SEVENTEEN’s Hoshi New Solo Song ‘Tiger Power’
South Korean boyband SEVENTEEN’s Hoshi has surprised his fans with the new solo song ‘Tiger Power’. This new track has an unexpected meaning behind it.
The K-pop idol released the new song through SEVENTEEN’s official YouTube channel. The song has a laid-back tune that features fun lines like: “Stop teasing me by calling me ‘hamster’ / It’s really annoying because I’m a tiger, so don’t do that.”
The track also appears as a reference to a long-running joke between Hoshi and CARATs. It seems the singer prefers to be called “tiger” as he declares in the new song. 1after releasing the song Hoshi tweeted pictures of himself. He shared the photographs with emojis representing “tiger versus hamster” as the caption.
This is not the first time Hoshi has expressed his love for tigers. He even coined the term “I Tiger You” (“Horanghae”), which combines the word for “tiger” (“horangi”) and the phrase “I love you” (“saranghae”) in Korean.
The singer also used the catchphrase in ‘Tiger Power’. It opens with the lyrics: “I Tiger You / Good morning, hello / Good morning to you.”. Earlier the Hoshi has expressed his love for tigers. He even coined the term “I Tiger You” (“Horanghae”). The term combines the word for “tiger” (“horangi”) and the phrase “I love you” (“saranghae”) in Korean.