Signs of a bad villain surge, ‘Hurricane’ music video released
Signs of a bad villain surge, ‘Hurricane’ music video released
The group BADVILLAIN predicted a K-performance sensation.

Bad Villain released the music video for the special single 'HURRICANE' through the official YouTube channel at midnight on the 10th.

The released music video captures Bad Villain's powerful and hip charm. Bad Villain showed a kitschy look in street fashion, matching a top with wide pants, a bandana or a hat, while also appealing his sporty side in training clothes.

The powerful beat that captivated the listener's ears from the beginning, the non-stop chewy rapping, and the delicate yet powerful choreography of the seven members combined to leave a strong impression.

In particular, the end of the video shows the members looking at a rushing hurricane, foreshadowing the future of Bad Villain, who will become a 'K-pop sensation' in the future.

Already Mnet's 'M Countdown', KBS2's 'Music Bank', MBC's 'Show! Bad Villain, who showed such an overwhelming performance of 'HURRICANE' on music programs such as 'Music Core' and SBS' 'Inkigayo' that it is hard to believe that he is a rookie who debuted only a month ago, has once again set out to capture the hearts of global fans with his own performance.
Signs of a bad villain surge, ‘Hurricane’ music video released
Signs of a bad villain surge, ‘Hurricane’ music video released
Choi Ji-ye, Ten Asia Reporter wisdomart@tenasia.co.kr translated by google