The music video for girl group f(x) member Amber’s “Shake That Brass” became the most-watched K-pop music video in the U.S. for February, according to Billboard.
The 22-year-old singer topped the list with the video clip for the lead single “Shake That Brass” of her solo debut EP “Beautiful,” released in February.
Also, the American-born Chinese singer’s video for the EP’s eponymous track earned her the No. 3 spot on the list.
A still from the music video for “Shake That Brass” by Amber. (SM Entertainment)
4Minute nabbed second place with the video for “Crazy,” followed by Zion.T and Crush’s “Just” and VIXX’s “Love Equation.”
The U.S. music site based its list on data compiled by the global video streaming site YouTube.
“Shake That Brass,” featuring Girls’ Generation leader Taeyeon, has garnered more than 6 million views as of Sunday.
By Ock Hyun-ju (firstname.lastname@example.org)