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Leenda Dong and Alan Chow vibe out to ‘Late Night Feels’ in new Monsta X and Sam Feldt single

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  • K-pop boy group Monsta X dropped a new English-language single, “Late Night Feels,” in collaboration with DJ Sam Feldt Thursday.

  • The song’s music video features appearances by notable figures such as TikToker Leenda Dong, actor Alan Chow, TikToker Brooke Monk, actor Vincent M. Ward and social media content creator Sam Dezz.

  • Earlier this week, Monsta X was announced as a headliner for “Nickfest,” Nickelodeon’s first-ever music festival set to occur in October at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.

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Monsta X and DJ Sam Feldt give TikTokers, actors and other notable figures some “Late Night Feels” in the music video for their newest English-language single. 

The song’s music video, which was released earlier today, features a star-studded cast in less-than-ideal situations being transported to a club with seemingly enchanted objects animated to move to the beat of the new track.

A character played by YouTuber-turned-TikToker Leenda Dong struggles to stay awake as her boss lectures her during the start of the video. Meanwhile, a character played by actor Alan Chow tries to enjoy his drink but is interrupted by a bouncer who tells everyone to leave. Other notable appearances in the video include those of TikToker Brooke Monk, content creator Sam Dezz and actor Vincent M. Ward. 

Dong has amassed over 17 million followers on her TikTok account @Yoleendadong for her character Phuc Bich. Before becoming a TikToker, the Vietnamese Canadian content creator was behind the popular YouTube channel LeendaDProductions. Chow, who has appeared in shows such as ABC’s “Grey’s Anatomy” and Hulu’s “Into The Dark,”  has garnered over 11 million followers on his TikTok account @Alanchikinchow.

Feldt has worked with K-pop artists before, having most recently released a remix of singer-songwriter Shaun’s viral hit “Way Back Home.”

Monsta X’s latest English track follows the five-member group’s previous English-language albums, such as the Valentine’s Day 2020 album “All About Luv” and the 2021 album “The Dreaming.”

Earlier this week, it was announced that Monsta X will be a headliner for Nickfest, Nickelodeon’s first-ever music festival set to occur in October at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California.


Featured Image via Sam Feldt

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