When Kpop groups or singers make a debut or comeback, they should decide on one title track that will get all the glory and attention. However, often some of their B-side tracks also deserve equal attention. Here are a few Kpop b-side tracks that deserve a music video.
Kpop B-Side Tracks that Deserve a Music Video
LE SSERAFIM – No Celestial
In October, LE SSERAFIM made an epic first comeback with ‘ANTI FRAGILE,’ which offers diverse genres in one album. The pop-rock renaissance has hit the Kpop industry, and LE SSERAFIM nails this kind of music with ‘No Celestial.’ From the chic rocker vibes combined with head-banging choreography to the encouraging lyrics, everything about ‘No Celestial’ begs for a music video.
ONEUS – FULL MOON
One of Kpop b-side tracks that deserves a music video is undoubtedly ‘FULL MOON’ from ONEUS latest album, ‘MALUS.’ The dark and sultry vibe leaves us wanting more from ONEUS. With mesmerizing falsettos and powerful rap, we can picture the choreography from this track in a music video.
(G)I-DLE – Villain Dies
With a dark combination of rock and hip hop, ‘Villain Dies’ shouts for a music video. The storytelling concept gives the meaningful lyrics an even deeper message: however good we are, we might be a villain in someone else’s life. The unique composition and chorus hook make it deserves more attention aside from the title track ‘Tomboy.’
STRAY KIDS – Silent Cry
During their group fan meeting, Kpop prominent boy group STRAY KIDS unveiled some unexpected yet outstanding choreography on their 2021 album ‘NO EASY’ b-side tracks ‘Silent Cry.’ Of course, as soon as they finish performing it, the song became viral. With the detailed choreography and the emotion delivered in the song, the ‘Silent Cry’ music video would be a chart-topper.
IVE – ROYAL
The visuals of IVE members are undoubtedly stunning in every performance. However, one of their B-side tracks that need a music video is ‘ROYAL.’ The way they deliver the song and the choreography will send this track to the stars, just like the title track ‘LOVE DIVE.’
ENHYPEN – Polaroid Love
Last year, ENHYPEN went viral not because of their title track. Their b-side track ‘Polaroid Love,’ an R&B song about an old-school story, has been used for over 600k videos on TikTok. The bright composition with ENHYPEN’s sweet vocals plus the catchy chorus made ‘Polaroid Love’ enter the MelOn Realtime chart. However, one needs to be included: a music video.
TXT – Opening Sequence
As its name suggests, ‘Opening Sequence’ is just supposed to be the opener for TXT ‘Thursday’s Child’ album. Instead, the stage performances went viral, and everything on the song -from vocals to vibes to choreography- shouts for a music video.
Red Velvet – Pose
Red Velvet always gives b-side tracks that deserve more attention in every album. ‘Pose’ is a perfect B-side track, but it lacks one thing: a music video. The funky pop sound and it-girl vibes perfectly contrast with ‘Queendom,’ the title track of the same album name.
TREASURE – U
As a party track, ‘U’ by TREASURE is a sone with all the makings of a fantastic music video. The style and super cute choreography are in line with TREASURE atmosphere. Promoted B-side with the title track ‘JIKJIN,’ it has a decent amount of airtime. But something is missing: a music video.
ITZY – RACER
No stage performances, no choreography revealed, but ‘RACER’ serves immaculate vibes. When listening to the song, we start imagining how savage it would turn out when ‘RACER’ has a music video. In contrast to ITZY’s sweet and fresh typical sound, ‘RACER’ provides some heavy EDM sounds.
NCT 127 – Sit Down!
‘Sit Down!’ from NCT 127 ‘Neo Zone’ album would bring the sickest choreography from the group. There is too much to perform on this track than only a dance preview via YouTube shorts. So, a music video for ‘Sit Down!’ is a must.
TWICE – When We Were Kids
There is little out there about ‘When We Were Kids’ by TWICE. Though, the b-side track from TWICE ‘BETWEEN 1&2’ album is an instant classic and begs for a decent music video. The nostalgic vibes and sweet lyrics would be great for a throwback music video.
BTS – Boyz with Fun
Speaking of throwbacks, let’s go back to 2015 with BTS classic ‘Boyz with Fun.’ Not to be confused with their 2019 title track ‘Boy with Luv,’ this song is cool in a uniquely BTS way. Anyone who has been lucky enough to see the group’s live performance of this song knows how much fun ‘Boyz with Fun’ has in a performance, not to mention a music video.
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