CL's "Hello Bitches" were given a silent remake from a couple Dutch video makers.
House of Halo, the pair of video makers who are accountable for the #WITHOUTMUSIC series on YouTube, released an altered edition of CL's song video for "Hello Bitches." The team took CL's music video and remade it without any of the background music video.
What resulted is a soundtrack of squeaking leather, stomping, smacking, and an imitation of the song itself.
"One of the maximumasked videos of the beyond weeks used to be 'Hello Bitches' or some other K-Pop video, so we just had to listen, because this video is awesome!" wrote Area of Halo in the video's description. "So much dancing, so much leather clothes.. very best for a #withoutmusic."
The most cherishedremark on Residence of Halo's Facebook page, with more than 1,000 "likes" describes the video: "They sound like they are having sex."
House of Halo has also prior to now released #WITHOUTMUSIC versions of different Korean songs, adding Psy's "Daddy."
Fans commented at the video asking forfurther #WITHOUTMUSIC versions of K-pop songs.
The most neatly liked video on the pair's channel is the #WITHOUTMUSIC version of Pharrell's "Happy," followed via a #WITHOUTMUSIC version of Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars' "Uptown Funk."
Since being uploaded to Home of Halo's channel on Monday, the #WITHOUTMUSIC version of "Hello Bitches" has been viewed by just about 200,000 other peopleround the globe.
Erik van der Ven and Eline Vera de Reus are the creators of the series and convey their determine of Amsterdam.
Watch the #WITHOUTMUSIC version of "Hello Bitches" rightHERE:
Tamar Herman is a multi-media journalist and the co-founder of KultScene. She is a freelance creator and reproduction editor, and has written for MTV Iggy, Noisey and Paste Magazine.
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