All NEXZ Music Videos: Every Official MV

K-pop is becoming increasingly international, but JYP Entertainment put serious investments into creating international groups earlier than any other company and remains at the forefront of such initiatives. One excellent example is the Japanese boy group, NEXZ, created by JYP and Sony Music in 2023 via the reality survival competition, Nizi Project Season 2. The group has only just begun (and we have in-depth details about when they are expected to debut), but we want to be at the forefront of their music as it’s released. As such, we here present an archive and list of all of the NEXZ music videos, including every official MV, key performance videos, and links back to related video content. The larger the NEXZ music body grows, the more there will be to enjoy on this page from Yu, Tomoya, Haru, Ken, Seita, Yuhi, and Yuki!

A List of All Official NEXZ Music Videos – Watch Every MV Right Here

1. “Miracle” Performance Video (Japanese and Korean) – December 18, 2023

The performance video for “Miracle” was released three days after the conclusion of Nizi Project Season 2, with a Japanese version and a largely identical Korean version arriving simultaneously. “Miracle” was the final song that the contestants had performed during Nizi Project Season 2, but there were two other original songs that had been performed for the finale: “Whatever Whenever” and “Because of you.” It is possible videos of some sort may be released for those songs as well in the future, even if just as dance practices.

There is a video of NEXZ reacting to the “Miracle” performance video.

That is the tiny and complete list of all NEXZ music videos at this time, but this archive is being updated for each new MV, performance video, or related content as it emerges. The future is always bright for this group, and they make for an excellent companion to the Japanese girl group created by the first season of Nizi Project, NiziU! For more about NEXZ, check out how old the NEXZ members currently are and who their leader is.

Additionally, for more music from JYP groups, check out our complete archives of NiziU, VCHA, Twice, and Itzy music videos.

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John Friscia

John has been a dedicated K-pop enthusiast for more than 10 years, and he also has more than 10 years of professional experience in writing, editing, journalism, and fact-checking. Now John wants to share the love of K-pop with the world, by providing accurate and up-to-date information on idols and the industry that is much more trustworthy than what is found on unsourced wikis and profile pages.

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