(G)I-DLE - 'Nxde' Music Video REACTION
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As soon as the music video was released, criticism poured in, criticizing leader Soyeon for the line distribution. They believe that she gave her teammates unfair treatment for Nxde, as she was one of the co-creators of it.
(G)-IDLE will soon make a comeback with their mini album I love. Their title track is titled \"Nxde\" for which the lyrics were penned by Jeon Soyeon and it's music video will be out on October 17. In an interview the girls said they wanted to show the real them and for this they strip completely naked. So it is bound to attract attention and some fans may or may not like it. (G)-IDLE Talks About The Success Of 'Tomboy' And Hopes For The Group's Future.
You can have the best theme and music video in the world and it still doesnt guarantee the song will be good, especially when the song is more concerned with making sure Soyeon gets her 3rd solo section instead of a good final product.
Miyeon was a former YG trainee, from 2010 to 2015. She was originally supposed to debut with the girl group BLACKPINK, but failed to debut and left the company. Soojin was a former trainee under DN Entertainment in 2015. She was a member of pre-debut girl group VIVIDIVA, but left before the group's official debut. Her stage name was N.NA. Minnie, Yuqi and Shuhua appeared in the promotional video of Rising Star Cosmetic in June 2017. Shuhua made an appearance with labelmate Yu Seon-ho in 10cm's \"Pet\" music video in September 2017. Minnie featured in Line Friends' album \"Dance Party\", which was released in November 2017. From February 2018 to March 2018, Miyeon and Minnie made four cover videos under Dingo Music Youtube Channel. Yuqi also appeared in the short video of Dingo Music.
In July, (G)I-DLE held their first U.S. performance during the annual KCON convention and music festival at Javits Center, New York City. They later held a live showcase at the Mainabi Blitz Akasaka on July 23. The showcase sold over 1,000 tickets with an attendance of 1,500 people. It was reported that around 15,000 applied to attend but due to the capacity limit of the venue, some could not make it. On July 31, (G)I-DLE debuted in the Japanese market with the release of their EP LATATA. On August 19, (G)I-DLE and makeup brand Kate collaborated to release a spin-off music video of \"LATATA (Japanese Ver.)\".
On October 4, (G)I-DLE performed first-time as a main headliner at the Spotify On Stage Jakarta. They were one of six acts including Rich Brian, ATEEZ, and more. On October 5, the group appeared on Immortal Songs 2, a KBS reality television singing competition. This marks the group's first appearance on the program. They performed a rendition of Koyote's \"Sad Dream\" as a part of the group's 20th anniversary. (G)I-DLE performed \"Put It Straight (Nightmare Version)\" for Queendom's \"Fan-dora's Box\" round. The stage performance reached one million views after 14 hours of release, and placed fourth in the round. On October 25, (G)I-DLE released \"LION\" as part of the Queendom Final Comeback EP. The live performances of \"LATATA\" and \"Fire\" surpassed 11 and 13 million views by November 2019 alone, respectively. (G)I-DLE finished the show in third place. \"LION\" became a sleeper hit after gaining popularity on their stage concept of \"The Queen's Royal Welcome\", re-entering the real-time charts of various music sites. A music video for it was released on November 4. The video surpassed 5 million views in two days. The song debuted at number 13 on the World Digital Song Sales and peaked at number 5. Simultaneously, the single rose eighty-nine spots to number 19 on the Gaon Digital Chart and topped China's QQ Music Korean Song chart for two consecutive weeks. On December 21, (G)I-DLE performed their hit singles at the 2020 Tainan Christmas & New Year Eve Party at Tainan City, Taiwan. Their stage was recorded the highest tide of the event of an appearance of 80,000 people.
On April 6, the group released their third mini album titled I trust with \"Oh my god\" as its lead single. The album consists of five songs including an English-language version of the title track. In conjunction with the release of I trust, (G)I-DLE had signed with Republic Records to help highlight and push their individuality into the U.S. marketplace. The album had over 91,311 pre-orders, making it their then most pre-ordered mini album, and became their highest selling album by selling 100,000 physical copies in three days. I trust debuted atop the Gaon Album Chart becoming (G)I-DLE's first number-one album in South Korea and achieved their highest-ever position on Billboard's World Albums chart at No. 4, and set the highest record for a South Korean girl group to have topped iTunes Top Albums chart in 62 countries worldwide. The music video for \"Oh my god\" broke their personal record by amassing 17 million views within its first day of release, and was nominated for the 2020 MTV Video Music Award for Best K-Pop Video and BreakTudo's International Music Video. The song also marked the first time the group has appeared on the Scottish Singles Chart and charted at number 97, becoming only the third K-pop artist and the second female act to appear on the chart. (G)I-DLE's live promotions for \"Oh my god\" won four music show awards, as well as their first grand slam public broadcast win on KBS' Music Bank, SBS' Inkigayo and MBC's Show! Music Core. On May 6, (G)I-DLE broke into Rolling Stone's Top 25 Breakthrough chart as the only K-Pop group to chart for the month of April at the top 20 spot with a unit growth of 3.3 million and over 5.5 million total on demand audio streams in the U.S.
