The K-pop quartet brings its innocent-meets-provocative charisma for groovin' new single.
K-pop quartet Girl's Day had an exciting 2013, gaining a second wind of popularity with "Expectation" and "Female President" -- top 10 hits on the K-Pop Hot 100. Just a few days into 2014, the girls dropped new single "Something," which might prove to be the group's hottest moment yet.
A subtle, electro-fied disco beat is embellished by finger snaps, funky guitar strums, trumpet blasts and breathy "ahs." As usual, Girl's Day's strong, elastic vocals are the centerpiece of the production jumping from a soft head-voice delivery to diva growling. The group coos the story of being the woman who knows her boyfriend is a womanizer, but can't help but stay in love with the bad boy.