Cravity (Korean크래비티; RRKeuraebiti) is a South Korean boy band formed by Starship Entertainment. The group is composed of nine members: Serim, Allen, Jungmo, Woobin, Wonjin, Minhee, Hyeongjun, Taeyoung, and Seongmin.[3] They debuted on April 14, 2020, with their extended play, Season 1. Hideout: Remember Who We Are.

Cravity
Photo of Cravity in June 2022
Cravity in June 2022
From left to right: Minhee, Taeyoung, Hyeongjun, Allen, Serim, Seongmin, Wonjin, Woobin, and Jungmo
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2020–present
Labels
Members
  • Serim
  • Allen
  • Jungmo
  • Woobin
  • Wonjin
  • Minhee
  • Hyeongjun
  • Taeyoung
  • Seongmin
Websitecravity-official.com

The group was dubbed as "Monster Rookies" in 2020, who "emerge as a global artist that attracted attention of the fans globally."[4] They became the first 2020 rookie artist to debut on the Billboard K-pop Hot 100, and earned numerous awards including "New Artist of the Year" at the 12th Melon Music Awards, "Best of Next" at the 2020 Mnet Asian Music Awards, and "Rookie Award" in the 4th Soribada Awards.[5]

History edit

Pre-debut edit

Prior to the group's debut, Jungmo, Wonjin, Minhee, and Hyeongjun participated in the show Produce X 101 in 2019, representing Starship Entertainment, along with Moon Hyunbin. In the finale, Jungmo and Wonjin placed at ranks 12 and 19 respectively (without taking into consideration the 'X'-position), missing the cut-off for the show's debut-lineup. However, Minhee and Hyeongjun placed at ranks 10 and 4 respectively, thereby making them members of the debut line-up and members of the group X1. They promoted with the group until their disbandment on January 6, 2020.[6][7]

In March 2020, Starship began unveiling the new nine-member boy group that the agency would debut, revealing the group's name to be "Cravity". Cravity's name is an amalgamation of the words "Creativity" and "Gravity" that implies bringing you into their universe with their unique charm. Cravity, which also stands for "Center of Gravity", contains the ambition of achieving the best performance and best stage presence when all members gather together in perfect balance.[8] In the same month, Starship confirmed that Cravity would be making their debut on April 14.[9]

2020: Debut with Season 1. Hideout: Remember Who We Are and Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into edit

Cravity debuted with the extended play Season 1. Hideout: Remember Who We Are on April 14, 2020, which debuted and peaked atop of Gaon's Album Chart. On the day of the album release, Cravity held their first ever showcase through Naver V Live, where they reached 1 million viewers.[10] The music video for the lead single "Break All the Rules" from the same album has surpassed 10 million views six days after its release. The song has also peaked in seven regions on iTunes, including the US and Japan, while the album placed in the top three of 12 regions, peaking at number four on the Worldwide iTunes Albums Chart.[11][10] In addition, the album is reported to have shipped over 100,000 copies in the month of April 2020, making them the best-selling South Korean rookie artist in 2020, as of August 2020.[12][13]

 
Cravity in May 2020

On April 29, Cravity appeared on a live broadcast through Naver entitled 'Cravity X LieV," reminiscing about their precious times with global fans, to which they recorded 370,000 live viewers despite the late hour of the broadcast.[14] Cravity entered and peaked on the Billboard Social 50 Chart at number 12. They are the fifth fastest South Korean group to enter Social 50, as well as being the only South Korean rookie artist to chart on Billboard's Social 50 in 2020 at the time of their debut.[15] On June 17, Cravity released a music video for their song "Cloud 9", a track previously included in their debut extended play. They subsequently began music show promotions for this song.[16][17][18]

On August 5, Cravity announced they would be making their first comeback with their second extended play Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into on August 24, 2020, with the title track "Flame". This album will feature lyrics written by members Serim and Allen.[19][20][21] On August 13, at the 2020 Soribada Best K-Music Awards, Cravity won the "New Artist Award", their first award since debut. On August 24, Cravity released their second album, Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into. The EP contains seven tracks, including the lead single "Flame". The album has topped the Japanese Tower Records' album chart and ranked first on seven regions on iTunes.[22][23]

On September 1, Cravity had their first music show win on SBS MTV's The Show with "Flame" with the song also debuting at number 97 on the Billboard Korea K-pop Hot 100 chart on the chart issue dated week of September 26.[24][5] On September 14, the group formally released their official light stick, which they called "Remembong."[25]

Cravity on October 9 held an exclusive on-tact fan meeting 'Cravity Collection: C-Express' through Naver V Live wherein they greeted their fans in 126 regions. The fanmeeting was organized with a theme of an "amusement park" as a way of the group to greet their fans brightly.[26] On October 21, Cravity released a performance video for their song "Ohh Ahh", a B-side track on Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into. They subsequently began music show promotions with the song.[27][28]

2021: Season 3. Hideout: Be Our Voice and The Awakening: Written in the Stars edit

On January 19, Cravity released the third installment of the Hideout series with their third extended play Season 3. Hideout: Be Our Voice, along with the music video of the lead single, "My Turn". The album features some of the songs written by members Serim, Allen and Wonjin.[29] They subsequently began promoting their title track alongside their B-side track "Mammoth" on music shows.[30] On January 25, Cravity appeared as a guest on the variety show "Super Junior's Idol vs. Idol", on KNTV. The members appeared in episodes 25–28 for a total of four episodes airing until the 28th of the month.[31]

On March 2, it was announced that Cravity would release a performance video for their B-side track "Bad Habits" on March 11. They began promotions for the song on music shows following the video's release.[32] On April 14, Cravity celebrated their first anniversary since their debut. The group held a V Live titled "Remember the four seasons we spent together" in commemoration of the event. In addition, the group released various behind-the-scenes contents to celebrate its first anniversary.[33]

