Stray Kids and TXT Dazzle at 2023 MTV VMAs with Stellar Performances

Stray Kids Triumphs with "S-Class" While TXT and Anitta Unveil "Back For More" at the 2023 MTV VMAs

Stray Kids and TXT Dazzle at 2023 MTV VMAs with Stellar Performances


In a night filled with glamour and stellar performances, Stray Kids and TXT made their remarkable debut at the 2023 MTV Video Music Awards (VMAs), leaving an indelible mark on the global music stage.

The Prudential Center in New Jersey buzzed with excitement on September 12 (local time) as these two prominent K-Pop groups graced the ceremony, not only captivating audiences with their performances but also bagging prestigious awards. Stray Kids clinched the Best K-Pop award, a testament to their growing influence in the music industry, while TXT walked away with the Push Performance of the Year accolade, further solidifying their position as one of the leading groups in the K-Pop scene.

Stray Kids, known for their dynamic performances, did not disappoint as they took to the stage with a riveting rendition of “S-Class”, a track that has garnered immense popularity since its release. Their performance was a spectacle of talent and charisma, showcasing the group’s synergy and musical prowess.

You can witness the energy and passion of Stray Kids’ performance here:

Not to be outdone, TXT teamed up with the sensational Anitta to premiere their new single “Back For More”, a collaboration that brought together diverse musical styles in a harmonious blend. The performance was a testament to TXT’s versatility and ability to collaborate with artists from different genres, offering a fresh and exciting perspective to their fans.

Catch the electrifying collaboration of TXT and Anitta here:

As Stray Kids and TXT continue to carve out their paths in the global music industry, their performances at the 2023 MTV VMAs serve as a beacon of the immense talent and potential that K-Pop holds, promising more groundbreaking moments in the future.

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