“Lost On Me” is piquing my interest in Eric Nam

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As I had not checked out any of the latest musical hits on social media, I found a song on YouTube that had me impressed by its upbeat sound.

When I began to listen to the music grooving out of its catchy vibes, my eyes became glued as the singer started to dance. The view was astounding, as well as Eric Nam’s voice, whenever he portrayed his emotions through the music.

I would definitely rate “Lost On Me” five out of five stars due to the fact that I could see how the lyrics were about how love isn’t lost, no matter the changes and circumstances that emerge. The way the melody and the words were fitting together made the whole song a perfect masterpiece of showing positivity in ourselves despite obstacles. I enjoyed the scenes of nature appearing in the music video, adding a relaxing moment of finding satisfaction outdoors. 

It’s like sharing a personal story about experiencing the good things, but all the same, there’s pain and guilt that run in the journey too.”

The best thing about this song is that it’s not too emotionally heartbreaking or heartwarming. It’s more of a beachy vibe that still avoids underestimating the importance of love, but at the same time, it doesn’t get too far ahead of dealing with emotional or physical issues. The feeling there is just right, while balancing hardships when a past love is over. “Lost On Me” is a new work that is the opening track of his new album: There and Back Again. The song also covers loneliness and nostalgia; looking back to the durable past can be hard and painful. 

I love the idea of such related topics being enfolded where I personally have my own nostalgic memories of being on my own. I sometimes can immerse myself in wondering what my past experiences meant to me in certain moments. It’s like sharing a personal story about experiencing the good things, but all the same, there’s pain and guilt that run in the journey too. This can eventually lead us to some sort of our own reflections on what defines our identity. 

That’s what I feel “Lost On Me” is also exploring. Although it’s not direct, it implies some things that can lead to a misbelief about who we are. This song helped me understand what our memories mean to us. Obviously, similarities and differences are our own perspectives and thoughts. I hope that in the meantime, I can continue listening to Eric Nam’s work and keep being posted on any new music that comes out.

I also wish that I could listen to such a heartfelt and legitimate song, having a special and different effect with an important meaning.