On April 15, Starship Entertainment reported that Cravity will be joining K-Pop entertainment platform Universe. In the video released through the Universe app and official social media that day, Cravity expressed that they would work hard and have fun filming contents that can only be seen in the platform.[34] On June 6, Cravity held the Universe fan party 'Sunday Cravity' wherein they met fans around the world through online and offline.[35]

On June 30, Cravity confirmed their upcoming comeback and is preparing for a new album on August.[36] On July 26, Cravity started teasing the release of their upcoming first full-length album, 'CRAVITY 1st ALBUM PART 1. "THE AWAKENING: Written in the Stars"' their first since debut. It was confirmed that the album would be released on August 19.[37]

On August 19, Cravity released the first part of their first studio album The Awakening: Written in the Stars, featuring the title track "Gas Pedal".[38][39] They subsequently began promoting their title track alongside their B-side track "Veni Vidi Vici" on music shows.[40] Within the first week after its release, over 100,000 copies were sold, making it the first of Cravity's works to have reached that milestone and the first to be eligible for Hanteo certification.[41] On September 27, it was announced that Cravity would be releasing a special video for their B-side track "Veni Vidi Vici" on October 7.[42] After its release, the group began a second round of promotions on music shows with the song.[43]

On November 20–21, Cravity held the two-day fan meeting 'Cravity Collection: C-Delivery', marking their first performance in a year since their solo on:tact fan gathering in October 2020. On December 15, the group announce the launch of the soon to be released Cravity character dolls where each member personally participated in the design. The characters were first shown through the group's fan meeting 'Cravity Collection: C-Delivery' held in November.[44][45]

2022: Liberty: In Our Cosmos and New Wave edit

 
Cravity in 2022

On January 26, it was announced that Cravity would be making their comeback with the second part of their first studio album Liberty: In Our Cosmos, featuring the title track "Adrenaline" on February 22.[46][47] On February 4, it was announced on social media that they had been chosen as special DJs for KBS Cool FM's "Station Z" radio show, with weekly appearances as units during February.[48]

On February 12, it was announced that 7 of the 9 members had tested positive for COVID-19 (later updated to 8 of the 9 members on February 16 and all 9 on February 20) and as a result, their comeback was postponed.[49][50][51] On February 28, it was announced that their comeback would be rescheduled for March 22.[52] With the release of their new promotion schedule, they also announced that they would be holding their first set of solo concerts at Olympic Hall within Seoul's Olympic Park on April 2 and 3.[53]

On March 22, Cravity released the second installment of their first studio album. The group started promoting their title track "Adrenaline" on Mnet's M Countdown.[54][55] On March 30, Cravity released a choreography video for their song "Maybe Baby" from their second studio album. They subsequently began promotion of the song through SBS MTV The Show.[56]

On April 2, the group was awarded the "Silver Creator" award by TikTok for surpassing 1 million followers on the platform. On the same day, they were announced as part of the lineup for the 'KCON 2022 Premiere' in Chicago, their first appearance at the annual music festival.[57] On April 14, Cravity celebrated their second anniversary with a surprise gift for their fans. The group released a special clip for their b-side song "Late Night" from their full album Part 2, "Liberty: In Our Cosmos." The released video contains clips from Cravity's first solo concert since debut, "Center of Gravity."[58]

On May 31, Cravity released the promotional single "Vivid" through the Universe Music platform on the mobile application Universe.[59] On June 30, Cravity successfully wrapped up their two-day sold-out concert entitled 'Cravity the 1st Fan–Con Center of Gravity' at Zepp Osaka Bayside in Japan.[60]

On July 20, Cravity confirmed their participation in the 'KCON 2022 US TOUR', which was held until September. The group participated as a representative of the next generation of K-pop artists, starting with 'KCON 2022 LA', held on August 19 to 21, followed by KCON editions in San Francisco, Minneapolis, Houston, Dallas, Atlanta, wrapping up their participation with 'KCON 2022 New York City' on September 1.[61]

On August 5, Cravity announced that they would be releasing their fourth mini-album New Wave in September. Ahead of the album's release, the group pre-released their first English digital single, "Boogie Woogie", on August 12.[62] On September 27, Cravity released their fourth mini-album "New Wave", featuring the title track "Party Rock".[63][64] On the same day, Cravity held a comeback show to commemorate the release of the album. The comeback show was broadcast live online through the global fandom platform Universe, and at the same time, they held a comeback show with fans face-to-face for the first time since their debut.[65]

On October 4, Cravity received their first music show win for "Party Rock" and second music show win overall on SBS MTV's The Show.[66] On October 19, Cravity held the 'CRAVITY, THE 1ST FAN-CON 'CENTER OF GRAVITY' IN JAPAN.' The group met with 12,200 fans through multiple performances in Tokyo and Osaka in the span of four days. On the same week, Cravity announced an upcoming edition of their fan-con on November 27 in Taiwan.[67]

On November 6, it was announced that members Serim, Minhee, Hyeongjun, Jungmo, and Seongmin would be participating in the filming of The Game Caterers X Starship Entertainment, representing Cravity.[68] On November 23, Cravity released concept photos along with the news of the release of the 2023 Season's Greetings, "CRVT's SWEETS."[69]

On December 21, Cravity announced the holding of the '2023 Cravity Fan-Con, 'Dear My Luvity." The fan-con will be held at Blue Square Mastercard Hall in Seoul on February 18 at 6 p.m. and 19th at 5 p.m. next year. On the 19th (Sunday), it will also be held through the online live broadcast Beyond LIVE.[70]

2023–present: Master: Piece, World tour, Japanese debut, and Sun Seeker edit

On February 10, Cravity announced they would be releasing their 5th mini album, Master: Piece, featuring the title track "Groovy".[71][72][73][74] On February 17, Cravity joined Dear U Co., Ltd., a domestic fan platform company that allows fans of the group to communicate with them, specifically on 'Bubble for Starship'.[75]

