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VIXX (빅스; acronym for Voice, Visual, Value in Excelsis) is a six member boy band from Seoul, South Korea signed under Jellyfish Entertainment. All members participated in Mnet's survival reality show MyDOL and were chosen via an elimination system through viewer votes. The name, VIXX, was also chosen by viewer votes. VIXX consists of N, Leo, Ken, Ravi, Hongbin, and Hyuk. Before debuting, the VIXX members were 6 of 10 contestants featured in the Mnet reality show Mydol. N, Leo, Hongbin and Ravi were featured in Brian Joo's "Let This Die" music video. N, Leo, and Ravi were also featured in Seo In-guk's "Shake It Up" music video. Hongbin was featured in Seo In-guk's "밀고 당겨줘 (Tease Me)" music video. VIXX debuted with "Super Hero" released on May 24, 2012. Their first overseas performance was at the Otakon Convention in Baltimore, Maryland on July 27. On August 14, VIXX released their second single album, as well as the music video for the title song, "Rock Ur Body". The group also attended KCON 2012 on October 13. VIXX was also part of Jellyfish's winter project, Jelly Christmas 2012 Heart Project, with their label mates Lee Seok Hoon, 박효신, Seo In Guk and 성시경. On December 5, the title track, "Because It's Christmas", was released digitally. On January 6, 2013, VIXX pre-released a single, "Don't Want to Be an Idol", from their third single album "다칠 준비가 돼 있어 (On and On)". The title song, "On and On", was then released on January 17 along with the album itself. The title song "Hyde", and the mini-album "Hyde", was released on May 20. The title song "대.다.나.다.너 (G.R.8.U)", of the repackaged album "Jekyll", was released on July 31. It debuted at #1 on three online music charts, namely Bugs, Naver Music and Soribada. On November 8, VIXX pre-released a single, as well as the music video for the song, "Only U", from their first full-length album "Voodoo". On November 20, the title song " 저주인형 (Voodoo Doll)", was released and on November 25, the album itself was released. On December 6, VIXX grabbed the top spot for that week's episode of Music Bank with "Voodoo Doll", making it their first music show win since their debut. The artists of Jellyfish Entertainment, including VIXX, released their annual Christmas song on December 10, titled "Winter Confession" for Jelly Christmas 2013. The song topped the Instiz chart for 2 weeks in a row, the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100 charts and also the Gaon charts. On March 5, 2014, Jellyfish Entertainment announced that VIXX would be having a comeback in mid-April or early May. On May 18, the title of VIXX's fourth single album "Eternity", was revealed through the group's official fancafe and the music video teaser was released on May 22. On May 27, the music video for "Eternity" was released along with the album itself. On May 19, Jellyfish revealed that VIXX will be making their debut into the Japanese market with a full-length album "Darkest Angels", on July 2. On June 20, it was announced that VIXX will be attending KCON from August 9–10. This is VIXX's 2nd year attending, the first being in 2012. On September 25, Jellyfish Entertainment confirmed that VIXX will be having a comeback on October 14. On October 4, the title song and track list of VIXX's second mini-album were revealed via their official site. On October 10, VIXX released the music video teaser for "Error" and the music video was released along with the mini-album "Error" on October 14. On December 10, VIXX released the Japanese version of "Error", which included also the Japanese version of "Youth Hurts". On January 16, 2015, it was reported that VIXX was planning a February comeback with a new remake album. On February 11, R.ef's "Farewell Formula" was revealed as the title track for the new remake album via VIXX's social media accounts. On February 20, the music video teaser for "Love Equation" was released. On February 24 "Boys' Record" was released along with the music video for "이별공식 (Love Equation)". Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply.