HyunA is no stranger when it comes to suggestive lyrics and provocative choreography. In fact, the rapper/singer has been a sex symbol since debuting with the kpop group 4Minute. Let’s face it, this chick knows how to turn the sexy on. Her recent summer release “Bubble Pop” has garnered plenty of attention both negative and positive. The song’s been a hot topic for discussions since it hit the airwaves. To be honest, I wasn’t into “Bubble Pop” from start and didn’t quite get the hype surrounding it, but I’ve just read that the Korea Broadcasting and Communications Review Committee (KCC) has issued a notice stating that the song is far too inappropriate. As a a result HyunA’s record label, Cube Entertainment, has decided to end the song’s promotion prematurely.
A representative from Cube released the following statement:
“The KCC called the music show PDs to discuss whether it was possible to change HyunA’s choreography. However, it was too short of a notice. Also, considering how the dance itself is a major element of her performance, there would have been no point to altering it.”
All I have to say about this is why now? They didn’t realize how “hot” this song was the moment it was released? or was it that because of it’s growing popularity that they’ve decided to put an end to it now? I mean, “Bubble Pop‘s” been out for over a month now and has even gained over 10 million views on YouTube. I’m just saying. Anyways, HyunA will be moving towards promoting a follow-up track instead later on this month.