The K-pop quartet return showing a more mature and dark side of the girl group.
The female quartet miss A is back after a one-year hiatus with their second full-length album "Hush," led by a single of the same name.
The lead track "Hush" and its accompanying music video dropped Nov. 6, showing a more mature, dark and sexy side of miss A. While November 2012 single "I Don't Need a Man" preached female independence and empowerment, "Hush" takes on an unexplored concept -- desire.
The song, produced by E-Tribe (creator of K-pop classics like Girls' Generation's "Gee" and Lee Hyori's "U Go Girl"), begins at a slower pace, with a heavy emphasis on the vocals of the members, acoustic instrumentals and minimal percussion. The song steadily builds into an intense, beat-driven dance track, signified by the frenzied and passionate lyrics of the son that describe a loss of control that the girls feel at the thought of being with their lover.