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Touch down! EXO have transformed into college football players in their latest new music video.
Today, June 3, the mega group released their music video for "Love Me Right," which sees the EXO boys show off a fresh new concept as they wear American football kits and college uniforms! (EXO also released a Chinese version of the single and video).
As is always with EXO’s videos the dance choreography is slick to perfection, but there's still a very noticeable change -- "Love Me Right" is the first video from the group that doesn’t feature former member Tao who left the group in May, joining Kris and Luhan, who left last year due to reported contract issues with SM Entertainment.
But despite now being a nine-piece act, EXO's presence is still stronger than ever. As of today the boys’ second album "EXODUS" - which was repackaged and rereleased today as "Love Me Right" -- has gone platinum and sold a combined total of over 1.1 million copies.
The group broke it’s own record as "EXODUS" reached a million copies sold in two months compared to seven months it took for their first album to sell the same number of copies!
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With album sales over three times faster than their last, and having just taken over 18 trophies from Korea's hits music shows, it’s looking to be quite the summer for EXO.