder of how much I really do love Sik-K. I love him a lot. I have a deep and abiding affection for all of the artists on H1ghr Music (owned and operated by Jay Park), but he is a stand out for me for some reason. During their intro, they really highlighted the song Iffy, a collab between Sik-K, pH-1, and their boss man, Jay Park that came out in September 2017. Mr. Park wasn’t able to be on the episode, but the song was performed by Sik-K, pH-1, Woodie GoChild, and HAON (their newest rapper). Gah, it was so good.

So, for today, now that I’m back at home, back on the job, sweating in the Colorado sun, and hoping the whole state doesn’t catch on fire, I’m reliving my vacation by listening to this song over and over again. I’m also waiting with baited breath for the upcoming episode of Weekly Idol with the artists from Amoeba Culture. That should be another joy.

Iffy, Sik-K, pH-1, Jay Park (produced by Groovy Room)

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