MONSTA X Releases A Fiery Music Video For The Japanese Version Of “Love Killa”
MONSTA X slays, chills, and kills in this fierce music video for the Japanese version of their lethal lead track “Love Killa”!
MONSTA X unveiled a mesmerizing music video for the Japanese version of their spectacular track “Love Killa”. The latest video spotlights the group’s striking visuals in a supercool and filmic style.
In the latest music video, the bedazzling boy group spellbinds with their breathtaking visuals that shine amidst the cinematic concept. From stunning monochrome stills to theatrical frames, MONSTA X truly shines throughout the music video.
Additionally, the members not only leave viewers speechless with their bold demeanor but also with some of the most dynamic dance moves. It wouldn’t be an exaggeration to state that there isn’t a single moment in the video that will have fans take their eyes off of MONSTA X.
Each of the members exude confidence and floor with their radiating charisma. From dazzling in striking red suits to donning some edgy ensembles, the group impresses with one stylish look after another. The intense setting, the outfits, and the fierceness all scream power. In the video MONSTA X showcase that they are the ‘love killas’ on the prowl to capture hearts with their wild charms.
“Love Killa” is the leading track from the group’s recent release FATAL LOVE. The album, as well as the track, enraptured fans with its versatile sounds and styles. Soon after their comeback, MONSTA X proved that they are indeed the kings of K-pop after winning two crowns on SBS MTV’s THE SHOW and on MBC’s every1’s Show Champion.
Moreover, they recently made history and won their very first Daesang for the “Stage of the Year” award at the 2020 Asia Artist Awards. MONSTA X further reiterated their global powerhouse status after topping Hanteo Chart’s Global Chart for November for FATAL LOVE as well.
Meanwhile, MONSTA X will be showcasing powerful stages at the year-end awards ceremony. Furthermore, member Joohoney will be revealing the performance of his track “PSYCHE” for the very first time at the “2020 The Fact Music Awards” as well.
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