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Watch: Winner goes behind-the-scenes of ‘Soso’ video

Watch: Winner goes behind-the-scenes of ‘Soso’ video

Entertainment
Oct. 24 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Winner is giving fans a behind-the-scenes look at its new music video. The K-pop group shared a "making of" video Thursday from the set of its "Soso" video. The video follows Winner members Jinwoo, Seunghoon, Mino and Seungyoon as they film intense action and dance sequences and goof around in the desert. Winner released the "Soso" music video Wednesday. The video has a post-apocalyptic theme and features dramatic imagery.[embedded content] "Soso" appears on Winner's new EP, Cross, released Wednesday. The mini album also includes the songs "OMG," "Dress Up," "Flamenco," "Wind" and "Don't Be Shy." Cross is Winner's first new EP since We, released in May. The group is known for the singles "Empty," "Really Really," "Love Me Love Me" and "Millions." ...
Look: Monsta X releases ‘Find You’ video ahead of new EP

Look: Monsta X releases ‘Find You’ video ahead of new EP

Entertainment
Oct. 22 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Monsta X is back with a new music video. The K-pop group released an emotional video Tuesday for the song "Find You." The "Find You" video opens at the scene of a car crash. Flashbacks show Hyungwon enjoying karaoke with the other members of Monsta X before getting into a car with his parents. In the present, an injured Hyungwon is rushed to the hospital, and wakes up to learn his parents died. The members of Monsta X attempt to cheer Hyungwon up, but the singer is later seen sinking in water. "Find You" appears on Monsta X's EP Follow: Find You, which debuts Oct. 28. The EP is the group's first Korean release since the album Take.2 We Are Here, released in February. Monsta X released a music video for the song "Someone's Someone," which does not ap...
Look: Seventeen promotes ‘Fear’ with special video

Look: Seventeen promotes ‘Fear’ with special video

Entertainment
Sept. 19 (UPI) -- South Korean boy band Seventeen is promoting its single "Fear" with a new video. The K-pop group released a "special clip" Thursday that shows a behind-the-scenes look at one of its photo shoots. The video shows the members of Seventeen posing in sleek and elegant looks similar to the ones they wore in the "Fear" music video. "SEVENTEEN #Fear SPECIAL CLIP #1 #SEVENTEEN," the caption reads. Seventeen released its "Fear" music video and the EP An Ode on Monday. [embedded content] An Ode topped iTunes charts in 24 countries, including the U.S., Canada and Indonesia, following its release. "Fear" also debuted at No. 1 on several K-pop songs charts. Seventeen consists of S.Coups, Jeonghan, Joshua, Jun, Hoshi, Wonwoo, Woozi, DK, Mingyu, The8, Seungkwan, Vernon and Dino. The ...
Tesla driver caught on video ‘sleeping’ while car is on auto-pilot

Tesla driver caught on video ‘sleeping’ while car is on auto-pilot

Technology
Footage has emerged of a Tesla driver apparently asleep while his vehicle hurtles along a busy road in the US.The video was filmed by Alisha Gallon on Los Angeles' Interstate 5. It was tweeted by her husband, journalist Clint Olivier, who described it as a "disturbing phenomenon".In the video, Mr Olivier drives past the car, which is travelling in the middle lane. His wife can be heard saying: "He's totally asleep - this is crazy."The driver has his arms folded across his chest instead of on the steering wheel - and at the end of the video, he appears to wake up and take the wheel. Advertisement The auto-pilot feature on a Tesla allows the car to steer, accelerate and brake automatically, but the carmake...
MTV VMAs: How Missy Elliott broke the music video mould

MTV VMAs: How Missy Elliott broke the music video mould

Entertainment
Missy Elliott is almost as well known for her groundbreaking music videos as she is for the songs they accompany.The rapper, whose real name is Melissa Elliott, is set to receive a prestigious award in recognition of her innovative music videos over the last 25 years. She will take home the Video Vanguard Award at the MTV VMAs, which has previously gone to Janet Jackson, Beyonce, Kanye West, Pink, Jennifer Lopez and Michael Jackson, who the prize is named after.For her fans, who have been campaigning for her to receive the Vanguard for several years, the acknowledgement is long overdue."Her presence as a full-figured black woman bursting with creativity was the kind of representation I needed growing up," says Leah Sinclair, onli...