Unique solo artist OOHYO has released her new track ‘Papercut’ in both Korean and English!
OOHYO is a female solo artist from South Korea, that is currently based in London. She is unique in the fact that much of her music is a mesh of both English and Korean language, and her sound is described as an explosion of synthpop, mixed with k-pop and indie.
The official MV for both versions feature animated keyboards, with human hands controlling them as the song changes. The album cover art for the track was created by famed Japanese art director Kotaro Okusu.
‘Paper Cut’ is a colourful pop song about past injuries. It has an electronic sound, and OOHYO’s charming voice adds a mysterious and dreamy flair. Check out the English version below!
“PAPERCUT” ENGLISH VER.
OOHYO has said that she wanted to express her joy and appreciation for the painful wounds people face through her new song. She also mentioned that she wanted to cheer everyone up, especially those who have lost their laughter. Check out the Korean version of ‘Paper Cut’ below!
“PAPERCUT” KOREAN VER.
OOHYO’s mix of indie, k-pop and synthpop has drawn much attention since her debut album ‘Girl Sensibility’ in 2014. Since then, she has gone on to release plenty of new music, including her latest album ‘Pizza.’ We can’t wait to see what she has in store next!
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Written by: Heather Clement
Edited by: Tracey
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