B.A.P have made their third comeback this year with ‘EGO’ their eighth single album and the title track ‘Hands Up’.
As we predicted from the teaser clip that was released, ‘Hands Up’ has all the markings of being an anthem.
The song is an electronic hip hop track with a strong trap beat that has a fist-pumping, rock infusion at its heart. The vocals are strong and perfectly suited to the sound of the track, Yongguk‘s rap gives the track an intensity that fits well with the overall message of the song.
The lyrics deliver an inspiring message, encouraging people to break away from the walls of prejudice that keep them locked up and unable to find their true self.
In the MV, the members of B.A.P take the impressive choreography to a desolate urban location and put the attitude and swagger they’re famous for on full display.
Watch B.A.P in their new MV for ‘Hands Up’
And, in a special bonus, B.A.P have dropped the Japanese version of the music video for ‘Hands Up‘. It will be the group’s ninth single release in Japan and is scheduled for release there on January 3, 2018.
Watch B.A.P’s Japanese version MV for ‘Hands Up’
What do you think of B.A.P‘s song ‘Hands Up‘? Do you like the music videos? Have you listened to ‘EGO‘ yet? Let us know in the comments below.
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Written and edited by Narelle
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