Since their debut with “Bad Girl, Good Girl,” Miss A has put forth an image of boldness. It didn’t matter if they were falling in love, ending a relationship, or declaring their independence. They always went for strong instead of cute.
Unfortunately, their singles since “Goodbye Baby” have fallen on the weaker side, lacking the oomph of their rookie days. While the music video for “Touch” was aesthetically driven, a change from their previous music videos, it wasn’t enough to disguise the fact that the song was lacking. And while “I Don’t Need a Man” stepped it up, paired with weaker choreography than we usually see from them, “I Don’t Need a Man” was disappointing.
But early last month, over a year since their last release, Miss A returned with “Hush,” and it’s clear that they are finally heading back to a stronger sound