Over three years since PH Entertainment boy group MVP debuted in 2017 with the energetic glitch pop hit “Take It,” members P.K and Kanghan have returned with a surprise special collaboration entitled “Call Me Right Now.” The new track was released on July 13th.
The electronic-pop song features deep house elements, a melodic piano riff, and an addictive, pulsating bass line. MVP’s leader Kanghan showcases his charming voice throughout the track, while rapper P.K’s charismatic and engaging deep tone elevates the song to an even more sophisticated level.
The music video was directed by ZANYBROS. Meanwhile, P.K was in charge of the choreography and participated in writing the lyrics and worked on the costumes. In an interesting concept, Kanghan doesn’t appear in the music video at all, with P.K taking on the leading role throughout the entirety of the performance as the rapper even lip syncs the vocal parts flawlessly.
A collaboration project between MVP’s company and Korea’s Myongji University (notable for its famous alumni which includes many Korean idols and celebrities), the news of the release was first announced on July 8th via P.K’s Instagram account.
He shared that the project was a good opportunity, describing it as a valuable experience and expressing his hopes that viewers enjoy the music video as he worked hard on it. He also stated, “[MVP] will be back as a group soon, so please look forward to it~~!”
Check out the music video below!
Justin is an avid K-pop fanboy and a lifelong lover of music with a passion for sharing his love of underrated and lesser known groups. Finding a new appreciation for music during these recent times, he has been enjoying getting acquainted with new artists and rediscovering classic favourite songs from the past.
MEDIA: PH Entertainment