The vid epitomizes 4Minute's earlier style as a fierce alternative to K-pop's sweet and pretty girl groups. While there's not too much going on in the video plot-wise, except for 4M playing instruments in an adorable girl band, the visual stands out for showing a different side of 4Minute that emphasized they were no one-trick pony. It certainly helps that the choreography's shimmying, hand movements and freestyle sections lend themselves to letting the girls add their own flair. As one of 4Minute's earliest videos, "Huh" solidified the act as a fashionable, badass female quintet boasting street cred and a knack for synth-pop bangers. Even the cool-mannered members Gayoon and Jihyun pull out surprises when Gayoon slaps a female dancer's behind, and eldest member Jihyun undoubtedly rocks the most memorable look in the video with her all-flower dress. Instantly reminding fans of the matured 4Minute, the vid opens with HyunA sexily strutting through a sea of backup dancers before joining up with the members. As an alternate to their spicy image, 4Minute dropped their "What a Girl Wants" video and spotlighted their soft and sweet sides. The video was extra special to fans after it was revealed that Gayoon had done the styling for it, proving that when you really get the artist involved in their work, the results are bound to be that much better. The Biz premium subscriber content has moved to Billboard.
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