Battle of the B’s: Best B-Side Tracks – MAMAMOO

Back again and this time I’m here with Mama, Mama, Mooooo! Yes, the vocal beast quartet Mamamoo. I was first introduced to them in 2017 by them doing a Boy Group Medly at the MBC Gayo Daejejeon. I was amazed by their vocals and had to go discover more. Now they are one of my fave groups musically. They have amazing title tracks but it’s their B-sides where the talent really shines. Read on to see the best of the best!

Hello (Debut EP, 2014)

Heeheehaheho (with Geeks) – One thing Mamamoo does well is stick to their brand. This song is all about their harmonies and the addition of the slight hip-hop vibe from the Geeks makes their throwback vocals more modern.

Piano Man (Second EP, 2014)

Gentleman (feat. eSNa) – This jazzy bluesy song is something most aren’t doing and it is so fitting of Mamamoo. I love.

Pink Funky (Third EP, 2015)

Self Camera – Funky is the word! I love this R&B funk track. Their melodic vocals puts you in that romantic mood while still being fun.

Melting (First Studio Album, 2016)

Emotion – I almost expected this to sound like Destiny Child’s Emotions but instead we get a mellow R&B song with an up tempo beat that makes you wanna dance.

Memory (Fourth EP, 2016)

Moderato (feat. Hash Swan) – This song is sexy and honestly Hash Swan makes this song 100 times better and I miss him!!!

Purple (Fifth EP, 2017)

Finally – This is one of my favorite EP’s from Mamamoo and this song is just fun. Everything about it just makes you want to dance and get in a party mood. Great vibe and great vocals.

Yellow Flower (Sixth EP, 2018)

Rude Boy – This was actually the first song I heard from Mamamoo and was shocked at how soulful they could be as a group. This was on-trend and gave the group a chance to step out of the pretty vocal box.

Red Moon (Seventh EP, 2018)

Sleep In The Car – This is Mamamoo gets hard. This was a weird flex that worked surprisingly.

Blue;s (Eighth EP, 2018)

Better Than I Thought – Here we are back at their roots of harmonized vocals and a jazzy vibe. This is just Mamamoo doing what they do best.

White Wind (Ninth EP, 2019)

25 (Wheein) – She’s my bias. That’s all.

Reality in Black (Second Studio Album, 2019)

Better – There were a lot of good songs on this album but Better just puts me in a good mood. And it’s a song I can listen to on repeat and just rock out to.

Travel (Tenth EP, 2020)

Travel – I adore Travel. It’s such a light and fun song. And it is totally the opposite from the lead single, Dingga, that I liked the switch up.

WAW (Eleventh EP, 2021)

Destiny Part.2 – I wasn’t a fan of this EP but I liked how this was a continuation song and had a mellowed out vibe.

Published by Unbothered Unnies

A couple of ladies who love to express their opinions from anything and everything. That includes shows and music and anything in between. This blog is dedicated to our love and appreciation for Asian entertainment and culture.

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