In the midst of making history and breaking records, K-pop super group and worldwide phenomenon Monsta X share a new song entitled “LOVE U” and a powerhouse remix of their recent international hit “WHO DO U LOVE?” featuring French Montana by none other than the legendary of The Black Eyed Peas. Get both HERE via Columbia Records.

“LOVE U” highlights the inimitable vocal interplay between the group’s members as hypnotic harmonies bounce over buoyant production. Everything builds towards the cheeky, clever, and catchy chorus, “I really wanna love you, but I can’t say the word I want to, because they won’t play it on the radio, but I know you know.” Meanwhile, adds a new dimension altogether to “WHO DO U LOVE?” Not only does he flip the beat, but he provides his own slick and swaggering verse. In addition to clocking a cumulative total of 22 million streams, the original has been rising the chart at Top 40 Radio heading towards Top 25. This achievement cemented Monsta X as “only the second K-Pop group ever to enter the Top 40 Airplay Chart.”

Alongside the two new tracks, Monsta X has a monumental weekend ahead as they become “the first male K-Pop group to perform at a major music festival in the United States,” gracing the Fremont Stage of Life Is Beautiful in Las Vegas, NV on Saturday, September 21. They will also be the first K-pop group ever at Life Is Beautiful and will also be the first K-pop group in history to hit the stage at iHeartRadio Music Festival the same day. On September 25, they perform on The Ellen Degeneres Show.

They have also just been announced as official TogetherBand ambassadors. #TOGETHERBAND champions the UNITED NATION’s 17 Goals for a sustainable future. To learn more, visit

After emerging as a phenomenon around the world, Monsta X formally landed in America and translated this momentum stateside throughout a massive 2019. Right out of the gate, they joined forces with Steve Aoki for the English-language collaboration “Play It Cool,” which tallied 30 million-plus total streams, held a prominent spot on the Billboard Hot Dance/Electronic Songs Chart, and earned critical praise as Idolator proclaimed, “It’s a feast for the eyes and ears, and a reminder why Monsta X is one of the hottest acts on the planet right now.”

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