After releasing her collaboration with Riff Raff and Diplo earlier this year, the thumping rap banger "Dr. Pepper," South Korean pop artist, fashion industry muse, and 2NE1 star CL has been gearing up for her solo stateside debut for months now. Today, we get the first taste of all that behind-the-scenes work with "Hello Bitches." And yes, the work has paid off.

Composed by producers Jean-Baptiste and Teddy, the fierce track premiered today on Noisey along with a bombastic dance video featuring the same dance colorful crew as Justin Bieber's "Sorry" video. Musically, "Hello Bitches," which is being billed not as a debut solo single but a "street single" (or buzz track) from CL herself, is basically an electrifying fusion of k-pop, trap, and electro slayage. Existing at the intersection between 2NE1, Brooke Candy, and Rihanna, it's an infectious banger that goes hella hard and definitely belongs on the dance-floor.

However, it's the Los Angeles-filmed video that really turns the most heads here, with CL looking unbelievably sexy and fierce as she stomps around an empty warehouse with her girl gang, tearing up Asian stereotypes by rapping unapologetic declarations like, "Hello Kitty getting hella old / Want me to luh him long time, and I tell him no!"

It's bossy, it's bold, and it's an unabashedly aggressive anthem from the "baddest female" in k-pop—and soon to be world. Take a look:

Move over, American pop stars—CL is finally here, and she's taking names.

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