On February 19, Cravity successfully wrapped up their two-day "2023 Dear My Luvity Fan-Con," which was held at the Blue Square Mastercard Hall in Seoul.[76] On March 6, Cravity released Master: Piece, alongside the music video of the lead single "Groovy." They subsequently began promoting their title track on music shows.[77] On March 8, the album received a positive spotlight from leading overseas media outlets, such as the American music media outlet Billboard and the British music magazine NME.[78]

On March 14, Cravity received their first music show win for "Groovy" and third music show win overall on SBS MTV's The Show.[79] On March 21, Cravity announced the kick-off of their first world tour entitled 2023 Cravity The 1st World Tour 'Masterpiece' in the Olympic Hall of Olympic Park in Seoul, South Korea. The first concerts in Seoul will span May 13 to 14.[80]

On March 24, Cravity announced an upcoming exhibition and pop-up store commemorating the 3rd anniversary of their debut at The Hyundai Seoul B2 Pop Up Iconic, located on Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul, from March 30 to April 5. The exhibition and pop-up store were prepared in celebration of Cravity's 3rd anniversary on April 14 with the theme "CRAVITY 3RD ANNIVERSARY EXHIBITION & POP-UP STORE "REMEMBER OUR TIME."[81]

On May 14, Cravity successfully wrapped up its first world tour in Seoul, held for two days starting from the 13th and the 14th, where it was also broadcast live through streaming platform Beyond Live.[82] On May 16, Cravity announced that they would officially debut in Japan. The group aims to release their debut single "Groovy (Japanese ver.)" alongside the b-side track "I Can't Fight the Feeling" on July 5.[83][84] On May 29, Cravity returned with the first episode of the seventh season of their reality show Cravity Park, with its first episode (the 77th episode) released on their official YouTube channel.[85]

On May 23, Cravity unveils the tour list for their first world tour, 2023 Cravity The 1st World Tour 'Masterpiece', through social media. The tour released official stops in Taipei, Hong Kong, Manila, and Bangkok, along with two cities in Japan and six cities in the Americas.[86] On June 1, Cravity released a special clip video of their song "Get Lifted" from their album Master:Piece through social media, embarking on the start of their world tour outside South Korea.[87]

On July 20, Cravity opened a pop-up store "Summer Ccrew" for the official character 'Crew' at POP UP ICONIC, B2, The Hyundai Seoul, Yeongdeungpo-gu, Seoul. Crew is an official character that captures the charms of nine members of Cravity, with the members creating the characters with their own ideas and personalities, such as character design, characteristics, frequently spoken words, personality, favorite food, and additional worldview settings.[88]

On August 6, Cravity released their first official soundtrack appearance as a group with the single "Ready Set Go", the theme OST for tvN's Amazing Rumor 2: Counter Punch.[89] On the same day, the group also announced the release of their 6th mini album Sun Seeker on September 11, which will be the group's first to feature a double title track.[90]

On September 19, Cravity's single "Ready or Not" from the sixth mini album Sun Seeker ranked first on the US Billboard 'Hot Trending Songs' chart, proving their global presence with their new album.[91]

On October 12, Seongmin temporarily suspends activities with the group due to his mother's illness, prompting the activities of the group to be carried out with the 8-member line-up.[92]

Other ventures edit

Ambassadorship edit

In the tourism sector, Cravity has been appointed as tourism ambassadors for "K-pop Star Street" in Gwangju, the group will be doing numerous activities that will publicly promote tourist destinations of the city for one year.[93]

In June 2022, it was announced that Cravity was selected by the Ministry of Culture, Sports, and Tourism as an overseas ambassador for Korean culture for the year 2022.[94]

Endorsements edit

In October 2020, Cravity was chosen as the model for the cosmetics brand Blackrouge. The group's passion, powerful energy, health and vitality as a new male idol group fit well with the lively image of Blackrouge leading to them being selected as the models of the cosmetics brand. The group promoted the brand not just in Korea, but also in China and other countries in Southeast Asia.[95] The group and Blackrouge parted ways a year later in October 2021.

In August 2022, Cravity was unveiled to be the first official model of the American casual brand Searchit. The boy group designed a hand-drawn unique design collection for the brand's t-shirt to which all the products worn by the members were sold out.[96]

In February 2023, Cravity was announced as the new ambassador of the cosmetics brand Make P:rem. Using skincare goods from the brand, such as cleansing, soothing pads, and sunscreen, Cravity made their debut as the brand's new face through a photoshoot with Singles Korea.[97]

Philanthropy edit

In July 2022, Starship Entertainment, along with Cravity, join hands with the Blue Tree Foundation to prevent and eradicate cyberbullying among teenagers. Starship expects the participation of Cravity and its fellow artists to not only protect the artist's rights and interests but also become another fandom culture that will change society.[98]

In February 2023, members Serim, Minhee, and Hyeongjun, along with actor Son Heon-soo, participated in KBS 1TV's My Hometown's new corner "New Start" as part of the celebration of the 50th anniversary of the network. The appearance of the members aims to provide household goods that will help elderly and financially struggling families in farming and fishing villages organize a better home to help them enhance their living conditions and quality of life.[99]

Artistry edit

Musical style edit

Cravity's music has been characterized as infectious, upbeat, and inventive. It can be described as a blend of K-pop, hip-hop, EDM, and pop, with catchy melodies and powerful vocal and rap performances. Their music often features energetic beats, strong vocal harmonies, and impactful rap verses, which are complemented by their sychronized dance routines and charismatic stage presence. Through the group's music, they tend to appeal to the audience through their lyrics full of confidence and assurance.[100]

