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‘Ateez & Xikers Collaborate for Pop-up Event at the Grammy Museum’

K-pop enthusiasts have a special treat waiting for them at the GRAMMY Museum with the unveiling of their latest exhibition, “KQ ENT. (ATEEZ & XIKERS): A GRAMMY Museum Pop-Up.” This exhibit marks the museum’s first event in a series of exhibitions and programs dedicated to the growing phenomenon of Korean pop music, also known as K-pop. On display until June 10, 2024, are the outfits and props used by KQ Entertainment’s two K-pop boy groups, ATEEZ and xikers.

ATEEZ, an eight-member South Korean group also known as “A TEEnager Z,” burst onto the scene in October 2018 and have captivated audiences worldwide ever since. Fans of the group can see firsthand the outfits and props from their music video “미친 폼 (Crazy Form)” from their 2024 album “THE WORLD EP.FIN: WILL.” ATEEZ expressed their excitement, stating, “It’s an honor to have pieces from our latest music release displayed at the GRAMMY Museum, where so many wonderful artists have left a piece of their musical history.”

Meanwhile, xikers, a multinational group of ten boys, including nine Korean members and one Thai member, have also left their mark on the K-pop scene. Their name, a blend of the unknown variable “x” and “hikers,” symbolizes their journey through infinite time and space. Fans of xikers can admire the band members’ outfits from their latest music video “We Don’t Stop” and various props from their previous mini-albums. Junghoon’s outfit from their debut EP performance of “도깨비집 (TRICKY HOUSE)” is also featured. With gratitude, xikers shared, “We’re so grateful for the opportunity to have our pieces displayed alongside our labelmate and seniors ATEEZ, as well as so many amazing artists that we’ve grown up listening to.”

Overall, the GRAMMY Museum’s latest exhibition offers fans a unique glimpse into the world of K-pop through the fashion and props of these talented groups. Don’t miss this chance to experience the magic of ATEEZ and xikers up close!

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