Ready to have some fun with Hyorin in “Paradise”?
After dropping her pre-release tracks “Love Like This” and “One Step“, SISTAR’s leader Hyorin has finally made her solo comeback with title track “Paradise (파라다이스)”. The music video was made public at midnight today (Tuesday, 8th November), alongside her 1st mini album “It’s Me”.
Excluding the title and pre-release tracks, “It’s Me” also records a total of 3 more songs, including “Get Out (꺼져)”, “Dope”, and “Slow”, which features rap verses from Monsta X member Jooheon. Hyorin herself took part in the composition of several tracks, and is credited as the lyricist in “Love Like This”, “One Step”, “Get Out”, “Slow”, and “Dope”.
Unlike her previously released tracks, which are mellow and slow, “Paradise” is an upbeat song which highlights the vocalist’s dancing skills. Throughout the music video, we see her showing off her sexy and sultry side and dropping some moves in several places, like a tropical forest, bathroom, and a fiery stage.
Hyorin debuted in 2010 as a member of Sistar, and formed a sub-group, Sistar19, with fellow member Bora in 2011. She then made her debut as a solo artiste in 2013 and showed her talent in rapping in Unpretty Rapstar Season 2. After weeks of competing, she emerged as the 2nd runner-up, after rappers Truedy and KittiB.