When YouTube creator and tech genius techie_ray built an AI that could analyze K-Pop dances last year, TXT was ranked the no. 2 most synchronized boy group (just behind SEVENTEEN). But do they keep up their skills across every performance? To find out, techie_ray analyzed each TXT song individually—here are the results for their top 10 most synchronized songs.

10. “Can’t We Just Leave the Monster Alive?”

Before TXT performed “Can’t We Just Leave the Monster Alive”, they told fans it was their hardest choreo to date. Despite that, they still pulled off the bright, bouncy dance with near-perfect precision.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 87.01% in the “Can’t We Just Leave the Monster Alive?” choreography.

9. “Angel or Devil”

Big Hit Entertainment family fans got a real treat with TXT’s “Angel or Devil”. Not only did it incorporate the a line from BTS’s “Boy in Luv” into its lyrics, it also included a move from the original BTS choreography.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 87.24% in the “Angel or Devil” choreography.

8. “Crown”

From the moment they debuted, the TXT members were serving dance excellence. Their satisfying synchronization in “Crown” raked in many of the fans they still have today.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 88.86% in the “Crown” choreography.

7. “Blue Orangeade”

Incorporating floorwork from the first second, “Blue Orangeade” shows off incredible skills from the start. It may be filled with fast, flittering moves, but they’re an easy feat for TXT.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 90.78% in the “Blue Orangeade” choreography.

6. “We Lost the Summer”

In contrast to “We Lost the Summer”‘s wistful undertones, TXT showed off a powerful, punchy performance with the song’s choreography.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 90.97% in the “We Lost the Summer” choreography.

5. “New Rules”

There’s so many going in in the unique “New Rules” choreography, you’ll wish you had five eyes to watch each member do their thing separately.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 92.04% in the “New Rules” choreography. The analysis also found that “New Rules” has the most complex formation changes out of every song on this list, just behind “Blue Hour” and “Run Away”.

4. “Fairy of Shampoo”

Slower songs can be hard to choreograph, but the dance TXT’s “Fairy of Shampoo” is ultra-smooth and satisfying. When you see how well they pull it off, you won’t be surprised that four of the members claimed it as their favorite choreography.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 92.90% in the “Fairy of Shampoo” choreography.

3. “Drama”

One word fans often use to describe the “Drama” choreograph is “tiring”—not for mesmerized viewers, but for the members themselves. It must take a lot of energy to pull this dance off, but that didn’t stop it from entering TXT’s top 3 most synchronized tracks.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 93.55% in the “Drama” choreography. The analysis also found that “Drama” has the most intricate dance moves out of all TXT choreographies.

2. “Puma”

The choreography for “Puma” constantly switches up the velocity, forcing the members to go from powerful moves to smooth ones in an instant. Of course, they do it all perfectly.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 93.64% in the “Puma” choreography. The analysis also found that “Puma” had the most acrobatic choreography out of all TXT songs.

1. “Cat & Dog”

And TXT’s most synchronized song of all is “Cat and Dog”, the companion track to their debut. There’s so much energy on stage when they perform it, you’ll start to feel out of breath just watching.

According to techie_ray‘s AI software, TXT had a synchronization rate of 94.58% in the “Cat & Dog” choreography.

To see every TXT performance ranked by synchronization (along with full scores for move intricacy, formation complexity, and acrobatics), don’t forget to check out techie_ray‘s full video.