[MHN Go Nari reporter / translated by Jung Halim] Group ENHYPEN released a dance performance video for their fans on 'Let Me In (20 Cube)', releasing a refreshing energy.
On December 23rd, ENHYPEN uploaded an image on their official Twitter, along with the statement, "I want to open engine's window, the Nemo I was looking for", referencing the lyrics of their track 'Let Me In (20 CUBE)'. Both seemed to be teasing new content for group.
Following this, the group uploaded the holiday dance performance version video for 'Let Me In (20 CUBE)' on their official Youtube channel. They wore festive but casual attire, giving off a performance that matched the feel of what they were wearing. Their teamwork oriented dance moves, along with eye contact and hand hearts gave their performance an energy not seen before on stage.
'Let Me In (20 CUBE)' is a refreshing reggae track with a hip-hop feel, linking a hexagonal aquarium with the world that they attempt to relate to.. Wanting to be let into the area of their lover, it also adds to the story of boys who want to get into the world of adoration.
ENHYPEN are from BE:LIFT LAB, a partnership between Big Hit Entertainment, the rising label and the owners of BTS and Tomorrow x Together, and CJ ENM. They debuted on November 30th, and their debut album 'BORDER : DAY ONE' sold 318,528 copies on its first day, along with hitting the top of the Japanese Orion daily album charts, and the iTunes 'Top Album' chart in Japan.
ENHYPEN have also had three tracks go on the Billboard charts, having them earn the title of 'The best newbies of 2020'.
ENHYPEN release holiday dance performance of 'Let Me In'!
ENHYPEN upload 'Let Me In (20 CUBE)' dance performance with a festive mood on their Youtube channel