Cherry Bullet return with trap-inspired single, “Hands Up”

Their first release featuring a new lineup.

K-pop rookie group Cherry Bullet have returned with a brand-new song titled “Hands Up.”

The energetic trap-inspired number, which samples Beethoven’s “Für Elise,” was co-written by their labelmate Jimin from AOA, who also participated in penning its rap verses. “Slap your knees, then hands up! / On your own stand up! / What’s the point of talking a lot? / Vroom, vroom start the car,” the group cheer on the chorus. The song arrived alongside a sleek visual that stars the girls as employees of a stylish tech firm.

“Hands Up” is Cherry Bullet’s first release as a seven-member group, following the exit of members Mirae, Kokoro and Linlin in December. The girl group made their debut last year with “Q&A” and followed it up with their Love Adventure EP, which featured the single “Really Really.”

Watch the video for “Hands Up” below:



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