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Need that confidence boost? These ten K-pop girl group songs will instantly have you feeling like a baddie!
1. BLACKPINK – Kill This Love
BLACKPINK released “Kill This Love” on April 4, 2019. Described as a “break-up anthem,” “Kill This Low” is known for its brassy electro pop and track elements. Billboard claims that the group’s girl crush has never felt more alive than with this song.
2. (G)I-DLE – LION
“LION” was released on October 25 by (G)I-DLE for their final performance on Mnet’s “Queendom.” The song shows the girls as lions, protecting the throne with fighting and patience. The song is dramatic, sober and cold, and (G)I-DLE oozes charisma like a queen!
3. aespa – Savage
aespa released “Savage” on October 5, 2021. The song talks about aespa’s worldview, with them and their avatars going to Kwangya and confronting the Black Mamba with the help of Naevis. “Savage” also tells listeners not to let anyone or anything scare them.
4. Dreamcatcher – Scream
Dreamcatcher released “Scream” on February 18, 2020. The song makes use of metaphors as commentary about online bullying. Additionally, the song allows listeners to create a mirror that leads them to reflect upon their own world.
5. CLC – Hobgoblin
CLC released “Hobgoblin” on January 17, 2017. “Hobgoblin” references a Korean mythical creature called the dokkaebi, or goblin. The song references the creature to tell the story of a girl wishing a boy would ask them out and sweep them off their feet right away and that her charms will lure the boys out.
6. 4Minute – Crazy
4Minute released “Crazy” on February 9, 2015. Lyrically, the song features the girls of 4Minute taunting the listeners with their craziness and urging them to let go and have fun.
7. ITZY – Mafia in the Morning
ITZY released “Mafia in the Morning” on April 30, 2021. In the song, ITZY compared their power to a mafia as they vow to win over their future lover. They sing about secretly stealing someone’s heart, referencing the party game Mafia as a metaphor for aiming to be caught in a relationship.
8. EVERGLOW – FIRST
EVERGLOW released “FIRST” on May 25, 2021. The members returned as “warriors from the future,” singing about taking on the world and women empowerment for this comeback.
9. Girls’ Generation – The Boys
Girls Generation released “The Boys” on October 18, 2011, making it the oldest song on the list. The song shows the members of Girls’ Generation as “sexually daring girls” who are confident in their own skin and enjoy the attention they receive from men.
10. Red Velvet – IRENE & SEULGI – Monster
Red Velvet – IRENE & SEULGI released “Monster” on July 6, 2020. The song preaches about Irene and Seulgi’s confident individuality and the monster inside them. The song also talks about the girls possessing someone and toying with them as they struggle to break free from their hold.