MOOMOO you need to keep a box of tissues by your side, as Hwasa drops her beguiling music video of her track “LMM”!
Hwasa unveiled her latest music video for her emotional ballad track, “LMM,” and it is honestly everything fans hoped for and more. The track is part of her smashing first solo debut album titled, María.
The songstress released the enigmatic and ethereal video today. Giving off a lot of those Katniss Everdeen – esque (Hunger Games) vibes, Hwasa looks regal like a princess warrior.
Dressed in all white, the vocalist looks like a breathtaking vision as she belts out her dulcet notes with panache. The overall look of the music video is very cinematic as the singer sits at the edge of a pool overlooking the horizon in a house that replicates the structure of a flower.
Scenes such as Hwasa hiding from the arrows and being trapped as she surrounded by a thousand arrows speak volumes of how she feels as though she feels like running away and hiding because she feels attacked from every end so much so that when she fights back and shoots an arrow from her end, it only comes back and stabs her at the end.
Hwasa has also voiced a similar notion in her title track, “Maria” as well, wherein scenes like pencils like daggers being pointed at her like knives refer to the situations when she has faced the brunt of netizens and media taking jibes at her.
With a solemn expression, Hwasa begins singing and when she does, listeners are sure to experience something soul stirring. The track showcases the MAMAMOO singer’s vocal range in the finest way imaginable.
Her effortless breathy tones are fluid and faultless, her pristine high notes are sure to that leave listeners captivated while her soft tones add a beautiful layer to the overall melody.
The song has a very orchestral tone to it and is composed of a predominantly piano and violin based melody. Hwasa’s vocals are in focus on this song and shine brightly than ever. “LMM,” expresses the emotions of when someone loses the course of their life or a special person. They keep reaching out for more without realizing that in the process they are losing themselves.