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WATCH: CLC returns with a powerful MV for their latest single ‘Helicopter’

I go up, Helicopter!

CLC returns after a year with their latest single ‘Helicopter‘ along with its music video.

CLC’s newest single ‘Helicopter’ is a powerful trap song that shows the power of women just like a helicopter. The music video shows CLC members’ fierceness and strong visuals. They also released the English version of their latest single.

Take a look at CLC members with their fierce and powerful concept photos:

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Before their awaited comeback with ‘Helicopter‘, CLC released their single ‘Devil‘ in September 2019. -HallyuLife.com

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