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One of the most iconic aspects of K-pop is the infectious dance routines and choreography, and fans around the world are trying their hands at the slick moves!
Shinee is particularly known for their intricate choreography with singles like "Sherlock" and "Lucifer." Check out the New York City-based dance troupe I LOVE DANCE and their brave dance cover of "Sherlock!"
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One K-pop idol who knows how catchy a simple dance move can be is Psy. With "Gangnam Style" and "Gentleman," the King of K-pop has managed to capture the world's attention with silly and infectious dance moves.
Check out this dance over of "Gentleman" by INSPIRIT, which has a whopping 3
SHINee has just unveiled a dance practice video for latest track “Everybody”.
“Everybody” is a ‘Complextro’ number with catchy melody and funky rhythm. The choreography of “Everybody” was designed Tony Testa, who also worked with the choreography of the group’s past hits “Sherlock” and “Dream Girl”.
Watch the video below:
Everybody wake up, because SHINee is officially back! The five boys have just released the music video for the title track to their fifth mini album, “Everybody.”
With its upbeat rhythm and synthesizer leads, “Everybody” provides the perfect setup for intense choreography, and SHINee doesn’t disappoint. With their intricate dance moves (put together by veteran Tony Testa, who also worked on “Sherlock” and “Dream Girl”), Taemin, Key, Jonghyun, Onew, and Minho show yet again why they’re considered some of the best dancers in the business. Futuristic backdrops complement the electro-house influences of the song, and the boys look as handsome as ever wearing a modern take on military uniforms
Getting fans more excited, SHINee has just unveiled another video teaser for upcoming track “Everybody”.
“Everybody” is a ‘Complextro’ number with catchy melody and funky rhythm. The song sings about memories of childhood which are all deeply hidden in everyone’s hearts.
The choreography of “Everybody” was designed Tony Testa, who is one of the most well-known choreographer in the world. He also worked with SHINee for the choreography of the group’s past hits “Sherlock” and “Dream Girl”.
Check out the teaser below.
Is “Everybody” ready for SHINee‘s mini album comeback? The popular group released the music video teaser for their title track, “Everybody.”
“Everybody” will be a track with a melody that anyone can easily hum to. The song is part of the new Complextro genre and will wake up whoever hears it with its exciting rhythm. The teaser shows a preview of the intense choreography and the chorus full of “Everybody.” The choreography for this song was put together by Tony Testa, a world renown choreography who has worked with SHINee before for “Sherlock” and “Dream Girl.”
The group previously released their concept trailer, showing a fierce new futuristic and artistic look
The always exciting group SHINee will be releasing their fifth mini album “Everybody,” soon, but first they held a showcase last night that only heightened fans’ thirst for the full album.
SHINee took to the stage yesterday for their “SHINee Comeback Special” amidst cheers and screams of SHAWOLS, and performed a slew of songs from previous albums and their upcoming album. The set list included tracks “Selene 6.23,” “Dream Girl,” “Sherlock,” “Symptoms,” and most important of all, new title track “Everybody.”
This showcase was not only viewable by fans in Korea, but also all over the world through a live broadcast via SMTOWN’s Youtube channel
On June 4, EXO released a special interview, explaining its first album, XOXO (Kiss & Hug).
The members talked about its transformation into wolves, even demonstrating a dance move that they hoped fans would name soon. EXO also mentioned that the choreography was made by the same person who brought TVXQ’s Catch Me and SHINEe’s Sherlock and Dream Girl.
With the collaboration of both EXO-K and EXO-M, the members were quite excited to promote in both Korea and China.
About the music video for Wolf, the members talked about both the dance and drama versions.
EXO then took turns, greeting the fans in Korean, English, and Chinese, promising exciting and surprising performances to come
After having ended promotions for "Why So Serious?", SHINee will start preparations for the release of their next Japanese full length album "Boys Meet U." Ahead of its release at the end of June, the full tracklist was revealed earlier this week.
"Boys Meet U" will be available in three different editions, including a CD Only, Limited Version and a CD+DVD release. The audio CD includes twelve tracks, including earlier released singles such as "Sherlock," "Dazzling Girl," "1000nen, Zutto Soba ni Ite...," and "Fire," along with other tracks "Password," "Breaking News," "Run With Me," and more. The DVD which will come with the release consists of the singles' music videos, a dance version of "Sherlock" and "Dazzling Girl" and a showcase movie of the latter.
"Boys Meet U" will be released on June 26th. Will you be anticipating its release?
After having made their return to the Korean stage with a two part release in the form of "Dream Girl" and "Why So Serious?," SHINee will be revealing their second Japanese full length album in June.
The new album, titled "Boys Meet U," will be available in three different versions including a regular CD Only version, a limited edition of the previously mentioned version, and a CD+DVD release. Together with the "Sherlock" and "Dazzling Girl" singles, as well as new Japanese tracks, the full tracklist for the group's 2nd full length album will contain 12 tracks. The DVD for the CD+DVD edition comes with music videos for all of the previously released singles such as "Sherlock," "Dazzling Girl," "1000nen, Zutto Soba ni Ite...," and "Fire," along with dance versions for "Sherlock and Dazzling Girl," and a showcase movie for the latter
On the May 12 episode, KBS’ “Let’s Go Dream Team Season 2” and SHINee visited the Dong Sun Jung Bo High school to compete with the school’s female soccer team. Before the main competition, a group of fans performed SHINee’s “Sherlock” in front of Minho, Taemin, Onew, and Key. They performed with all their hearts, hoping to impress their oppas.
In the middle of the song, the SHINee members got up and joined the female students, making them some of the luckiest Shawols out there. Each member performed their parts with the students and even posed affectionately together for the camera. Viewers could hear the jealous and happy screams of other fans at the school watching the performance in the background audio of the show