EXO's Dance Practice Video For 'Growl' Leaked Online?
By Staff Writer | July 27, 2013 03:29 PM EDT
On July 27, 2013, EXO's dance practice for their upcoming music video "Growl" was leaked through the internet for download. In the video, we witness the entire dance including all of the members, first dancing in two groups, not necessarily EXO K and M, then all together in the end. There are also logos layered over the entire video.
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It also shows the members wearing gigantic nametags stuck to their torsos. I suppose it wouldn't be a fair judgment to review the dance right away from something that wasn't meant to be seen by the public just yet, but from what is seen in this practice video, the EXO members are about to deliver once again. When it comes to dances and choreography, EXO never fails to impress. It's not so much that they usually have one obvious point, but it's the whole dance that goes well with the song. And it's especially great to watch considering that the members dance so well together.
It seems like a lot of their practice videos are easily being leaked lately, Wolf being one of them. The music video is said to be aired on August 1 of this year, so the practice video could not have been leaked at a better time.
Watch EXO's teaser for 'Growl' Grrrr...
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