K-pop sensation ENHYPEN is making waves beyond their usual domain. The septet has teamed up with Nickelodeon and The Pinkfong Company for a musical collaboration that’s set to be a splash hit.
A new wave in K-pop collaborations
Following their recent successes in the K-pop, beauty, and fashion scenes, ENHYPEN is now venturing into the world of animated movies. The group is joining forces with global stars like Cardi B, Offset, Lance Bass, and Ashley Tisdale for Baby Shark’s Big Movie.
This collaboration features a music video where ENHYPEN members – Jungwon, Heeseung, Jake, Sunghoon, Jay, Sunoo, and Ni-Ki – showcase their versatility by performing as both themselves and a boy band of beluga whales. It sees the members delivering inspiring oceanic-themed lyrics, resonating with fans and the younger audience alike.
The music video for Keep Swimmin’ Through is set in an underwater wonderland as well as the real world. The video includes scenes from the movie, where characters like Baby Shark are singing and dancing along to the song. With catchy lines like “So don’t give up when the tide turns against you, you know you got friends in the deep blue,” the song is set to be a chart-topper.
Check out the colorful, uplifting music video below:
What’s next for ENHYPEN
The collaboration doesn’t stop at the music video. ENHYPEN will also perform Keep Swimmin’ Through at the 97th Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade on November 23, 2023. The group will also ride on Nickelodeon and Pinkfong’s Baby Shark float during the parade. The float will also include a 25-foot-long Baby Shark balloon.
Fans can also look forward to ENHYPEN’s new mini-album, ORANGE BLOOD, which drops on November 17. ENHYPEN member Jake mentioned in a recent interview with Billboard that it’s “our best album to date.”
With the winter premiere of Baby Shark’s Big Movie on the horizon, ENHYPEN’s Keep Swimmin’ Through will feature prominently across Nickelodeon platforms and stream on Paramount+. The group’s continuous ventures into diverse domains hint at their ambition to be global icons, transcending the boundaries of K-pop.