Seventeen Want To Be Your 'Source Of Strength'

Seventeen Want To Be Your 'Source Of Strength'

the opening time you're exposed to the K-pop superstars of Seventeen, you could wonder: Why are there only 13 of these? Let order member Joshua to explain.

"We're the sum of 13 members, made up of three units: our hip-hop unit, vocal [unit], and efficiency [unit] that perform as one categorize he told MTV. "So, 13 plus 3 plus 1 equals Seventeen."

"We have 13 brains that work with each other member DK added. "I think this serves as inspiration for each other, as well."

needless to say, the group's fans, referred to as Carats, already know this. And based on the year Seventeen has had, folks across the globe are rapidly finding out just what members S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon, and Dino are capable of, also. They released two EPs in 2021, June's Your Choice and October's Attacca. Because the MTV Push artists for December, and also the initial K-pop act featured for a MTV Push campaign, Seventeen are already looking ahead to what they can accomplish in 2022.

"Being able to share songs and show performances that uplift and supply comfort especially in tough times like these is how we reciprocate all of the passion and support from our fans," Wonwoo told MTV News. "And this is one of the things I personally find most fulfilling."

"I want to show these performances directly to you in person and be in the same space with each other with our fans once again in 2022," Mingyu told MTV News.

due to the continuous pandemic, touring remains tricky. Seventeen have not performed a usual large arena show since February 2020, though their performances for their MTV Push showcase demonstrate their onstage skills. In particular, "Rock With You" explodes with the propulsive collective energy that a 13-person order can bring; the experience almost feels incomplete without seeing the choreography they make use of to exhibit showcase the song in its entirety.

It's all segment of a constantly evolving process, Woozi says, that seeks to best show off the power of the categorize as one unit: "While recording and finalizing, we had to do a lot of experimentation to find the correct key for all of the members."

"Through the lyrics, we tried our best to talk about and convey the power of love," S.Coups added. "We wanted to send a message to the listeners that Seventeen will be next to them as a source of strength."

"Crush," meanwhile, displays a more dance-pop sensibility — something Hoshi mentioned made the song a dazzling possibility to work on different extremes. "I think it was the hard-hitting beat and the pop-style melody [that drew us in]," he said.

The result is although another captivating entry into the ever-expanding world of Seventeen. Catch the order breaking down the making of "Rock With You" and get to know them further in the interview above.

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