For their introduction to the U.S., SPICA enlisted producers Oliver "Oligee" Goldstein, Cory Enemy and Daniel Merlot, who have worked with Britney Spears, Shakira and Ellie Goulding. The empowering anthem is set to be featured on a yet-to-be titled full-length English LP, which the group is currently recording.
"We're looking forward to having a good time with our American fans," member Boa (who had worked as a vocal coach with K-pop favorites INFINITE and Kara) said in a statement. "We hope that everyone enjoys our new English single and album. All the girls had a lot of fun recording the song and making the video."
Already an established act in Korea, SPICA scored their first top 10 hit on the K-Pop Hot 100 last year with their top 40 dance-rap track "Tonight." And the quintet earned praise with their 2012 debut: One of their earliest singles, R&B jam "Painkiller," was one of Billboard's Top 20 K-Pop Songs of 2012.
SPICA begin their American promotions in Los Angeles this week, including a performance at KCON 2014 this weekend among fellow K-pop superstars Girls' Generation, G-Dragon and more.
"We hope everyone dances along with us when we perform it at KCON this week!" Boa added. With the brassy beat and a video that showcases the girls' personalities like the best Spice Girls or Destiny's Child visuals did, it shouldn't be a problem.