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ITZY is ‘CRAZY IN LOVE’ in a Gen Z aesthetic music video for ‘LOCO’

I’m gettin’ LOCO, LOCO

ITZY has finally released their first full studio album “CRAZY IN LOVE” with its lead single “LOCO” on September 24, 2021 at 1 P.M. KST, along with a stunning music video. 

“CRAZY IN LOVE” marks the 5-member girl group’s successful return to promotions after promotions of their previous EP “Guess Who”, and a South Korean release before their Japanese debut under Warner Japan. The album consists of sixteen songs, including an English version of its lead single, “LOCO”. 

“LOCO” is described in an article by Soompi as a “neo fusion groove track” that combines the elements of fusion groove, Latin dance, moombahton, and trap beats. Its lyrics talk about a rollercoaster of emotions thanks to the feeling of love. 

MIDZYs around the world also went “LOCO” for ITZY’s comeback, promotions, and visuals. And truthfully speaking, they’re not wrong.


ITZY was honestly insane for this comeback, and their entire album is fire. 

Watch their bold and colorful MV here.


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