2 Cool 4 Skool by BTS 방탄소년단
• Single / Physical / Digital
  Track List
Song Title Time Buy
1   Intro: 2 Cool 4 Skool (feat. DJ Friz) 1:03 iTunes
2   We Are Bulletproof, Pt. 2 3:45 iTunes
3   3. Skit: Circle Room Talk 3:45 iTunes
4   No More Dream ★ ❑ 3:41 iTunes
5   Interlude 0:52 iTunes
6   Like 3:51 iTunes
7   Outro: Circle Room Cypher 5:21 iTunes
8   Skit: On The Start Line (Physical album only) 2:33
9   Road (Physical album only) 길 3:48
★ - Promotional Main | ☆ - B Side Promo | ❑ - Has MV

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Postcard: 1 Random

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Single Album Vol. 1 - 2 Cool 4 Skool
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Review by Seoulbeats.com

The group’s debut single album, 2 Cool 4 Skool, comes with three songs — an intro, an outro, an interlude, and a skit — making for a seven-track album that takes up a tad over 20 minutes. The album’s strongest point is clearly rap, which plays a large role in each song.

The first track is the “Intro” featuring DJ Friz. It’s a pretty neat scratch that takes time to say the company’s name, the group’s name, and the album’s title. 

Next is “We Are Bulletproof Pt. 2,” which plays strongly on their name, Bulletproof Boy Scouts. It’s part 2 to their pre-debut, “We Are B.P.B (Bulletproof).” It’s mostly what it sounds like from the English lines, a song that focuses on boasts, announcing their entrance into the music scene and their talents. It’s a strong listen, playing around with loud thuds and faint sirens to match the hype of the track; it’s a song that demonstrates excellent potential and builds up anticipation for the rest of the single.

“Skit: Circle Room Talk” sounds like the seven members are discussing their music and performance.

“No More Dream” is a little like “We Are Bulletproof Pt. 2” with the background sounds used. The song is firmly in hip-hop territory and frankly is a great jam. The lyrics, when separated from the MV, are also admirable with the repeated questioning of what your dream is, along with the promotion of living life with a greater measure of control over your own future. The theme fits with the “2 cool 4 skool” attitude, as well as the ages of the members. The use of bass in the beginning sets the tone for the song and continues throughout as a good undertone.

The “Interlude” is a good calming agent after “No More Dream,” serving as a buffer before “I Like It.”

“I Like It” is a smooth R&B song and put together well. The beat is just soft enough, and in combination with the husky vocals during the chorus, it achieves an intimate effect. As expected from the rap-focused group, there’s plenty of rap verses that flow fairly well into the chorus. The vocals and rap are performed with plenty of rhythm and variation.

[full review here]