South Korean band ENHYPEN are reaching new heights and ENGENE are here for it. Considering the group debuted only two years ago, it cemented its reputation in the K-pop music industry.
From winning Rookie of the Year at multiple awards shows in 2021 to receiving New Artist of the Year (Asia) at the Japan Gold Disc Awards, the septet have won a million hearts.
The fourth generation band graces the dance floor with elegance and enthusiasm like no other. They have given fans some of the best cinematic concepts and experiences through their art form. Their music videos are always top notch, with unique themes and compelling visuals.
So, let’s take a look at ENHYPEN’s most-watched music videos as of July 12, 2022 that left fans in awe. They have been listed in ascending order, from least consulted to most consulted.
FEVER, Give-Takeand more: Top 5 most viewed ENHYPEN music videos, ranked in ascending order, as of July 2022
5) Blessed-Cursed – 39.2 million views
The pop-rock number was released on January 10, 2022, as the title track of their repackaged album, DIMENSION: RESPONSE. The clip of Beni-Cursed has around 39 million views and over 2 million likes as of July 12, 2022.
The theme of the music video is retro and it encapsulates the vibes of the 90s. The wings on the wall, the fisheye lens, the blurry aesthetic of the chair, and the overall cinematography fit the theme perfectly. The band’s attempt to give it a modern twist makes it all the more fascinating.
4) Let me enter – 40.8 million views
This catchy track was released on November 30, 2020, as part of ENHYPEN’s first mini album. BORDER: FIRST DAY. It has garnered over 40 million views with its catchy choreography and uplifting music.
Starting with an overview of each member one by one, the Let me enter the music video offers stunning visuals. Although the lyrics convey it as a love song, the concept digs deeper and presents an aura full of suspense.
3) Give-Take – 64.6 million views
Give-Take is the first single from ENHYPEN’s first mini-album, BORDER: FIRST DAY. The track was released on November 30, 2020 and had over 64 million views as of July 12, 2022. The boy band won acclaim with this debut song as fans showered them with praise.
The pop track is all about following your destiny. The artists attempt to convey the importance of overcoming complex emotions and growing together even when the future is uncertain and unclear. Their strong resolve to overcome uncertainties is well reflected in the concept of the music video.
2) Fever – 79 million views
With over 79 million views as of July 12, 2022, Fever is the third track from ENHYPEN’s second mini-album, BORDER: CARNIVAL. The R&B track was released on April 26, 2021 and served fans with amazing vocals, ad-libs, visuals and choreography.
A glamorous extravaganza, the music video captured the emotions of the members quite well. It deals with the changing atmosphere around K-pop idols after their debut in the industry. They also feature metaphorical references to the themes of desire, pain, and pleasure with their lyrics.
“I can’t touch you, ever, but I’m attracted to you. The more I hurt, the more I want you.”
1) Drunk-Dazed – 82.9 million views
Featured as the title track of ENHYPEN’s second mini-album BORDER: CARNIVALthe music video has garnered 82.9 million views as of July 12, 2022. It was released on April 26, 2021 and has been a fan favorite ever since.
The main setting of the music video is a party where the members drown in pleasure. Showing extraordinary energy and dynamism in their choreography, ENHYPEN delivers a scintillating performance, with elements of suspense and thrill making the experience even more immersive.
The fast camera work gives a “drunk-dizzy” effect, justifying the title. From the pastel green room to the beautiful fountain, the video is a visual treat.
Meanwhile, ENHYPEN is now the fastest growing and youngest K-pop group with two million albums sold. According to Hanteo Chart, the band’s third mini-album, MANIFESTO: DAY 1, which sold 1,241,112 copies between July 4 and July 10, the first week after its release. The boy band’s first million-selling album was DIMENSION: DILEMMA.