July Music Videos You May Have Missed But Should Definitely Watch Now
By Staff Writer | July 31, 2013 07:28 AM EDT
We are now halfway through the summer and July offered up some really great new releases from some of our favorite K-Pop stars.
With so many big name acts having comebacks this past month, a lot of wonderful music videos may have gone unnoticed. But no fear! We have compiled a list of ones you may have missed and are certainly worth checking out.
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Miss $ - "You were not the..."
One of the most unique and interesting videos in recent K-Pop history, Miss $, with the help of label-mate Verbal Jint, bring you inside a coffee shop in this first-person narrative video.
Dynamic Duo (feat. Muzie) - "BAAAM" [Dance Version]
Dynamic Duo made a triumphant comeback on July 1 with their seventh studio album LUCKYNUMBERS and the title track "BAAAM."
Most of us have already seen the original music video, but if you haven't seen the dance version yet, check it out.
Choreographed by Bucky, it shows off the unbelievable dancing talents of the ladies of the Woo Fam dance troupe.
A simple hip-hop track that has a simple concept for a video, both done very well.
A rotating camera follows the ever-changing scenes in a studio and makes for a music video that is, visually, very interesting to watch.
Lim Kim - "All Right (East 4A Soulful Mix)"
Lim Kim's original music video for "All Right" was certainly alright, but the remix is really cool. It is essentially the same video only animated with an art noir look and feel that is really fitting of this version.
ICON - "Rockstar"
ICON takes us back to the future, 80's style, with this sensory overload of a music video. Neon colors, flashy lights, and a disco video game concept - need we say more?
What was your favorite music video of July? Share in the comments below!
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