SuperM (Hangul: 슈퍼엠) is a South Korean supergroup formed in 2019 by SM Entertainment and Capitol Music Group.[1] The group consists of seven members from four SM Entertainment boy groups: Taemin from Shinee, Baekhyun and Kai from Exo, Taeyong and Mark from NCT 127 and Ten and Lucas from WayV.[2] On October 4, 2019, the group debuted with their self-titled EP, which entered the Billboard 200 at number one, making SuperM the first Asian artist in history to top the US album chart with a debut release.[3][4] Their debut single, "Jopping", is among Billboard’s Critics' picks of "25 Best K-pop Songs" of the year.[5]

SuperM
SuperM in October 2019 From left to right: Ten, Baekhyun, Lucas, Taemin, Taeyong, Kai and Mark.
SuperM in October 2019
From left to right: Ten, Baekhyun, Lucas, Taemin, Taeyong, Kai and Mark.
Background information
OriginSeoul, South Korea
Genres
Years active2019–present
Labels
Associated acts
Website
Members

HistoryEdit

Background and formationEdit

All members of SuperM came from existing boy groups under SM Entertainment. Taemin had been an active artist since the age of 14 when he debuted as a member of Shinee in May 2008.[3] Baekhyun and Kai debuted as members of Exo in April 2012. Taeyong, Ten, and Mark debuted as members of NCT in April 2016. Lucas debuted in January 2018 as a new member of NCT. For NCT sub-unit activities, Taeyong and Mark were added to NCT's Seoul-based sub-unit, NCT 127, in July 2016. Mark also debuted as a member of NCT's former teen-aged sub-unit NCT Dream in August 2016. Ten and Lucas were added to NCT's China-based sub-unit, WayV, in January 2019.

In 2019, before the official announcement of SuperM's debut, there had been rumors that SM Entertainment was planning to debut a "K-pop Super Boy Band".[6] On August 7, 2019, Capitol Music Group chairman Steve Barnett and SM Entertainment founder Lee Soo-man officially announced the group as SuperM at Capitol Congress 2019.[7][8][9][10][11] The "M" in SuperM stands for both Matrix and Master, with each member already an established star in their own bands.[12][13] The teaser revealed the members of the group, with each having performance, vocal, and rap abilities.[14][15] Described as "the Avengers of K-pop," the group is focused more on performance-based music.[9][16] SM A&R executive and director Chris Lee stated that the group was in the works for around a year, and felt the analogy to the Avengers was apt because according to him, "Each Avenger has their own group and Iron Man has his own movie and Thor has his own, but together, they have an even greater synergy, so like that the members will pursue their own careers and own groups but also join together with synergy - a positive one."[9]

Audiences and followers had mixed opinions on the project at first, with some fans enthusiastic for the band's debut following the release of the first teaser at Capitol Congress 2019,[17] while others were concerned about SM Entertainment prioritizing their established groups, Exo members establishing solo careers before their mandatory military service, and the group debuting in the United States rather than starting with Korean promotions.[18][19] Writing for MTV News, Caitlin Kelley opines that "the biggest takeaway from the backlash is that it's not that easy to combine the powers of multiple fandoms," and felt that the group's structure might be complicated for American audiences, although she noted that "the fact that SuperM trended worldwide for several hours shows potential. That level of engagement means that there is widespread interest in the group — now it's just a matter of turning public opinion around."[18] Kate Halliwell of The Ringer wrote, "plenty of people support several groups within the K-pop genre at large, and it makes sense to target them whenever possible...but the toxic side of fandom is difficult to escape." She adds that the formation of the group "once again [proves] how online backlash is inevitable, and often overwhelming, when it comes to navigating multiple K-pop fandoms at once," although she felt that the formation of the group "[signifies] a rising tide in Western K-pop demand."[19]

2019: Debut and initial successEdit

SuperM promoted their debut album both in the United States and in South Korea.[20] Several teasers for the group were posted in SuperM's various social media channels.[19][21] The group filmed their debut music video in Dubai in August 2019.[21] The group's self-titled debut EP was released on October 4, with the instrumental of one of the album's songs, "I Can't Stand the Rain", released on August 28.[22] SuperM's lead single, "Jopping", was released alongside its music video on the same day as the EP.[23] The EP debuted at number one at the Billboard 200 albums chart, with 168,000 equivalent album units in the week ending October 10.[24]

