Brave Girls have officially released ‘Chi Mat Ba Ram’, the title track of their much-anticipated mini-album, ‘Summer Queen’.
In the energetic music video, the girl group celebrate the return of summer and head to a beachside resort to enjoy the holidays. The quartet play a game of volleyball, go shopping and have a couple of drinks, before ending the day with a large dance-off in front of the sunset.
“The wind is blowing to me now / The lovе is coming to me, yeah, yeah/ Thе sun is shining here so bright / It’s a beautiful starry summer night, yeah,” Brave Girls sing on the chorus. The song also features a reference to their viral hit ‘Rollin’.
‘Chi Mat Ba Ram’ is the title track from the group’s new mini-album, ‘Summer Queen’. The five-track project also features an English version of ‘Chi Mat Ba Ram’, alongside ‘Pool Party’ with E-Chan of boyband DKB.
‘Summer Queen’ is the quartet’s first project since they went viral earlier this year with their 2017 song ‘Rollin’’, which eventually topped South Korea’s Gaon Digital Chart. The project will also be the girl group’s first mini-album in over four years, and their first new material since the 2020 city pop-inspired single ‘We Ride’.
Brave Brothers, the group’s producer and the CEO of their agency Brave Entertainment, originally shared a sneak peek of Brave Girls’ forthcoming music video back in May. The hitmaker previewed the visual with a blurry image from the set of the music video that featured the girl group performing on a beach, alongside a troupe of backup dancers.
Brave Girls achieved widespread popularity earlier this year after their 2017 song ‘Rollin’’ went viral in South Korea. The track has since topped the charts of several streaming platforms, including Bugs!, FLO and Melon.