It won't take you long to fall for these guys
18 Jul 2019 - 2:00 PM  UPDATED 18 Jul 2019 - 2:17 PM

ATEEZ have earned the reputation of monster rookies thanks to their rapid rise since debuting in October 2018, that's seen them perform sell-out shows in Europe and the United States.

The KQ Entertainment boy group first got buzz from the public when they shared short performance videos on YouTube - back when they were called KQ Fellaz. One of those vids even went viral with people desperate to find out who they were.

Fast forward less than a year and ATEEZ are on stages worldwide, performing with the kind of passion that makes you want to see it irl.

If you don't know what we mean yet, just watch one of the videos below and you're going to fall for ATEEZ. Hard.

1. KQ Fellaz Performance I

It's the video that started it all and with good reason.


Intense music, passionate dancing, impeccable style - what else could you want?

3. Boy group medley

Four members - Yunho, Mingi, Wooyoung and San - demonstrating power vs sexy with BTS, Wanna One and NCT songs. You're welcome.

4. "Promise" in Russia

The boys take themselves to the streets of Russia to perform their track "Promise", and we just wish that could happen where we live.

5. KQ Fellaz Performance II

This parking lot has really given us so much quality ATEEZ content.

6. Zombie "Pirate King"

Look, we don't know why they're zombies, but somehow it works? The synchronicity is wild to watch, that's for sure.

Now tell us, have you fallen for ATEEZ yet?


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