Rookie Girl Group XG Surpasses 10 Million Views on Debut Video


Last Friday (8th), XG’s debut music video surpassed 10 million views. The impressive number came less than a month after its release, evidencing that the formula to success lies in the artists’ creativity and abilities, which were already expected by fans even before the official debut. “Tippy Toes” mixes popular rhythms like hip hop and R&B, while the visuals and choreography impress with a cool and bold concept. 


After selling out their physical albums less than 48 hours after the pre-release, XG is gathering attention for its unique path and style, reaching iTunes’s Top 7 in seven countries, including Japan and the USA. This put the group in evidence on the Japanese Billboard through the “Heatseekers” chart, reaching the 4th position and celebrating them as one of the fastest rising rookies.


As a gift for fans, the group released ”Tippy Toes MV | Behind The Scenes” on their YouTube channel, showing a more intimate perspective of the shooting process of the music video, including unseen comments and interactions among the seven members of the group. 


Released on March 18, the “Tippy Toes” music video is the long-awaited debut of the girl group XG, managed by global entertainment company XGALX. The first teasers about the members, dance performances, and covers released left a mysterious aura around them. The innovative method attracted many international fans and allowed XG to start its career with a clear artistic identity.


Now up to 11 million views, the music video is available on XG’s official YouTube channel, along with all the pre-debut content. The song is also on all streaming services around the world.

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Source: KoreaIN

Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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