SuperM had their debut concert at the Capitol Records Building in Los Angeles on October 5,[25] and made their television debut on The Ellen DeGeneres Show on October 9.[26] The group then started to embark on their first tour, We Are the Future Live, with ten dates in North America from November 2019 to February 2020.[27][28][29][30][16] The tour was extended to Latin America and Europe, with three tour dates in February 2020.[31][32] The group sold-out their stop at the second largest in-door arena in the UK at O2 Arena, among others.[33] Their Tokyo Dome concert, which was initially scheduled for April 23, was indefinitely postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic.[34] The group participated in the online concert series, One World: Together at Home, on April 18, to support the COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund from the World Health Organization, as well as promote social distancing. The group performed an unreleased song, "With You," from separate locations.[35]

2020: First studio album, Super OneEdit

In April 2020, SuperM became the first group from SM Entertainment to hold a live online concert - jointly organised by SM Entertainment and Naver, as part of the world first online-dedicated live concert series Beyond LIVE.[36] In their concert on April 26, they performed songs from their debut album as well as new tracks from an upcoming unannounced release, playing to a live audience of more than 75,000 paying real-time viewers from more than 109 countries. The revenue from this online concert, from pure ticket sales excluding merchandise, has been estimated to be $US 2 million.[4][37]

In August 2020, the group announced their debut album, Super One, for a September 2020 release.[38] The album release was preceded by a pre-release single, "100", released on August 14.[39] SuperM made their U.S. morning television debut, through a video call, on Good Morning America on August 20 with a performance of their single "100".[40] In a brief interview prior to the group's performance, Mark explained that the audience was witnessing the exact same set that they used for their Beyond LIVE concert in April.[41]

On August 26, SuperM won the Seoul Mayor Award at the 2020 Newsis K-Expo, making it the group's first award since their debut.[42] The second pre-release single, "Tiger Inside", from SuperM's first studio album was released on September 1.[43] It eventually became the group's first song to enter the Gaon Digital Chart.[44]

On September 25, SuperM revealed its collaboration with Marvel for a limited edition merchandise series and also released their first full-length album Super One along with the music video for their lead single "One (Monster & Infinity)".[45] The album debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 albums chart, with 104,000 equivalent album units. It became the group's second top three entry after their debut EP.[46] SuperM participated in on online advocacy event for mental health, The Big Event, by the World Health Organization on October 10. The group performed "Better Days" during the event, which was broadcast live on the WHO's Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, YouTube and TikTok channels.[47][48]

EndorsementsEdit

SuperM were announced as global ambassadors for Korean Air in November 2019.[49][50][51] On November 4, the group was featured alongside SM labelmate BoA in Korean Air's safety video, which was added to all Korean Air flights on the same day.[52] The song featured in the video, "Let's Go Everywhere", was released on November 18, and proceeds of the song will be donated to Global Poverty Project's Global Citizen campaign.[52][53]

Following their safety video feature, the group was also advertised through a livery sported by one of Korean Air’s Boeing 777-300ER, registered as HL8010.[54] The livery is a picture of the group's seven members with the group's name logo below it, and is situated at the aft part of the aircraft.[54] With the aircraft usually flying the Incheon-Atlanta-Incheon, Incheon-London-Incheon, and Incheon-Manila-Incheon sectors, SuperM has received international recognition through the various destinations where the aircraft flies to.[55]

MembersEdit

DiscographyEdit

Studio albumsEdit

List of studio albums, with selected details, chart positions and sales
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales Certification
KOR
[57]
AUS
[58]
BEL
(FL)

[59]
CAN
[60]
FRA
[61]
JPN
[62]
JPN
Hot

[63]
NZ
[64]
UK
Dig.

[65]
US
[66]
Super One 1 82 175 69 73 7 8 40 29 2

Extended playsEdit

List of extended plays, with selected chart positions and sales
Title Details Peak chart positions Sales
KOR
[73]
BEL
(FL)

[59]
CAN
[74]
FRA
[61]
JPN
[75]
UK
Dig.

[76]
US
[24]
SuperM
  • Released: October 4, 2019 (US)[22]
  • Label: SM, Capitol
  • Formats: CD, LP, digital download, streaming
3 130 38 [A] 7 19 1

SinglesEdit

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Sales Album
KOR
[44]
KOR
Hot.

[82]
CAN
[83]
FRA Dig.
[84]
JPN
Hot.

[85]
NZ
Hot.

[86]
UK Dig.
[87]
US World
[88]
"Jopping" 2019 [B] 84 85 140 27 24 96 1 N/A SuperM
"100" 2020 94 35 7 Super One
"Tiger Inside" 142 65 69 7
"One (Monster & Infinity)" 96 54 7 N/A
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Promotional singlesEdit

Title Year Peak chart positions Album Notes
KOR
[92]
US
World

[93]
"Let's Go Everywhere" 2019 23 Non-album singles Collaboration with Korean Air
"With You" 2020 Super One Collaboration with Global Citizen for One World: Together at Home
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that region.

