Top 10 Dreamcatcher Singles

For this series, I rank 10 singles from any artist to my desire. I will only count songs that have been promoted with a music video and are in the main language of the chosen artist.


It has been a while since I posted anything on this site... but I'm back in business! Today, we'll be looking at my top 10 singles from Dreamcatcher!

I recently got into the group more and discovered they have a strong discography. They're a unique case in the girl group landscape, consistently delivering rock as their base sound. They're one of my favorite girl groups currently working and one of the best groups of their generation.

With that said, let's dive into my top 10 Dreamcatcher singles!


10. Odd Eye (2021)

Odd Eye succumbs to one of the most uninspiring music trends (specifically the second verse rap), but its guitar-heavy chorus is quite the treat to enjoy.

9. Deja Vu (2019)

Although the first half of the chorus could've been better, there's no denying how strong the symphonic rock Deja Vu is.

8. Good Night (2017)

After a strong debut, the group kept the rock theme going with Good Night, showcasing themselves to be distinct within the girl group realm.

7. BEcause (2021)

Released during the summer, you would expect BEcause to sound like a summer song, right? Well, Dreamcatcher said no and stayed true to their image, resulting in a solid horror rock track.

6. What (2018)

The repetition of the titular track isn't the most creative, but What's intense soundscape is a pleasure to experience!

5. You and I (2018)

After a strong debut year, You and I continue the hype thanks to the rock-infused, potent chorus in the middle of its dark-driven sound.

4. Chase Me (2017)

Rebranding a group can either hit or miss. For Dreamcatcher, it was a total hit with Chase Me, resulting in one of K-Pop's most noteworthy debut tracks in recent memory.

3. Maison (2022)

Maison could've benefited from a better chorus to become a greater track, but everything surrounding the hook is marvelous, especially that bridge-to-climax segment.

2. Fly High (2017)

Fly High is the brightest single of the bunch while maintaining rock as the group's main base. The outcome is remarkable, offering a sky-high chorus in the middle of the suspenseful track.

1. Scream (2020)

Scream takes Dreamcatcher's concept and transforms it into an otherworldly experience! A mixture of rock and electronic operating as its hook, the song takes the group into a more daring and over-the-top theatrical territory.

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