BTOB 'Beep Beep' + EXO 'Growl' Choreography = Magic

By Annie | February 26, 2014 03:49 AM EST

EXO 'Growl'
BTOB 'Beep Beep'

Is there something magical about SM Entertainment choreographers?

Long time fans of SM idol group SHINee have probably seen more than a few videos circulating the internet of the group's "magical dances" with choreography that seems to match up with a wide range of other popular songs - everything from international stars like Lady Gaga and Katy Perry to other K-Pop idols such as f(x) and B.A.P.

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Now it seems that SHINee's secret dance powers have rubbed off on their label-mates EXO.

Recently a video has gone viral among K-Pop fans that mashes up the new BTOB single "Beep Beep" with EXO's choreography for "Growl" - and the two fit together with surprising harmony.


The video, posted to YouTube on February 21 by user 'ermaslawl1' has already been viewed more than 150,000 times and has started a inquiry from fans wondering if other EXO dances match up with different songs.

A fun new way to enjoy K-Pop music videos, expect to see others begin to surface in the coming weeks as fans search for more "magical dances" among SM's stars.

Check out the 'Beep Beep with Growl MV' above and let us know what you think of the mash up in the comments section.

Also, check out some of the SHINee videos below if you haven't already!




Tagged :  BTOB, EXO, SHINee

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