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2NE1’s CL Drops New Solo Song “Hello Bitches”, Music Video Is TOO HOT & FIERCE: Watch

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cl hello bitches music video

After having introduced herself to the US audience this summer with her first English single, produced by Diplo, “Doctor Pepper”, South-Korea singer CL, who is very popular in her home country and in several parts of Asia for being one-fourth of the girl band 2NE1, has a new music for her international fans. Titled “Hello Bitches”, this new urban-pop song was released today (Nov. 21) via CL’s official SoundClod and at the same time its music video was unveiled on YouTube.

Shot in L.A and choreographed by Parris Goebel, a very famous choreographer in the US music industry, the “Hello Bitches” music video sees CL sporting a pink hair and serving sex and fierceness. The South-Korean chanteuse, accompanied by her clique of dancing girls, will trespass into a sort of industrial building where they will cause chaos, perform killer fast-pace choreographies and will surprise us with a few tricks, thanks to visual effects support. The best part of the music video comes towards the end during the bridge of the song where CL, under a red light, will literally sensually writhe on the floor and show us how Koran girls do it.

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“Hello Bitches” is a Korean/English track where CL, similar to Beyoncé in “Bow Down”, will inform them lesser girls of who the boss is, and that they can go ahead and envy her amazing life as she can ride in a private jet.

Truth is I don’t understand much of what CL is singing in English but I believe I heard words like “Tokyo” and “Nagasaki” in “Hello Bitches”. Why so many references about Japan and almost none about South Korea? Did her team advice her to mention Japanese stuff over South Korean stuff because the American public doesn’t know a thing about South Korea? Well, it’s partially true. I’m sure that if you ask an American what the capital of Japan is they’ll quickly answer Tokyo, but if you ask for the capital of South Korea they’ll go blank.

The song is OK. “It’s not an official single but more of a street single. I wanted to give a little surprise video to excite the fans who have been waiting while I prepare for my solo album”, said CL about “Hello Bitches”. I know CL’s objective is to little by little break into the American music scene, and become, after Psy, the second South Korean act to make it in the most important market in the world. However, she’s going to have to do better than “Hello Bitches” if she wants to achieve that goal. “Hello Bitches” is OK in these sense it’s exciting and people outside Asia will be able to see how fierce she is, but clearly it’s not material that could work on US radios. And I’m not saying this because the song is partially in Korean (see Psy's hits) but because “Hello Bitches” definitely falls into the ‘generic’ category in the sense, yeah the attitude might be hot and the production might go really hard, but "H.B" is not something that we haven’t heard in the past nor something that really blows minds. Plus, it’s evident the song is nothing without is accompanying visual.

What do you think from the song and video?

By on November 21, 2015
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