Crayon Pop’s “Uh-ee” MV Surpasses One Million Views in One Day
Girl group Crayon Pop’s new music video for its new track, “Uh-ee” has reached over one million views in just one day.
On April 1, the “Uh-ee” music video was posted on the group’s official YouTube channel at midnight. The video has received over one million views just after one day.
The “Uh-ee” music video shows the members of Crayon Pop appearing at a boring party dressed in outfits made out of ramie fabric with red bandanas covering their heads. They take over the party and liven up the mood with their performance.
Cameo appearances by singers Kim Chang Ryul, Bumkey, comedian Yoon Sung Ho, and boy group K-Much adds on another fun element to the music video.
“Uh-ee” is a track aimed to give encouragement and hope to the modern day people who are tired from the living their every day routines. It is an upbeat and exciting song.
Meanwhile, Crayon Pop will begin its activities with Mnet’s “M Countdown” airing on April 3. The group has also been invited to be the opening act for Lady Gaga’s North American tour.