In an interview with NME, Allen mentioned that members of the group have been taking part in the writing process of their music. He mentioned the importance of them having a hand in their creative output to show their best sides and grow their bond with the audience. On the other end, Serim explained that writing their own lyrics allows the group and the audience to relate better to their song, which helps them build intimacy, as if they're directly communicating through their lyrics to the fans.[101]

Concept, image, and lyrical themes edit

Cravity's concept as a group is centered around the vibrancy and passion of youth, with their music, performances, and visuals reflecting their drive to pursue their dreams. Their versatile musical style encompasses various genres, allowing them to showcase their individual talents while maintaining a cohesive identity. Known for their powerful, synchronized performances that combine intricate choreography with expressive stage presence, Cravity also tells stories through their albums, often following a storyline or theme that connects each release.[102]

When it comes to the group's image, Cravity exemplifies a compelling blend of youthful exuberance, diverse talents, and fashion-forward style, which together contribute to their standout presence in the competitive K-pop landscape. Their music and performances radiate enthusiasm, passion, and ambition, capturing the essence of young individuals striving to achieve their dreams. The members' versatile skills, encompassing singing, rapping, and dancing, demonstrate their adaptability and commitment to exploring different musical styles while still maintaining a unique and cohesive identity.[103][101]

Cravity's music showcases a range of lyrical themes, reflecting the experiences of youth, personal growth, empowerment, and self-confidence. As they explore love, relationships, and the importance of friendship and unity, their songs emphasize the value of standing together and supporting one another. With a focus on storytelling and escapism, their "Hideout" series delves into the concept of finding a safe space in a chaotic world, emphasizing self-discovery and the search for solace.[104]

Influences edit

Among their professional musical influences, Cravity has named boy groups Shinee, BTS, Monsta X, and NCT as well as international solo artist Lauv, as their inspirations. In terms of personal inspirations, members Serim and Jungmo mentioned BTS V, while Wonjin cited Jimin. Joohoney from Monsta X was cited by Allen, Hyeongjun, Minhee, and Minhee also mentioned Minhyuk, while Allen also mentioned Taemin from Shinee. On the other end, Seongmin identified Jaehyun of NCT, while Woobin shared Lauv as his own personal inspiration.[105][106]

In an interview with Allure Magazine, the band revealed that their labelmate seniors Monsta X under Starship Entertainment were their biggest role model and influence in their careers when it came to styling and fashion.[107]

In 2023, Cravity has expressed goals to become a group like Seventeen that writes and produces all the songs on the album, expressing their grand ambition to continue the lineage of "self-produced idols".[108]

Impact edit

In September 2020, South Korean news outlet Top Star News conducted a survey for the "Most Anticipated Team Among New Rookie Groups that Debuted or Will Debut in 2020", to which Cravity took third place in the survey, garnering 19% of the votes for the men's criteria.[109] In December 2020, Cravity was selected alongside Treasure as the 2020 "Best Male Newcomer In The Music Industry" by 25 of the most popular music agency experts and broadcasting company officials from 22 different Korean entertainment and broadcasting companies.[110] At the end of 2020, Cravity was acclaimed as a "Monster Rookie" by multiple media outlets, mentioning their unstoppable growth and recognition as a rookie artist. The group went on to sweep the Rookie of the Year awards at large-scale awards ceremonies, setting a record of five trophies among many artists that debuted in 2020 and solidifying their position as a new artist representing 2020.[111][112][113]

In February 2021, news outlet Ilgan Sports released their Lunar New Year idol survey special for the "Most Anticipated Singers in 2021", to which Cravity ranked eight in the list. Cravity took part in the conduct of the survey alongside 22 other idol groups and soloists such as (G)I-dle, Mamamoo, Seventeen, TXT, and Changmo.[114] At the end of 2021, as leading media outlets locally highlighted Cravity's growth potential, the group went to expand their reach and received the spotlight from various global media outlets such as economic magazine Forbes, pop magazine PopWrapped, and MTV, leading to favorable reviews worthy of being a "K-pop rookie".[115] In an article by media outlet Sports Khan, they mentioned Cravity as an "established global artist" with a promising future ahead of their career.[116]

In April 2023, news outlet Daily An released a report among post-covid fourth-generation K-Pop male idols who managed to strive in their careers despite the impact of COVID-19, in which they listed Cravity alongside TXT, Treasure, Enhypen, and Xdinary Heroes as the only acts who managed to maintain continuous attention from the public without any stagnation.[117] In July 2023, the All About editorial department conducted a survey in Japan on who is their "Most Favorite Male Group" between the fourth generation of K-Pop, to which Cravity (7th place) joined Stray Kids, Enhypen, Tomorrow X Together, Treasure, Ateez, and The Boyz as the only acts chosen by the Japanese respondents.[118] During the same month, Oricon, the leading music chart provider in Japan, highlighted Cravity as an exceptional fourth-generation super pop rookie group. They noted the high anticipation surrounding the group's long-awaited Japanese debut, emphasizing that it's unusual for successful groups in Japan to make their debut so late in the country.[119]

Members edit

Adapted from the group's profile on Naver and Starship Entertainment's official website.[120]

  • Serim (세림) – leader, rapper[121]
  • Allen (앨런) – rapper, dancer[122]
  • Jungmo (정모) – vocalist[123]
  • Woobin (우빈) – vocalist[124]
  • Wonjin (원진) – vocalist, dancer[125]
  • Minhee (민희) – vocalist[126]
  • Hyeongjun (형준) – vocalist, dancer[127]
  • Taeyoung (태영) – vocalist, dancer[128]
  • Seongmin (성민) – vocalist[129]

Discography edit

Studio albums edit

List of studio albums, with selected details, chart positions, and sales
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[130]
JPN
[131]
JPN Cmb.
[132]
The Awakening: Written in the Stars 3 11 18
Liberty: In Our Cosmos
  • Released: March 22, 2022
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 31 50

