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The rising star Rhythm Power reveals its music video!

Rhythm Power, Amoeba Culture’s new concept of “idol” group for the 21st century, is grabbing fans’ heart as it officially begins its activities on broadcast.

After releasing its recording on May 3, the group began to perform in various music shows. It has listed its name as a popular keyword on search engines and the traffic on its agency’s website became excessive.

Before the release of its official album, Rhythm Power unveiled its music in advance on May 3. When they were working as an underground band with the name Radioactivity, their representative song was “Rhythm Power,” and now it has become their new title.

Even when the band was underground in 2010, the song “Rhythm Power” was dearly loved by many with its particular, fresh sound. As the group is reborn in 2012 with a fresh new debut, new lyrics and neat, abundant sound were added.

Amoeba Culture that manages the group explains the reason of remaking the song, “Because ‘Rhythm Power’ was the group’s representative song when they were underground, we thought it was a perfect fit as their first performance. Also, we wanted to let people hear the song which appeals with unique characteristics of the group the most.”

Not only the track, but also its music video is receiving explosive reactions. It has already grabbed attention with its fun teaser and a making clip. It became available on all music website and the official YouTube account of Amoeba Culture at midnight of May 4

In the making clip, there was a hint of entertainer Jung Dong Nam to appear in the music video which built even more expectations among the fans.

So far, the group had two performances and starting on May 4, it will make appearance in all three major broadcasting stations, delivering its positive energy far and wide.

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