PSY's "Gentleman" co-star shouts expletives in one of K-pop's most brilliantly brazen singles.
Despite relatively squeaky-clean track records, it's not totally uncommon to see K-pop stars stir controversy -- K-Town declared 2013 as K-pop's sexiest year yet. But it is rare to see them as brazen as Ga In is with her new track "Fxxk You."
After spending last year promoting with her girl group Brown Eyed Girls and garnering international attention for playing PSY's sassy co-star in his "Gentleman" video, Ga In starts her 2014 with a bold single and video. Crafted by the same producers who made her sexually-charged, throwback-inspired "Bloom," Ga In's latest mixes a bouncy guitar rhythms and R&B-inspired harmonies with Bumkey's smooth rapping and singing.
The song's subject -- frustrations in love -- is nothing new to the K-pop scene, but the singer's X-rated take on those frustrations is extremely fresh. The chorus translates to, "Fuck you, don't want it now / I don't want to lie beside you as if it's something natural / Fuck you, you know, fuck you! / I don't want to do it like this / That's not how I feel... fuck you."