Seventeen showcases performance prowess once again with 'MAESTRO' music video

Seventeen unveiled the performance version music video of the title track 'MAESTRO' from their best album '17 IS RIGHT HERE' through their official SNS and HYBE Labels YouTube channel on the 6th.

Released on April 29th, the 'MAESTRO' music video portrays the concept of true creation through Seventeen's direction against the backdrop of a world where everything can be created using advanced technology, sparking various interpretations. 

The newly released video showcases Seventeen as a united group, orchestrating the world alongside diverse entities through their performance.

Particularly, the performance music video garnered enthusiastic responses from global fans for its signature powerful performance by Seventeen. 
Highlights include attention-grabbing dance breaks and performances using conductor batons, along with captivating and elaborate choreography that leaves no room for rest.


During the 'SEVENTEEN TOUR ‘FOLLOW’ AGAIN TO SEOUL' concert held at Seoul World Cup Stadium on the 27th and 28th of last month, Seventeen first unveiled the 'MAESTRO' performance, expressing their determination to showcase their relentless energy. 


They confidently stated, "We attempted to showcase unprecedented speed in our steps, hoping Carats (the fandom name) would find it refreshing."

 The 'MAESTRO' performance has also gained attention through dance challenges by famous celebrities. Various artists, including Yoo Jae Suk, HaHa, Ju Woo-jae, Park Jin-joo, Lee Yi-kyung, and Mijoo, as well as TWS, Zico, TXT's Yeonjun, and Enhypen's Sunghoon, participated in the 'MAESTRO' dance challenge.

'MAESTRO' is a dance R&B track with an impressive piano sound intro, delivering a message of "Let's come together in our diversity, lead our world, and become the best." The song soared to the top of the iTunes 'Top Songs' chart in 32 countries/regions immediately after its release, also ranking high on major domestic music charts such as Melon, Genie Music, Bugs, Flo, and Naver Vibe.