Extended plays edit

List of extended plays, with selected details, chart positions, sales, and certifications
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales Certifications
KOR
[130]
JPN
[131]
JPN Cmb.
[132]
JPN Dig.
[137]
Korean
Season 1. Hideout: Remember Who We Are
  • Released: April 14, 2020
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 10 13 27
Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into
  • Released: August 24, 2020
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 15 18
Season 3. Hideout: Be Our Voice
  • Released: January 19, 2021
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
3 12 16
New Wave
  • Released: September 27, 2022
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 11 21
Master: Piece
  • Released: March 6, 2023
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
2 18 25
Sun Seeker
  • Released: September 11, 2023
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
1 38
Japanese
Dilly Dally
  • Released: December 6, 2023
  • Label: Victor Entertainment
  • Formats: CD, digital download
To be determined

Singles edit

List of singles, showing year released, with selected chart positions, and name of the album
Title Year Peak positions Sales Album
KOR
[152]
KOR
Hot

[153]
JPN
[154]
JPN
Hot

[155]
JPN
Cmb.

[156]
Korean
"Break All the Rules" 2020 [A] Season 1. Hideout: Remember Who We Are
"Flame" [B] 97 Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into
"My Turn" 2021 [C] Season 3. Hideout: Be Our Voice
"Gas Pedal" [D] The Awakening: Written in the Stars
"Adrenaline" 2022 [E] Liberty: In Our Cosmos
"Party Rock" [F] * New Wave
"Groovy" 2023 132 3 15 6 Master: Piece
"Cheese" [G] Sun Seeker
"Ready or Not" [H]
English
"Boogie Woogie" 2022 [I] * New Wave
Japanese
"Dilly Dally" 2023 TBD * TBD Dilly Dally
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.
"*" denotes that chart is now defunct.

Promotional singles edit

List of promotional singles, showing year released, with selected chart positions, and name of the album
Title Year Peak positions Album
KOR
Down.

[166]
"Vivid"[J] 2022 198 Non-album single

Soundtrack appearances edit

List of soundtrack appearances, showing year released, and name of the album
Title Year Peak positions Album
KOR
Down.

[167]
"Ready Set Go" 2023 85 Amazing Rumor 2: Counter Punch OST

Other charted songs edit

List of other charted songs, showing year released, with selected chart positions, and name of the album
Title Year Peak positions Album
KOR
Down.

[168]
"Colorful" 2022 87 New Wave
"Knock Knock" 89
"New Addiction" 91
"Automatic" 93
"Fly" 2023 50 Master: Piece
"A to Z" 51
"Light the way" 53
"Baddie" 54
"Get Lifted" 55
"Love Fire" 72 Sun Seeker
"Megaphone" 73
"9 o'clock" 75
"Vibration" 76

Videography edit

Music videos edit

Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"Break All the Rules" 2020 Highqualityfish [169]
"Cloud 9" Vishop (Vikings League) [170]
"Flame" [171]
"My Turn" 2021 Sam Son
(Highqualityfish)
[172]
"Bad Habits"
(Performance Video)
Jimmy (VIA) [173]
"Gas Pedal" Sam Son
(Highqualityfish)
[174]
"Veni Vidi Vici"
(Special Video)
Jimmy(VIA) [175]
"Adrenaline" 2022 Sam Son
(Highqualityfish)
[176]
"Vivid" Kwon Yong-soo
(Sacchain Film)
[177]
"Party Rock" Bart (Flipevil) [178]
"Groovy" 2023 [179]
"Groovy"
(Japanese Version)
Jimmy (VIA) [180]
"Cheese" [181]
"Ready or Not" Woonghui [182]
"Megaphone" Jimmy (VIA) [183]

Other videos edit

Title Year Director(s) Ref.
"CRAVITY 'What's Your Gravity?'" 2023 88 Gymnastic Heroes [184]

DVD edit

Title Album details
"2021 Cravity Summer Package [Come Together]"
  • Released: July 31, 2020
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Format: DVD + Photobook
"2021 Cravity Summer Package [Stand Together]"
  • Released: September 8, 2020
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Format: DVD + Photobook
"Cravity 2021 Season's Greetings"
  • Released: December 18, 2020
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Format: DVD + Photobook
"Cravity League of The Universe"
  • Released: June 10, 2021
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Format: DVD + Photobook
"Cravity 2022 Season's Greetings [Band CRVT]"
  • Released: December 23, 2021
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Format: DVD + Photobook
"Cravity 2023 Season's Greetings [CRVT's Sweets]"
  • Released: November 23, 2022
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Format: DVD + Photobook
"2023 Cravity Fan-Con [Dear My Luvity]"
  • Released: August 4, 2023
  • Label: Starship Entertainment
  • Format: DVD + Photobook

Filmography edit

Reality shows edit

Year Title Note(s) Network Ref.
2020–present Cravity Park Season 1–7 YouTube [185][186][187]
2020–present C-Real Behind the scenes of members' everyday life. [188]
C-Record Behind the scenes of members' promotions.
Before Cravity Behind the scenes of members' trainee days.
C-Plus+ Compilation of members' individual song covers.
2020–present for. Luvity Special Fanship paid contents of Cravity. V Live,[K] Cafe Daum
2021 Super Junior's Idol vs Idol Appeared on episode 25–28. KNTV / KNTV801 [31]
2022–present C-Log Vlog content containing daily life of the members. YouTube [189]
2022 Gwamorip-Jang Level Up Universe original contents of Cravity. Universe [190]
Parasite Challenge by Cravity
Ssap-Dance
Stress Thing
Prize Winning Survival Show: Gae Ppang Meong [191]
The Game Caterers X Starship Entertainment Members Serim, Minhee, Hyeongjun, Jungmo and Seongmin represented Cravity. tvN, YouTube [192]
2022–present C-Port Brief record of the groups' main schedules. YouTube [193]

