Sassy and Brassy!
The MV is pretty good. There's a lot of old-world Hollywood glamour and lounger-singer sass in it. I love the backdrops and stages, and the styling is great. I especially love this hair color on her for some reason (I also just really like this hair color, period, but I do think it works especially well for her). I'm not a huge fan of the choreography, most of the MV doesn't have any at all and the parts that do make me really want to see more. There is something to be said for saving the show for the Lives, but without a plotline to watch, the cuts of Ailee just standing about looking gorgeous don't feel entirely warranted. The choreo is worked into the plotline of the song, not overwhelmingly so but it definitely is, and that makes me feel that the choreo is the more interesting thing to watch.
Finally, a lot of people have been comparing her to Beyonce, calling her Korea's version. I can see some of the reasoning behind it, she is definitely a Queen in her own right and she's done great covers of Beyonce's songs. At the same time, I see much more of Christina Aguilera in her. There's a certain bright and brassy tone in her voice that I feel matches Ailee's better than Beyonce's and Christina's predisposition to old-school Holly-Glam seems much more akin to Ailee than Beyonce's showstopping diva thing. Listening to this in close conjunction with the Moulin Rouge OST (particularly Lady Marmalade) might have something to do with my thoughts.
Anywho, solid release, great vocals on a great track with a great MV. ^_^