Cool and Catchy.
They managed to mostly correct some of what made me not love Yolo right off the bat by giving us music in the music video without making us wait too long (20 seconds as opposed to over a minute), but New World still didn't quite zing off the screen for me. The styling was cool, but very standard, the choreo was exactly the same, cool for what it was, but pretty much par for the course. The set aesthetics were pretty awesome, but that's not really enough to make the MV amazing. I liked the song's message, it's very nice to see the rap-style aggression focused on something other than controlling a lover. It's also just nice to see songs about clawing your way up in the world, because it's a cause very near and dear to my heart (especially at the moment, considering I've just graduated college and am facing brick-walls of opposition beyond which theoretically lies opportunity).
Anyway, I like the song and the MV is visually attractive. It's not revolutionary or anything, and I'm fairly certain that my enjoyment of YOLO is coloring my interpretation of New World, but New World is a fairly solid release all on it's own. It's just not the spectacular one I was hoping for.