Radio shows edit

Year Title Note(s) Network Ref.
2021–present Parallel Universe Universe original radio contents of Cravity. Universe [194]
2021–present Hello Luvity [195]
2022 Catch Up! Cravity [196]
2022 Respect My Preference [197]
2022 Station Z Radio DJ for the month of February, every Saturday. KBS Cool FM, YouTube [198]

Short films edit

Year Title Note(s) Ref.
2020–2021 Cravity: League of the Hidden Universe Videos delivering a unique and mysterious message on Cravity's Hidden Universe. [199]
2021 Hidden Dungeon: Cicada 3301 Story of Cravity, a supernatural being, who tried to unravel the 'Cicada3301' to discover the mystery of the 'Cicada Pattern'. [200]

Concerts and tours edit

Headlining tours edit

2023 Cravity The 1st World Tour 'Masterpiece' edit

Date City Country Venue Ref
May 13, 2023 Seoul South Korea Olympic Hall
Beyond Live[L]
[201][202]
May 14, 2023
June 2, 2023 Osaka Japan Grand Cube Osaka [86]
June 3, 2023
June 6, 2023 Yokohama Pacifico Yokohama
June 7, 2023
June 16, 2023 New York City USA Webster Hall
June 18, 2023 Chicago Copernicus Center
June 20, 2023 San Juan Puerto Rico Sala Sinfonica de Bellas Artes
June 22, 2023 Atlanta USA Heaven at the Masquerade
June 23, 2023 Dallas House of Blues
June 25, 2023 Los Angeles Avalon Hollywood
July 8, 2023 Taipei Taiwan NTU Sports Center 1F
July 29, 2023 Hong Kong China KITEC, Rotunda 3
August 5, 2023 Manila Philippines New Frontier Theater
October 28, 2023 Bangkok Thailand Chaengwattana Hall

'Cravity The 1st Concert 'Center of Gravity' edit

Date City Country Venue Ref
April 2, 2022 Seoul South Korea Olympic Hall
Beyond Live[M]
[203]
April 3, 2022

'Cravity The 1st Fan-con 'Center of Gravity' edit

Date City Country Venue Attendance Ref
June 29, 2022 Osaka Japan Zepp Osaka Bayside 5,600 [204]
June 30, 2022
October 19, 2022 Tokyo Toyosu PIT 5,200
October 20, 2022
October 21, 2022 Osaka Orix Theater 7,200
October 22, 2022
November 5, 2022 Bangkok Thailand CentralWorld N/A [205]
November 27, 2022 Taipei Taiwan Taipei International Convention Center 1,200 [206][207]

'2023 Cravity Fan-con 'Dear My Luvity' edit

Date City Country Venue Ref
February 18, 2023 Seoul South Korea Bluesquare Mastercard Hall
Beyond Live[N]
[208]
February 19, 2023

Concert participation edit

Title Date City Country Venue Ref
"TikTok Stage Live from SEOUL" May 25, 2020 N/A (Offline concerts) South Korea N/A[O] [209]
"KCON:TACT 2020 Summer" June 21, 2020 N/A[P] [210]
2020 Pepsi Online Showcase for the Love Of Korea June 27, 2020 N/A[Q] [211]
"The 26th Dream Concert CONNECT:D" July 25, 2020 N/A[R] [212]
"Worldwide Live On Concert" August 29, 2020 N/A[S] [213]
"2020 SBS Super ON:TACT" October 18, 2020 N/A[T] [214]
2020 Korea Music Drive-In Festival October 31, 2020 N/A[U] [215]
2020 K-Pop x K-Art Concert Super KPA November 27, 2020 N/A[V] [216]
2021 Uni-Kon February 14, 2021 N/A[W] [217]
IdolLive Mini Concert "Adola 4U" February 23, 2021 N/A[X] [218]
On-Tact G-KPOP Concert May 15, 2021 N/A [219]
Joy Ruckus Club K-Pop Superfest June 20, 2021 N/A[Y] [220]
"We All Are One" K-Pop Concert August 29, 2021 N/A[Z] [221]
Incheon K-Pop Concert September 25, 2021 N/A[AA] [222]
Changwon K-Pop World Festival October 15, 2021 N/A[AB] [223]
"On The K: The First Stage" October 29, 2021 N/A[AC] [224]
2021 SBS Super Concert in Daegu October 31, 2021 Daegu Daegu Stadium [225]
2021 1theK Nodam Concert November 26, 2021 N/A (Offline concert) N/A[AD] [226]
Welcome K-Pop Click January 15, 2022 Seoul World K-Pop Center Glass Hall [227]
KCON 2022 Premiere US May 20, 2022 Chicago USA Rosemont Theatre [228]
The 28th Dream Concert June 23, 2022 Seoul South Korea Seoul Olympic Stadium [229]
2022 Uni-Kon July 3, 2022 N/A (Offline concert) N/A[AE] [230]
HallyuPopFest London July 10, 2022 Wembley United Kingdom Wembley Arena [231]
Seezn Summer Concert July 17, 2022 Seoul South Korea Jangchung Arena [232]
The Star Next Stage August 2, 2022 Yokohama Japan Pia Arena MM [233]
August 4, 2022 Kobe World Memorial Hall
August 9, 2022 Fukuoka Marine Messe
KCON 2022 LA August 20, 2022 Los Angeles USA Los Angeles Convention Center [234]
August 21, 2022
KCON US Tour August 24, 2022 San Francisco Orpheum Theater [235]
August 26, 2022 Minneapolis State Theater
August 28, 2022 Houston Sarofim Hall
Mezamashi Live N/A (Offline concert) Japan N/A[AF] [236]
KCON US Tour August 29, 2022 Dallas USA Texas Trust CU Theater [237]
August 31, 2022 Atlanta The Eastern
September 2, 2022 New York Terminal 5
Lalapa K-Concert September 24, 2022 Bangkok Thailand Union Hall [238][239]
The K-Concert October 7, 2022 Seoul South Korea Jamsil Stadium [240]
Suncheon Bay International Garden Expo Opening Ceremony March 31, 2023 Suncheon Garden in the Water [241]
Next Generation Live Arena April 22, 2023 Yokohama Japan Pia Arena MM [242]
KPOP Lux SBS Super Concert July 22, 2023 Madrid Spain Estadio Cívitas Metropolitano [243]
KCON 2023 LA August 18, 2023 Los Angeles USA Los Angeles Convention Center [244]
Kampfest CDMX August 19, 2023 Mexico City Mexico Parque Bicentenario [245]
Krazy K-Pop Super Concert August 26, 2023 New York USA UBS Arena [246]
KBS Open Concert September 22, 2023 Gyeonggi-do South Korea Hwaseong Sports Complex TBD
Promised Play Festival October 4, 2023 Seoul Seoul Children's Grand Park [247]
K-Pop Festival Prague October 6, 2023 Prague Czech Republic O2 Arena [248]
Next Generation Live Arena November 23, 2023 Yokohama Japan Pia Arena MM [249]
Korean Festival-THE NEXT November 29, 2023 Seoul South Korea KBS Annex Public Hall [250]

