[HD] (SNSD 소녀시대) Hoot 훗 (Fingerstyle Guitar) - Bram Kustaas





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Published on Jan 24, 2013

Acoustic fingerstyle guitar cover version of Girl's Generation (SNSD) song "Hoot". Performed by Bram Kustaas. Credit goes to Sungha Jung for the arrangement.

Recording equipment:
Canon EOS 7D (Camera)
AKG Perception 120 USB (Microphone)

"Hoot" is the lead single from Hoot, the third EP of South Korean girl group Girls' Generation. It became the 9th hit song for the group, topping various off- and online charts. "Hoot" was released on October 25, 2010.

"Hoot" is a dance-pop song whose theme is about a lady warning her blunt boyfriend not to take his eyes off her.
The song was originally titled "Bulletproof" and written with English lyrics. It was composed by Danish songwriter-producers Martin Michael Larsson and Lars Halvor Jensen, of DEEKAY, together with British songwriter Alex James, with the intention of creating an "exciting up-tempo record for a female artist or group". The song demo was written and recorded in the UK, with Nina Woodford singing the vocal, and then finished and mixed in Denmark. Their publisher, Pelle Lidell of Universal Music Publishing, successfully pitched the song to S.M. Entertainment for Girls' Generation. Jensen later told HitQuarters: "We knew it was a strong record and a lot of the time you have to be patient until you find the right artist to cut it at the right time. Girls' Generation were that match." The song was then translated into Korean, but incorporated some of the original English words such "trouble, trouble, trouble".
Rino Nakasone Razalan was the choreographer of the song.

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