A TikTok video showing K-pop boy group MUSTB cumbia dancing on stage in Texas has gone viral.
The clip posted on Oct. 1 by user @NastyNasty94 includes text that reads, “POV you attend a k pop concert in South Texas,” and has raked in over 4 million views.
MUSTB were on South Padre Island on Sep. 30, becoming the first K-pop artists to perform in the Rio Grande Valley. They held a fan meet at the BanzaiKon anime convention the following day.
They were dancing on stage with the Houston-based norteño band Grupo Control, who were invited to MUSTB’s show after the K-pop act danced to their song “Tao Tao” in a prior TikTok.
Grupo Control and MUSTB thanked one another in respective Facebook posts.
Amassing over 900,000 likes and 9,000 comments, the clip has been well received by netizens. MUSTB commented on the TikTok clip, writing, “Happy Hispanic Heritage Month! Grupo Control coming to our concert was a surprise. We weren’t told they were visiting until few hours before.”
One user wrote, “literally just won the hearts of the Hispanic community with this.”
Another inquired about MUSTB, writing, “THIS IS SO CUTE WHO ARE THEYYY😭😭”
Another user cheered, “WIN FOR THE MEXICAN KPOP STANS🇲🇽🇲🇽🇲🇽.”
MUSTB’s full performance of the dance was posted to YouTube.
Their visit to the Rio Grande Valley and collaboration with Grupo Control aligns with the release of their Latin-inspired comeback EP, “La Señorita,” last month.