Hip is clearly a self-empowering song just based on the lyrics directly addressing the hate comments Mamamoo got. But I came across an interesting observation on the MV today, just thought I'd share. Mamamoo chose the professions to play themselves. Aside from the roles fitting their personalities, 2 things stood out to me. Moonbyul's roles were usually male-dominated (director, choreographer, CEO). Hwasa as a mother is unexpected since most companies won't even touch the idea of idols dating. I just appreciated how she chose to highlight motherhood as important. Former 9 Muses Sera also talked about seeing Mamamoo as feminist icons in Korea and leaders of the corset-free movement. At the end, she shares her interpretation of the album and concept.