(PRESSREELS) The music video for singer WOODZ (Cho Seung-yeon)’ first mini-album “EQUAL” title track “Love Me Harder” surpassed 10 million views on the afternoon of the 7th.
The title song “Love Me Harder” is a song written and composed by Woods himself, which proved the aspect of an active artist by perfectly performing rap, song and performance.
The music video, which drew attention from fans at home and abroad, features a freewheeling Woods. He showed a variety of styling as well as acting as a multi-player, and increased the level of immersion among viewers from innocent to dark and intense.
The first mini-album “EQUAL,” released on the 29th of last month, is an album that started with the idea of “Cho Seung-yeon & WOODZ” and “WOODZ & Cho Seung-yeon” which is the real “me.” It features Woods’ own music color and his unconventional transformation, and has received much attention, including entering the real-time charts of major music sites right after its release.
In particular, “EQUAL” recorded a total initial sales volume of 101,963 copies (from June 29 to July 5 in aggregate), making it one of the top 15 first-time solo singers of all time, marking a pleasant start as a solo singer.
Woods will appear on SBS MTV and SBS FiL’s music program “The Show” on July 7 to stage his title track “Blue.”