Awards and nominations edit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, award category, nominee(s) of the award, and the result of the nomination
Award ceremony Year Category Nominee(s)/work(s) Result Ref.
Asia Artist Awards 2020 Male Potential Artist Award Cravity Won [251]
Male Singer Popularity Award Longlisted [252]
2021 Male Idol Group Popularity Award Shortlisted [253]
U+ Idol Live Popularity Award Nominated [254]
2022 Best Emotive Award Won [255]
Idolplus Popularity Award Nominated [256]
Asia Model Awards 2020 New Star Award – Male Group Won [257]
Brand of the Year Awards 2020 Rookie Male Idol Award Won [258]
2021 Male Idol of the Year (Rising Star) Nominated [259]
2022 Nominated [260]
2023 Male Idol of the Year Nominated [261]
Brand Customer Loyalty Awards[AG] 2022 Male Rising Idol Star Nominated [263]
2023 Most Influential Male Group of 2023 Nominated [264]
Circle Chart Music Awards 2021 MuBeat Global Choice Award (Male) Longlisted [265]
New Artist of the Year – Physical Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into Nominated [266]
2022 MuBeat Global Choice Award (Male) Cravity Longlisted [267]
2023 Longlisted
Dong-A.com's Pick 2020 Idol Pick Super Rookie Won [268]
Golden Disc Awards 2021 Curaprox Popularity Award Nominated [269]
Disc Bonsang Season 2. Hideout: The New Day We Step Into Nominated [270]
Prominent Album of the Million Seller Nominated [271]
Rookie Award Cravity Nominated [272]
QQ Music Popularity Award Nominated [273]
2022 Disc Bonsang Season 3. Hideout: Be Our Voice Nominated [274]
Seezn Most Popular Artist Award Cravity Nominated [275]
Hanteo Music Awards 2021 WhosFandom Award Nominated [276]
2022 Artist of the Year (Daesang) Nominated [277]
Global Artist Award Longlisted
Post Generation Award Nominated
WhosFandom Award Longlisted [278]
K Global Heart Dream Awards[AH] 2022 Boy Group Popularity Award Nominated [280]
2023 Male Group Popularity Award Nominated [281]
4th Gen Hot Icon Male Group Award Nominated [282]
Korea First Brand Awards[AI] 2021 New Male Artist Award Nominated [284]
2022 Male Idol Rising Star Award Nominated [285]
2023 Most Anticipated Male Group of 2023 Nominated [286]
2024 Male Group Who Will Lead 2024 Pending [287]
Melon Music Awards 2020 New Artist of the Year – Male Won [288]
Mnet Asian Music Awards 2020 Best of Next Won [289]
Artist of the Year Nominated [290]
Best New Male Artist Nominated
Worldwide Fans' Choice Top 10 Nominated [290]
2023 Longlisted [291]
MTV Europe Music Awards 2021 Best Korean Act Nominated [292]
MuBeat Awards 2020 Rookie Artist (Male) Nominated [293]
Seoul Music Awards 2021 K-Wave Popularity Award Nominated [294]
New Artist Award Nominated
Popularity Award Nominated
WhosFandom Award Nominated [295]
2022 K-Wave Popularity Award Nominated [296]
Main Award (Bonsang) Season 3. Hideout: Be Our Voice Nominated
Popularity Award Cravity Nominated
U+Idol Live Best Artist Award Nominated [297]
2023 K-Wave Popularity Award Nominated [294]
Main Award (Bonsang) New Wave Nominated
Popularity Award Cravity Nominated
Soribada Best K-Music Awards 2020 Rookie Award Won [298]
Main Award Nominated [299]
The Fact Music Awards 2020 Next Leader Won [300]
Fan N Star Choice Award (Artist) Shortlisted [301]
TMA Popularity Award Nominated [302]
2021 Global Hottest Award Won [303]
Fan N Star Choice Award (Artist) Longlisted [304]
2022 Four Star Awards Nominated [305]
Fan N Star Choice Award (Artist) Nominated [306]
idolplus Popularity Award Longlisted [307]
2023 Four Star Awards Nominated [308]
idolplus Popularity Award Longlisted [309]

