16-year-old member of global girl group XG takes over TikTok with her stunning trilingual rap

16-year-old member of global girl group XG takes over TikTok with her stunning trilingual rap

November 22, 2022
Cocona of rookie Japanese girl group XG has gone viral on TikTok for her trilingual rap from the group’s newly released video “
Other TikTok users have uploaded their impressed and awestruck reactions to the 16-year-old’s performance.
One user, @samuraystyle, is seen vibing to the clip in his car in a post captioned “no comment,” which has received over 460,000 views.
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In another reaction video, user @jonno_milano8503 is also seen moving to the rap in a video captioned “When your Chi is on point” and “She left earth.” His reaction clip has been viewed over 400,000 times.
User @legacy_senpai’s reaction has amassed almost 2 million views. His clip is captioned with “She’s 16 years old and raps in English, Korean and Japanese, wtf.” 
“[XG TAPE #2] GALZ XYPHER” features individual performances from XG’s rap line members Jurin, Harvey, Maya and Cocona, with each artist getting their own beat and original lyrics.
XG, short for Xtraordinary Girls, is a septet girl group based in Korea but consisting entirely of Japanese members. Jurin, Chisa, Hinata, Juria, Cocona, Maya and Harvey debuted on March 18 this year with their English-language single “Tippy Toes.”   
Following “Tippy Toes,” the group had their first comeback in June with their second all-English single, “Mascara.” The rookie K-pop act won the Rising Star Award at the MTV Video Music Awards Japan this year.  
Feature Image via: XG
      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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