‘Shut Down, a song from the album Born Pink by Blackpink, was released on September 16. On September 19 Blackpink’s performance video for ‘Shut Down’ was released on Blackpink’s official YouTube channel.
Earlier in the music video, the performance was shown only partially but this is the first time that the entire performance has been made public. In the video, one can see the girls doing the moves with perfection.
World-class choreographer Kiel Tutin worked with Kyle Hanagami, TarynCheng, and Leejung from YGX to produce the dance performance for “Shut Down.”
The three minutes video will surely make the viewers tap their feet along with the girls. The song has been at the top of music charts worldwide since its release, and the new video provides fans a complete glimpse of the four members’ dancing moves throughout the furious choreography.
The background is simple yet modish. The synchronization of the moves of the background dancers with the leading ladies is perfect. From the expressions to the poses, everything is smooth and striking.
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Here you can see The whole group of Blackpink grooving in the Shut-Down Music Video.
The official video of the song ‘Shut Down’ has surpassed 84 million views since its release. Even the performance video in just 18 hours has got more than 13 million views. The craze for the group Blackpink can be seen in its viewers. The group is known to be famous worldwide.
The official music video of the song depicts them having fun together, and the song depicts them feeling like the “K-Pop queens.” There are references to earlier Blackpink music videos and easter eggs throughout the video.
In a scene where Lisa takes the wheel of a vehicle, it resembles the scene from the song “Whistle” where Rosé was behind the wheel. Additionally, the music video also recreates the famous scene from “Ddu-Du Ddu-Du” where Jennie is seen rapping while holding pink shopping bags atop a military tank.
Similar to the rapping scene from “Boombayah”, Lisa can be seen performing rapping while seated in front of speakers and black bags filled with pink money. In another scene, we can see a reference to the song ” Kill This Love” where Rosé drives the car herself alone.