In May, (G)I-DLE released the official English version of their debut song \"LATATA\" on May 15. On May 31, the group announced that they would be joining the 32-artist lineup at KCON:TACT 2020 Summer on June 23. The group were expected to release two albums in the second half of the year, including digital single according to EBest Investment & Securities Co., Ltd researcher. Their postponed world tour was cancelled, and instead (G)I-DLE held a live online concert of the same name on July 5. They performed songs from their debut album, as well as Minnie and Yuqi's composed song \"i'M THE TREND\", with a live audience of 11,000 paid real-time viewers. Subsequently, the group released the digital single, along with its music video on July 7 as a special present for their fans.
On August 3, (G)I-DLE released its first single album DUMDi DUMDi, with the title track of the same name. With this release, DUMDi DUMDi ranked second best selling girl group single album in history with 94,587 initial sales. However, the song had a slow rising on the Gaon and Billboard charts. It debuted at number 27 and 15 on the Gaon Digital Chart and the US Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart, and later peaked at number 8 and 13, respectively. On iTunes, the song became their most-number-one song in 42 regions around the world. The music video for \"DUMDi DUMDi\" garnered over 17.6 million views in a single day, breaking their previous record with \"Oh my god\". The group ended the promotions winning first place for two weeks in a row on Show Champion, M Countdown and Inkigayo, becoming the group's most-winning title track. On August 26, they made their first Japanese comeback with the release of their second extended play, Oh My God, along with the Japanese version of \"Oh my god\", \"Uh-Oh\", \"Senorita\", \"DUMDi DUMDi\" and an original Japanese track titled \"Tung-Tung (Empty)\", which was composed by Minnie. On August 27, Miyeon and Soyeon reprised their roles as Akali and Ahri in K/DA for the song \"THE BADDEST\" which features American singers Bea Miller and Wolftyla. It was also announced that they would be featured on the title track \"MORE\" with the original lineup of K/DA, along with Chinese singer Lexie Liu. It was released on October 28. Both songs charted at number one on Billboard World Digital Song Sales, and were included in K/DA's first EP ALL OUT.
(G)I-DLE announced in December 2020 that they would be making a comeback on January 11, 2021, with their fourth mini album, I burn, and its lead single, \"HWAA\". According to Hanteo Chart, I burn debuted at No. 1 on the daily album chart with 75,510 copies sold. The album also debuted at No.1 on Gaon Retail Album Chart with 59,086 copies sold. The music video for \"HWAA\" scored 10 million YouTube views in 29 hours after it hit the streaming site. Two days later, the album was reported to be charted on the iTunes Top Album charts in 51 countries, including the Netherlands, New Zealand, Canada, Russia, Brazil, Italy and Finland. For the first time since their debut in 2018, all songs from I burn was charted in Melon chart. \"HWAA\" topped domestic charts and attained commercial success on Billboard charts, peaking at number 5 on K-pop Hot 100 and number 8 on World Digital Songs. Besides that, \"HWAA\" achieved 10 music show wins, highest since their debut in 2018. (G)I-DLE was awarded a triple crown for \"HWAA\".
It was reported on February 17 that (G)I-DLE were preparing for a comeback. On February 24, their first full-length album titled I NEVER DIE was announced. It was released on March 14, 2022 with the title track \"TOMBOY\". It became the group's first chart-topper in South Korea on both the Gaon Digital Chart, the K-pop Hot 100 as well as South Korea's Billboard, where it remained for two, three and two consecutive weeks, respectively. On March 24, the group managed to achieve \"Perfect All-Kills\", where a song topped on the top 100 in several domestic music sites. Collectively, it spent 167 hourly becoming the second group to achieve PAK that year. Meanwhile, the B-side track \"MY BAG\" became the group's highest charting B-side, peaking at twenty-two on the weekly Gaon Digital Chart, thirty-four on the K-pop Hot 100, and nine on South Korea's Billboard chart. That same month, the group released a remix version of \"TOMBOY\" by Dutch-Moroccan DJ R3HAB on May 20. A visualizer vi