Notes edit

  1. ^ "Break All the Rules" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 67 on the component Circle Download Chart.[157]
  2. ^ "Flame" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 81 on the component Circle Download Chart.[158]
  3. ^ "My Turn" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 21 on the component Circle Download Chart.[159]
  4. ^ "Gas Pedal" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 41 on the component Circle Download Chart.[160]
  5. ^ "Adrenaline" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 7 on the component Circle Download Chart.[161]
  6. ^ "Party Rock" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 15 on the component Circle Download Chart.[162]
  7. ^ "Cheese" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 152 on the component Circle Download Chart.[164]
  8. ^ "Ready or Not" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 7 on the component Circle Download Chart.[165]
  9. ^ "Boogie Woogie" did not enter on the Circle Digital Chart but appeared at number 92 on the component Circle Download Chart.[162]
  10. ^ "Vivid" was released as a promotional single in collaboration with Universe.
  11. ^ for. Luvity was broadcast on VLive until the app's shutdown in 2022. The broadcast eventually transferred to Cafe Daum.
  12. ^ May 14 only.
  13. ^ Online streaming on the platform "Beyond Live" was available for April 3 only.
  14. ^ February 19 only.
  15. ^ "At the online concert 'TikTok Stage Live From Seoul' to be held on the 25th, Apink, AKMU, Oh My Girl, Monsta X, iKON, KARD, Kang Daniel, CIX, Cravity (in order of debut), etc. The K-Pop artists' lineup has been revealed.
  16. ^ "The concert of 'K Contact 2020 Summer' will be held live for over 4 hours from 10 pm every night for a week. It is planned to present an interactive stage where artists and fans can meet and communicate interactively in a virtual space of various concepts based on new technologies specialized for online and mobile, with a total of 33 artists appearing for a week, 4–5 teams each.
  17. ^ "The 'Pepsi Online Showcase' hosted by the global beverage brand Pepsi confirmed the appearance of Korea's representative Hallyu stars and announced that it would be held without spectators.
  18. ^ "The 26th Dream Concert CONNECT:D" is an online concert, special technology is used for the audience to vividly deliver the sense of realism of offline performances to fans around the world.
  19. ^ "Offline concert for a quick recovery and new hope with Korea's best K-POP No.1 Grade skillful and well-known musicians, Monsta X, Cosmic Girls, The Boyz and Cravity.
  20. ^ "Super On-tact', designed in an on-tact method for domestic and foreign fans who cannot go to the concert site due to Corona 19, is an online streaming concert at 8 pm every Sunday for 4 weeks from September 27 to October 18. It will be broadcast live around the world through 'V Live'.
  21. ^ "On October 31, the first day of 'KMDF' held at the Incheon Port International Passenger Terminal in Songdo, Incheon, NCT U, Astro, AB6IX, The Boyz, Lovelyz, Momoland, Pentagon, CIX, (G)I-DLE, Kim Jae-hwan , WJSN, ATEEZ, CRAVITY, CLC, Golden Child, Cherry Bullet, Rocket Punch, Drippin, Giant Pink, Dreamcatcher, Cignature, DKB, BOY (B.O.Y), 3YE (Third Eye), No Brain, ADOY, Inalchi, Park Munchi, Galaxy Express, Jiyunhae, and Lowdown 30 have confirmed their appearances."
  22. ^ "Offline concert, it will be broadcast live on 'V Live' (Beyond Live).
  23. ^ "UNI-KON consists of a total of 4 parts, 'STAR-ROAD', 'GRAVITY', 'EVOLUTION', and 'UNIVERSE'. X), Park Jihoon, CIX, ASTRO, IZ*ONE, (G)I-DLE, Oh My Girl, Cosmic Girls, AB6IX, ATEEZ, WEi, CRAZY 14 teams of K-POP artists, including CRAVITY, performed on a passionate stage."
  24. ^ "'Adola 4U' is a non-face-to-face online concert featuring 4 representative K-pop idol teams, including VICTON, ACE, AleXa, and Cravity."
  25. ^ "Joy Ruckus Club K-POP SUPERFEST, which received attention for its colorful lineup, unveiled the lineup on the Joy Ruckus Club official website and SNS on Saturday, May 29th, Korean time. The lineup includes male solo singer Rain, groups AB6IX, CRAVITY, Golden Child, THE BOYZ, Lovelyz, and MOMOLAND."
  26. ^ "Online concert, performances and online cheering sites are broadcast live through Red Angel's own streaming service 'Cushion Live'."
  27. ^ "As it is difficult to site a venue due to COVID-19 this year, the concert will meet domestic and foreign fans through real-time streaming."
  28. ^ "On this day, abundant performances by K-pop stars such as Monsta X, The Boyz, Stray Kids, Oh My Girl, Ateez, Espa, Oneus, and Cravity were also prepared. The beauty of Changwon and Korea was conveyed to K-POP fans."
  29. ^ "Online concert, Cravity performed Veni Vidi Vici, My Turn, and Gas Pedal."
  30. ^ "Online concert, aims to spread awareness and prevent smoking among youth."
  31. ^ "The online and offline universe concert '2022 UNI-KON', which was held for two days on the 2nd and 3rd, was successfully completed with 3.8 million K-pop fans from 200 countries around the world."
  32. ^ "A variety of live performances from artists related to Mezamashi."
  33. ^ Co-organized by the Korean Customers Council and Brand Keys, this event recognizes the most influential brands in society and culture, as determined through consumer research.[262]
  34. ^ Hosted by the Awards Organizing Committee, Celeb Media, and YJ Partners and sponsored by Sports Today, the K Global Heart Dream Awards honors K-pop artists at the center of world culture as part of the Hallyu Wave.[279]
  35. ^ The 2023 Korea First Brand Awards selected promising brands that are predicted to lead in the year 2023 based on criteria such as consumption trend analysis, extensive nationwide consumer surveys, and evaluation by experts.[283]

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