The 6 Korean queens of bullying have returned to bully the competition off the charts after a full year free of musical comebacks and full of personal drama. “Number Nine“ is their big return. It’s produced by longtime producer Shinsadong Tiger, (Roly Poly, Lovey Dovey, Sexy Love), and has that T-ara feel to it. It actually shares it’s production with sub-unit T-ara N4‘s single Countryside Life, except this one is way toned down and way more commercial than N4’s clusterfuck masterpiece.
The video finds 6-ara doing a very simple dance in a simple set in simple outfits. It’s really nothing special visually, but T-ara look flawless and it’s nice to have them back. It’s kind of a shame that a group known for having some of the most memorable and catchy dance routines in K-pop history have comeback so softly, but I am sure there will be a crazy repackage track full of fun coming within months of this release because this is CCM after all.