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NiziU finally debuts with a colorful MV for ‘Step And A Step’

Their entire music video screams of freshness and youth!

JYP Entertainment’s first-ever Japanese girl group NiziU finally debuted with a colorful music video for ‘Step And A Step’.

The 9-member girl group showed off a fresh look in their debut single which talks about being okay to take small steps to succeed.

J.Y. Park, who founded the group through a survival show, created the track himself.

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On June 29th, NiziU first released their predebut song ‘Make You Happy’ which now gained 174 million views on YouTube.

Recently, the group gained recognition for Best Dance Award at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan 2020. -Hallyulife.com

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