Other charted songsEdit

List of singles, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
World

[88]
"I Can't Stand The Rain" 2019 10 SuperM
"Super Car" 15
"No Manners" 20
"2 Fast" 24
  1. ^ "SuperM" did not enter the Main Album Chart, but appeared at no. 11 on the component Digital chart.[77]
  2. ^ "Jopping" did not enter the Gaon Digital Chart, but appeared at no. 108 on the component Download chart.[89]

FilmographyEdit

Music videosEdit

Title Year Director Ref.
"Jopping" 2019 Woogie Kim [94]
"Let’s Go Everywhere" Oui Kim [95]
"100" 2020 Woogie Kim [96]
"Tiger Inside" Yong-soo Kwon [97][98]
"One (Monster & Infinity)" Beomjin a.k.a. Paranoid Paradigm [99]

TV showsEdit

Year Title Network Note(s) Ref.
2019 SuperM - The Beginning SBS Debut reality show [100][101]
2020 M-Topia Wavve Travel reality show [102]
SuperM's As We Wish tvN [103][104]

Concerts and toursEdit

SuperM: We Are the Future Live
World tour by SuperM
Associated albumSuperM
Start dateNovember 11, 2019 (2019-11-11)
Legs4
No. of shows
  • 10 in North America
  • 1 in Latin America
  • 2 in Europe
  • 1 in Asia
  • 14 in total

SuperM: We Are the Future Live is SuperM's first world tour to promote their eponymous debut album. The tour was officially announced on October 2, 2019 with tickets going on sale on October 5, 2019.[28] The tour began on November 11, 2019 in Fort Worth and initially visited 9 cities in North America. Its world tour extension began on February 9, 2020 in Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Set listEdit

Set list of the first show in Fort Worth:

– VCR 1 – Intro

  1. "I Can't Stand The Rain" + Dance Performance
  2. "Danger" + "Goodbye"[a]
  3. "GTA"[b]
  4. "Super Car"
  5. "夢中 夢" + "New Heroes"[c]
  6. "Bass Go Boom"[d]
  7. "Betcha" + "UN Village"[e]
  8. "Dangerous Woman"
  9. "2 Fast"[f]
  10. "Baby Don't Stop"[g]
  11. "Talk About"[h]
  12. "Confession"[i]

Encore:

  1. "No Manners"[j]
  2. "With You"
  3. "Jopping"

Tour datesEdit

Date City Country Venue
Leg 1 – North America
November 11, 2019 Fort Worth United States Dickies Arena
November 13, 2019 Chicago United Center
November 15, 2019 Duluth Infinite Energy Center
November 17, 2019 Fairfax EagleBank Arena
November 19, 2019 New York City Madison Square Garden
January 30, 2020 San Diego Viejas Arena
February 1, 2020 Inglewood The Forum
February 2, 2020 San Jose SAP Center
February 4, 2020 Kent accesso ShoWare Center
February 6, 2020 Vancouver Canada Rogers Arena
Leg 2 – Latin America
February 9, 2020 Mexico City Mexico Mexico City Arena
Leg 3 – Europe
February 26, 2020 Paris France AccorHotels Arena
February 28, 2020 London United Kingdom The O2 Arena

Cancelled showsEdit

List of cancelled concerts, showing date, city, country, venue and reason for cancellation
Date City Country Venue Reason
April 23, 2020 Tokyo Japan Tokyo Dome[105] COVID-19 pandemic[34]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Name of the award ceremony, year presented, nominee(s) of the award, award category, and the result of the nomination
Year Award ceremony Category Nominee/work Result Ref.
2019 Bravo Otto Newcomer SuperM Nominated [106]
Seoul Music Awards Popularity Award Nominated
Hallyu Special Award N/A Nominated
Bonsang Award SuperM Nominated
2020 Newsis K-Expo Seoul Mayor Award N/A Won [107]
Indonesian Television Awards Special Award N/A Won [108]
APAN Awards Best Male Group SuperM Nominated
Golden Disc Awards Album Division Bonsang Super One Nominated [109]
2021 Gaon Chart Music Awards MuBeat Global Choice Award – Male SuperM Nominated [110]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Taemin Solo
  2. ^ Taeyong Solo
  3. ^ Ten Solo
  4. ^ Lucas Solo
  5. ^ Baekhyun Solo
  6. ^ Taemin, Baekhyun, Lucas, Mark
  7. ^ Taeyong, Ten
  8. ^ Mark Solo
  9. ^ Kai Solo
  10. ^ Taemin, Kai, Taeyong, Ten

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