Sullyoon attracts attention with her new solo cover video.
On July 29, JYP released a cover video of Sullyoon on the official YouTube channel of NMIXX. Sullyoon makes fans’ hearts flutter by showing off her beautiful voice and innocent yet mysterious visuals. Sullyoon commented under the video, “I like BLACKPINK’s song ‘STAY’, so I often enjoy listening to it and humming it. I wanted to let you hear the version that I sang, and I hope that you will listen to it a lot because it seems to be the perfect song for the current weather. Thank you always.”
Fans left comments praising Sullyoon’s cover:
- “I didn’t know Sullyoon could sing this style, she sounds really good”
- “It’s amazing that she has such a charming vocal color”
- “Both Sullyoon’s visuals and vocal tone are excellent”
Recently, JYP’s rookie girl group NMIXX is attracting fans through various video contents. On July 23, they did a group karaoke on their official V LIVE channel and sang different K-pop hits. Not only did NMIXX flaunt their praiseworthy singing skills and extraordinary vocal colors, the members also exuded a cheerful energy that excited viewers.
In addition, with her wit, NMIXX’s leader Haewon recently established herself as an ‘entertainment star’ through her live broadcasts where she introduced playlists to fans. Together with Lily, Sullyoon, Jinni, Bae, Jiwoo, and Kyujin, NMIXX is emerging as a talented group representing the 4th generation of K-pop.
Earlier in February of this year, NMIXX debuted with their first single album ‘AD MARE’ and the title track ‘O.O’. Prior to their debut, the seven members received a lot of attention through introductory videos that gave a glimpse of their vocal and dance skills.
After their official debut, NMIXX continued to show great vocals and performance skills on every stage, proving themselves to be an ‘All Ace Group’ with 7 dancers, 7 vocalists, and 7 visuals. NMIXX’s 1st single album ‘AD MARE’ recently surpassed 100 million streams on Spotify, and the MV for ‘O.O’ reached 82 million views on YouTube as of August 3.