The K-pop trend in Pakistan only seems to be increasing! With the growing fan base in the country, youngsters are craving for their fav bands to visit Pakistan – one such boy band heard the prayers.
Last month, ‘Blitzers’ was in Pakistan, and this news had everyone curious, were they here on vacay? A concert in the pipeline? Or was it just a hoax? Turns out, the boys were here to record their new track ‘Hit the Bass’ which has taken over social media!
Not only does the number compel you to move to the beat, it also portrays the colourful heritage of Lahore – where it was shot. From the Badshahi Mosque to the truck art, the boys dancing in the magical city is a sight for sore eyes.
The homage also features food streets, a wedding hall, and all the right ingredients to make a super hit video. Moreover, in just two days of its release, the music video has racked up 1.4 million views on YouTube.
Expressing how they feel about the song, social media users took to Twitter to share their favourite scenic shots and to send some “much-deserved” love to the band.
Pakistanio ye dekho aisy krty hain Pakistan ko represent 💚🇵🇰#BLITZERS #HitTheBass https://t.co/ABOXKLPfpN
— I W𝑶NH𝑶 Y𝑶U 💙🇵🇰 (@wh_mxot7) July 20, 2022
“As usual, Blitzers didn’t disappoint. Hit The Bass is insane with Wooju’s high note and rapping and the choreography was so powerful too. The music video was so good as well. It made me so happy seeing Pakistan there, it’s so pretty and I love that they shot it here.” – writes another K-pop fan.
AS USUAL BLITZERS DIDNT DISAPPOINT HIT THE BASS IS INSANE?!? WOOJUS HIGH NOTE AND THE RAPPING AND THE CHOREO WAS SO POWERFUL AND THE MV WAS SO GOOD TOO (it made me so happy seeing Pakistan djfjcjsjchd its so pretty and i love that they shot their mv there)#BLITZERS#HitTheBass pic.twitter.com/fFFZLIURqz
— starry ⩜⃝ (@jwy_aurora) July 20, 2022
Another one pointed out that Pakistan’s truck art and wedding halls are now world-famous!
After Mughal architecture, our shadi halls and buses getting attention!!!!Pakistan as seen by the @WUZO_BLITZERS. https://t.co/7wC5tWuIPj
— Zofeen Ebrahim (@zofeen28) July 22, 2022
ohh my God this is so big for pakistan https://t.co/lbpYMdpMa6
— ibn-e-Adam⁷ (@SIMP4MYOONGI) July 18, 2022
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Blitzers was formed by Wuzo Entertainment in 2021. The group consists of seven members: Jinhwa, Go_U, Juhan, Sya, Chris, Lutan and Wooju. It debuted on May 12, 2021.