HORI7ON’s pre-debut single titled “Dash” has also topped the iTunes Philippines charts
P-Pop group HORI7ON’s first music video is taking YouTube by storm since its March 22, 2023 launch. Their pre-debut single titled “Dash” has reached 2.3 million views only after five days of being on the platform.
The newbie P-Pop group’s videos has also earned praises for the talent and the quality of the music video.
“Ang angas! Ganda ng mixing and mastering quality ng track! All the best HORI7ON,” singer Sam Mangubat said in the comment section.
Running for a little over three minutes, the video shows members Kim, Winston, Vinci, Jeromy, Reyster, Marcus, and Kyler delivering their lines and showcasing powerful dance moves in various sets, including a plane hangar and an area filled with shipping containers.
In an interview with “Showtime Online U,” Marcus explains that the song is about HORI7ON’s aspirations to “reach the top” as a pop act.
Jeromy, meanwhile, says he and his bandmates were happy to release their first music video.
“Sobrang hirap talaga ng training namin, both dancing and vocal. Pero masaya kasi parang ito na ‘yong naging training namin para sa debut namin sa South Korea,” he says.
Shortly after the release, the hashtag #HORI7ON_DASH_MV topped the list of trending topics on Twitter Philippines as fans showed support for the up-and-coming group.
HORI7ON’s “Dash” on iTunes
In the boy band’s Instagram live on March 22, 2023, members Jeromy Batac, Marcus Cabais, Kyler Chua, Vinci Malizon, Reyster Yton, Kim Ng, and Winston Pineda also expressed their gratitude over topping the iTunes chart in the country.
The pre-debut single also secured spots in different countries like UAE (15th), Singapore (#30), and Denmark (#80), while its instrumental version was included in the top 20 of iTunes Philippines.
Formed through the local survival program “Dream Maker,” HORI7ON is co-managed by ABS-CBN and MLD Entertainment, the company behind K-pop groups Momoland and Lapillus.
The group is set to fly to South Korea for further training before officially debuting, ideally in June.
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