The album overall is an intimate piece from Park, with the title reflecting her dual identity as both Park Jimin and Jamie Park. It kicks off with the lead track, the woozy “April Fools,” one of the album’s four songs co-written by the Korean singer.
An alt R&B tune that incorporates trap beats, the single thrives on Park’s emotive tone as she vacillates between airy, deadpan verses and the expressive, almost mournful chorus. In the music video for “April Fools,” Park sings as she maneuvers her former lover, who she's killed in rage. She playacts a relationship with the corpse Weekend At Bernie's style, and manipulates his text messages to another paramour before things end in a haunting way.