Watch MONSTA X smash through the 'Rush Hour' with a sporty and captivating comeback with 'No Limit'

The lads of MONSTA X have been preparing for a return like no other, emphasising the necessity of making a comeback with another Korean mini-album, 'No Limit,' which will be their tenth in their discography.

As MONSTA X returns with their typical intensity, the world anticipates another slicing choreographed performance with a sound that we are sure will be played over and again in the days to come. "Eat this," I.M begins, and they devoured it.

The recipe for a MONSTA X hit single is a heavy band sound combined with a'skewer' dance, inspired by fellow member Shownu's renowned meme. 
During the online media showcase, the five members discussed how they were determined to work harder in order to fill the void left by Shownu's military service.

MONSTA X's ascension to the top during the 'Rush Hour' is all the more inspiring given their incredible perseverance over the previous six and a half years. The guys also mentioned their supporters, who eagerly anticipate any news from the lads and always go out of their way to encourage them. 

MONSTA X is gearing up for the release of its second English album, 'MONSTA X: THE DREAMING,' which will be released on December 8 in South Korea and December 9 and 11 globally. The lads will also perform at the iHeartRadio Jingle Ball, which will take place on four stages in Philadelphia (December 13), Washington, DC (December 14), Atlanta (December 16), and Miami (December 17). (December 19).

Check out the music video for ‘Rush Hour’ below.

 

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