Cherry Bullet made a stylish & confident return with MV “P.O.W”
Cherry Bullet released their third mini album, “Cherry Dash,” along with the music video for the lead single “P.O.W! (Play On the World)” on Tuesday, March 7 at 6:00 PM KST.
Pop dance tune ” P.O. W!” features experimental noises and a rapid tempo. The song perfectly captures the attitude of taking on a challenge with confidence and disregard for the opinions of others.
Time to P.O.W! Play On the World!— Cherry Bullet (체리블렛) (@cherrybullet) March 7, 2023
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The song features experimental sounds and embodies the group’s idea.
FNCW, a label under FNC Entertainment, runs Cherry Bullet, the South Korean girl group. Seven people comprise the group: Yuju, Jiwon, Bora, Haeyoon, Chaerin, Remi, and May. On January 21, 2019, the track “Let’s Play Cherry Bullet” served as their formal debut.
The song’s central message is to have courage and lead an independent life. Individual performers sing at the beginning of the song video, which also features seductive images.
VFX and editing are integrated to give the audience a creative universe. The clothes and makeup highlight the band’s strong personality, enhancing the song.
Watch the official music video for “P.O.W! (Play On the World)” below:
The rap verses also offer the song some much-needed variety and greater depth. Rules and stereotypes get broken throughout the lyrics. It inspires people to believe in themselves without worrying about what others think.
In addition to the vital segments, the group also performs electrifying dance numbers that make you want to dance along.
The song is kept interesting by the scenery transitioning from a darker to a lovely and upbeat flowery atmosphere. The bridge of the song, where the performers displayed their incredible vocal prowess, is the part that stands out the most.
The group’s most recent album included four b-side songs besides the title tune. These are Whistle Like That, Cloud Nine, Queen, and A Winter Star, which span several genres. The songs convey their fundamental idea and also show their more vulnerable side.
Cherry Bullet has always adhered to the “female crush” idea and has done so since their debut. Yet over the years, they have also shown off their unique talents.
The girls quickly work on solo or group projects outside their comfort zone. Since its premiere, the music video has received a large number of views, and that number keeps growing over time.