Gallant and Monsta X Collide for Mini Documentary “When You Call My Name” (Extended Trailer) [Video]

By Jack Barnes

American R&B singer Gallant has teamed up with popular K-pop group Monsta X to create a gripping 20 minute mini documentary ending in a never before seen duet. Grammy nominee Gallant even surprises viewers with his unexpected Korean language skills. Enjoy this video stream below after the jump and please share this with friends.

In “When You Call My Name”, these two rising legends meet to discuss their own stories and appreciation of music and culture that transcends country borders. Not only does this mini doc tell the success stories of Monsta X and Gallant, it also culminates in the artists collaborating on an acoustic rendition of Monsta X’s tune “Beautiful.”

Produced by Rakuten Viki and Soompi, “When You Call My Name” is the newest Viki Original. The show will be available on ( and ( on October 29 at 7:00pm Pacific Time. The new Soompi app is launching next week for iOS and Android.

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Gallant and Monsta X Collide for Mini Documentary "When You Call My Name" (Extended Trailer) [Video]


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