SEVENTEEN, selected as a leading US music media ‘2021 Occupy K-Pop Artist’

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Group Seventeen (S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, The8, Mingyu, DK, Seungkwan, Vernon, Dino) is receiving rave reviews from leading overseas media outlets.

On the 14th (local time), the leading American music media, Consequence of Sound, announced Seventeen as ’10 K-Pop Acts That Dominated 2021′ through the official website. selected

Quant Sequence of Sound explained, “Seventeen released several albums through the ‘Power of Love’ project this year and has been running without a break.” “The two albums released this year, ‘Your Choice’ and ‘Attacca,’ both entered Billboard’s ‘Top Album Sales chart at No.

In addition, he evaluated, “Seventeen’s fandom, Carat, showed a particularly enthusiastic response to the title song ‘Rock with you,’ which radiates explosive energy.”

S.Coups, the leader of SEVENTEEN, said, “I first appeared on an American TV show through ‘The Late Late Show with James Corden’ in early January of this year. After that, we were able to showcase our performances through several shows such as ‘The Kelly Clarkson Show’ and ‘The Ellen DeGeneres Show,'” he said.

Coups continued, “In April, I was nominated for the Billboard Music Awards’ Top Social Artist category.

I am sincerely grateful for all the achievements I have achieved this year,” he said to his fans.

Seventeen showed an endless record streak, accumulating various records this year. The 9th mini-album ‘Ataka’ achieved a million-seller for five consecutive years, becoming the only artist to record the first-week million-seller for two consecutive years this year. has built

In addition, SEVENTEEN is the first K-pop artist to select an artist every month and participate in the ‘MTV PUSH’ campaign that focuses on global artists through interviews, performances, music videos, and digital content released on TV and digital channels for a month. Selected as an artist, the title song ‘Rock with you’ showed the potential of a ‘global K-pop powerhouse,’ including being listed in ‘2021 Best K-Pop Song’ selected by TIME, an American weekly magazine.

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