MONSTA X makes a remarkable comeback after five months with their "Rush Hour" music video!
Read on and see the MV.
MONSTA X Unveils 'Rush Hour' Music Video, Expected to Break Records
On November 18, MONSTA X finally released their much-anticipated album "No Limit" through different online music sites at 2PM KST.
"No Limit" is an album that contains the identity of MONSTA X that shines brighter in the age of infinite competition with the possibility of "No Limit" in any situation.
Particularly, MONSTA X's "No Limit" is the perfect result of the members who made full participation with its creation. It shows the boys took a step to a higher level as "self-produced idols."
Jooheon took charge of producing the title song "Rush Hour" after his previous work "GAMBLER," and it expresses the color of MONSTA X more deeply. The track "Rush Hour" dynamically expresses MONSTA X's confidence.
Furthermore, I.M. showed off his musical skills with self-composed songs "Autobahn" and "Just Love."
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Through "No Limit" (which also contains "Ride with U," "Got me in chains," and "I got love"), the boy group further solidifies their own genre.
MONSTA X returned with high-quality music, and they will perform a comeback stage for "Rush Hour" on KBS 2TV "Music Bank" on the same day at 5PM.
MONSTA X's Notable Musical Capabilities
MONSTA X members' skills are truly noteworthy. Kihyun has shown unwavering performance skills despite the intense choreography - he also delivers thrills with his vocals and high notes.
Minhyuk and Hyungwon also showed their growth as vocalists with their unique husky and mid-bass tones.
Jooheon and I.M. also improved their vocals. The rappers expanded their musical abilities.
"No Limit" is expected to be an album that's even more meaningful to the artist and the MONBEBEs more than ever. The title track, "Rush Hour," is about a time that has not been seen for a long time.
For promotions, MONSTA X is expected to capture the hearts of a lot of music fans through their incomparable high-quality performances.
MONSTA X Makes it to the Boy Group Brand Reputation Rankings in November.
On November 13, the Korean Business Research Institute announced the brand reputation rankings for K-pop boy groups for the month of November.
The rankings are based on the total brand reputation index that contains the analysis of media coverage, communication, consumer participation, and community awareness indexes of boy groups from the big data collected from October 13 to November 13.
The big data gathered for November is 55,812,992, which is an increase of 8.73 percent from the data of 51,330,325 gathered back in October. And MONSTA X made it into the 10th place on the rankings.
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Written by Annie Barmaine.