South Korean Rapper Lee Chaerin (CL) Makes Her Debut In ‘Hello Bitches’ (Watch The Video)

By Subhro Prakash Ghosh | 1 year ago
South Korean Rapper Lee Chaerin (CL) Makes Her Debut In ‘Hello Bitches’ (Watch The Video)
CJ (Lee Chaerin) in ‘Hello Bitches’
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People have never grown up with same language. But when entertainment is the crux of everything, music unites everyone and its language hardly changes with our geographical borders. As far as language in music is concerned, ages we have been accustomed in translation. In the similar way, South Korean rapper, Lee Chaerin, popularly known as CL has won the heart of her global fans with her remarkable performances in the music videos and her language is not an obstruction to her success.

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This is the time of high excitement for fans who were keenly awaiting the release of CL’s music video named “Hello Bitches.” It is made available free on SoundCloud after the announcement of YG Entertainment, a South Korean Entertainment Company, on Nov. 19, MStars News reported. The announcement of CL’s “Hello Bitches” was also made via social media podiums like Facebook and Twitter including their official blog.

The recent video has been released with another objective to ensure her come back solo debut. According to Food World News, the video shows CL as the main singer with her other dancers who are looking highly attractive while clad in hot pants and black-colored leather jackets that are embellished with an image of tiger. Since tiger The purpose of choosing the tiger is that it is the national animal in Korea and would attract the people at one glance.

The hair style of CL’s dancers was styled wildly with the application of different colors.

“I wanted it to look like we were a group, like a squad. That’s why we were all wearing all-black outfits with similar styles,” CL opined.

The publication also says that her latest “Hello Bitches” is specially for the American market as both the English and Korean languages have been used with an upbeat beat and catchy lyrics. The presence of both types of words just establishes the fact that the singer has not given up her Asian roots.

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Having over 9 years of experience in retail magazines and portals, Ghosh has served lot of overseas clients in the last couple of years. Presently, he is a regular contributor for MNG. He had spent a self-imposed exile at the bank of river Narmada between 2012 and 2014 where he had mainly lived in the dense forests, ancient caves or with seriously devoted monks involved in penance and spiritual introspection. He is personally inspired by the great eastern and western mystics like Osho Rajneesh, Helena Blavatsky, George Gurdjieff, P D Ouspensky, Buddha, Lao Tsu, Confucius, Bodhidharma, J Krishnamurthy, Japanese Zen masters just to name a few.