iKONICs were in for a big surprise with the release of the second M/V teaser.
Yang Hyun Suk had said multiple times the teasers for this comeback were going to be powerful, but the warnings fell short of the actual impact they had upon release.
The 20 seconds long video happened to include a completely unexpected strong EDM beat in the chorus and, as promised, we got a sneak peek of the sharp and deadly choreography.
Which means: DanceKON is back! Check it out for yourself down below.
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The Dance Practice Video for the fan gift single, Rubber Band is here and as usual DanceKON delivers!
The boys are smooth and slick with their formations in a choreography that has them elongating moves and bouncing low. The choreo is cleverly reflective – just as the lyrics are – of the feeling of being stretched and released like a Rubber Band!
No matter how many times we see them dance iKON always impresses! One is filled with questions like when did they even learn the choreo for a song they only recently finished recording? How long must they have practiced? How amazing are they?
We are looking forward to finding out who the choreographer behind these smooth, stretchy moves is! Until then don’t forget to like and share the video!
Update: iKON will kick off Rubber Band promotions from Sunday, March 11th on Inkigayo!
iKON is coming back boys and girls, and with comeback there is likelihood of us enjoying iKON’s awesome dance moves.
There has been some talk among iKONICS about possible choreographers working with iKON and everyone is curious; will it be Parris Goebel again or someone new.
We took a look at past choreographers that worked with YG and who knows maybe among them is the choreographer for iKON’s comeback.
We are starting with the queen of choreo herself, Parris Goebel. Out of all the choreographers that worked with YG artists she is the most well known one and deservedly so as she worked on some of the most iconic songs that came out of YG; Big Bang’s Bang bang bang, Taeyang’s Ringa Linga, CL’s Hello Bitches. She has also worked with iKON on Rhythm ta and Bling Bling.
But to iKONICS the favorite collab with iKON is probably Team B’s pre-debut performance of her choreo to Get like me. There is no doubt that Parris and iKON go really well together.
Keone and Mariel Madrid, dancing and choreographing wife and husband couple. Mariel did choreo for 2NE1 Clap your hands.
Keone worked with Se7en while he was still a YG artist on his Better Together comeback. Keone is one of the better known kpop choreographers as he has done choreo for many prominent boy groups. He also recently joined the dance crew Kinjaz.
On the subject of Kinjaz, iKONICs encountered some interesting information on the website of one of the members, choreographer Vinh Ngyen.
Could he be the new choreographer for iKON?
Shaun Evaristo is probably best know for his work with Taeyang on “Wedding Dress” and “I Need A Girl”.
Kyle Hanagami is one of the most recent choreographers to work with a YG artist as he choreographed Black Pink’s Boombayah.
Question is will iKON continue to work with Parris (and we do love them together) or are we in for something new?