While most other Kpop “rappers” are trying to be “swag,” CL makes it happen without even trying. The song’s beat is simply sick. Its almost impossible to not get down to the song’s huge bass and gritty hip-hop vibe. Most of the song is quite minimalist, but it gets an added kick from a gritty dub-step beat at mid-point.
I never had any doubt about CL’s rapping. While she isn’t spitting rhymes at a mile a minute, she delivers her verses with a demeanor that’s cooler than ice. She makes it work in a way that only CL can, definitely channeling that “bad girl” energy with fire in her eyes. Plus, the song’s hook is sickeningly catchy!
CL’s debut as a solo star may not be as huge as I expected, but it definitely leaves a solid impression. This is a definite knock out K-Hip-Hop jam that proves that CL is the real deal. I’m going to quote CL to close this out; This track is strait up bad. But not bad as in bad…bad as in good, you know?