SUPERM’S NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO, “100,” OUT TODAY
PRE-ORDER LAUNCHES FOR GROUP’S DEBUT ALBUM, SUPER ONE, SET FOR SEPTEMBER 25 RELEASE
WATCH SUPERM PERFORM “100” ON “GOOD MORNING AMERICA” ON AUGUST 20
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14 AUGUST 2020 (TORONTO, ON) – Today, SuperM shared “100,” the lead single from the chart-topping K-pop supergroup’s upcoming first full-length album, Super One. The anthemic track showcases SuperM’s powerful energy while challenging listeners to go after their dreams – to “go 100.” Group member Mark co-wrote and co-produced “100,” an intense breakbeat genre song layered with dubstep elements atop a dynamic rhythm and driving bass line.
Listen to “100” HERE
SuperM deliver an incendiary performance of “100” in the official video, which can be viewed HERE. The group will give the song its U.S. television debut on “Good Morning America” on Thursday, August 20. SuperM teased “100” when they kicked off Beyond LIVE this past April, the world’s first online exclusive concert series. Their two-hour performance attracted viewers from 109 countries. Originally broadcast live via Naver’s V LIVE app, SuperM – Beyond the Future is now available for on demand viewing HERE.
A positive, powerful message pervades the songs of Super One. SuperM declares, “We are all ‘Super’ beings, and each ‘One’ of us have our own power, so let’s overcome the difficulties we are experiencing with ‘One’ unified strength.” See below for track listing. Fans who pre-order the album in digital format will instantly receive “100.” Follow-up single “Tiger Inside” will be released on September 1.
Pre-order Super One HERE
SuperM brings together seven outstanding artists: SHINee’s Taemin, EXO’s Baekhyun and Kai, NCT 127’s Taeyong and Mark, and WayV’s Lucas and Ten. With the October 2019 release of The 1st Mini Album ‘SuperM’ EP, SuperM made history as the first Asian artist to debut at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The EP also topped the Artist 100, Top Album Sales, Digital Album, World Album, Top Current Album, Internet Album and World Digital Song Sales charts. In early 2020, the Los Angeles Times observed, “‘The Avengers of K-pop’ comparisons come up often, but maybe instead think of the 1992 U.S. Olympic basketball ‘Dream Team,’ with seven-part harmonies and two-hour sets of impeccable choreography.”
Source Universal Music Canada
August 14, 2020 3:50pm ET by Pressparty