MAMAMOO drops music video to their song AYA from 10th mini album TRAVEL; Fans say ‘this is stunning’; Watch

Updated on Nov 04, 2020 03:13 PM IST  |  2.7M
MAMAMOO drops music video to their song AYA from 10th mini album TRAVEL; Fans say ‘this is stunning’; Watch

MAMAMOO recently released their 10th mini album TRAVEL with a music video for their title track AYA! AYA is composed by RBW’s Kim Do Hoon and Lee Sang Ho, and Moonbyul also took part in the composition and lyric-writing for the song. Dramatic variations are placed throughout the song, providing an interesting listen. The lyrics are as powerful as the song and compare love to a cavity that must be taken out.


Of course, as soon as the music video was live fans flooded the comments section with lots of reviews. One said: “This mv is perfect. I have no words to explain how good the song is. So are the visuals. wow, absolutely stunning choreography and dance,” while another added: “I'm still not over Dingga yet, and now Aya...I am not mentally or physically prepared...After watching the teasers, I have concluded that the song is gonna slap. So later on in the day when I'm prepared to take that slap, I'll go watch it”


Watch the full music video to AYA below:



If you didn’t know, Mamamoo is well known for its retro, jazz, and R&B concepts and vocal performances. They formed in 2014 with four members: Solar, Moonbyuk, Wheein, and Hwasa. Known particularly for their funky pop songs, Mamamoo surprises the audience with a powerful pop ballad Paint Me (2017) that emphasizes the group’s soulful side.


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Anonymous : I love Mamamoo because they show that you don't have to be beautiful to sing, but that it's by singing that you become beautiful.
REPLY 2 10 months ago
Anonymous : I am amazed by their new album Travel. Every song on the album shows their very versatile vocal ability : Moonbyul and her increasingly clear and rhythmic rap, Solar and her perfect control between high and low notes, Wheein and her vibrant technique between low and high, Hwasa and her voice both raspy and velvety. All with unique dances by Dinga and Aya giving even more meaning to their words! Mamamoo just keeps evolving and impresses us at every comeback. I want to thank RBW for giving so much freedom to Mamamoo and to make Korean music progress and amaze us.
REPLY 5 10 months ago