The Red Velvet, a celebrated South Korean girl’s group, unveiled their highly anticipated album, “The ReVe Festival-Birthday,” on November 28, Monday, through SM Entertainment. Including various melodic tones, the record follows the arrival of ReVe Festival 2022-Fell My Rhythm, a sequel of 2019’s trilogy ReVe Festival.
Red Velvet’s new mini album, “The Re Ve Festival-birthday,” features five songs, including the lead single track “Birthday.” The Other tracks are- ” Bye Bye,” “On A ride,” “Zoom,” and “Celebrate.” If it’s your birthday, celebrate it with Red Velvet groups.
Red Velvet group is going to appear at SMCU PALACE event by SMTOWNS. There they will join other SM artists.
Other Popular Albums of The Red Velvet Group
The Korean girl’s group debuted with the single “Happiness” on August 1, 2014, with four members: Seulgi, Irene, Wendy, and Euphoria. Yeri joined as the fifth group member in March 2015, following the arrival of their first mini album, “Ice Cream Cake.” Artistically, the creation by Red Velvet mirrors their group name: their dominatingly pop “red” side experiments infrequently with electronic and funk and keeping in mind that their “velvet” side spotlights ’90s R&B with components of melody and hip hop.
The Red Velvet’s Korean-language discography incorporates two studio albums, one compilation album, one reissue collection, and ten broadened plays — twelve of which have topped the South Korean Gaon Album Graph. Their hit singles “Red Flavor” and “Power Up” arrived at number one on the Digital Chart of Gaon. Various others have graphed on both the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart and Gaon Digital Chart, including “Ice Cream Cake,” ” Happiness,” “One of These Nights,” “Dum Dum,” ” Rookie,” “Russian Roulette,” “Bad Boy,” “Peek-a-Boo,” “RBB ( Really Bad Boy),” “Psycho,” “Zimzalabim,” “Feel My Rythym,” “Umpah Umpah,” and “Queendom.”. The group additionally wandered into the Japanese music scene with the drawn-out plays 208s Cookie Jar and 2019s Sappy.
The group released “The ReVe Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm,” the fifth unique broadened play and thirteenth overall, on March 2021 by SM Entertainment to commemorate the birthday of J.S. Bach, a German music composer. It contains six tracks, including the lead single “Feel My Rythm,” in three actual adaptations, two “ReVe” renditions with various covers, and the “Orgel” form. “Feel My Rhythm” was a sequel to Red Velvet’s 2019s trilogy, ” The ReVe Festival” album.
The Achievements of the Red Velvet Group
Red Velvet has gotten various honors, most remarkably the Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Female Group, The Golden Disc new artist Award, the Korean Music Grant for Best Pop Melody, and the Asia Artist Grant for Song of the Year. Forbes Korea Power VIP has perceived their broad homegrown impact (putting eleventh in 2018 and fifth in 2019); globally, they were named one of the most famous K-pop groups by Bulletin and Time. On Spotify, Red Velvet is the 5th most streamed Korean-pop artist overall as of February 2020.