Red Velvet and aespa’s Christmas Partnership: When it comes to THE CARDS, SM Entertainment is going all in. A collaboration between Red Velvet and aespa titled “Beautiful Christmas” was confirmed for the upcoming ‘2022 Winter SMTOWN: SMCU PALACE’ album on December 10.
This will be the first time that members of Red Velvet and aespa have worked together on anything other than a promotion for GOT the Beat.
“Both groups are so gorgeous!!”
“Seulgi is seriously a real-life princess TT.”
“I’m crying TT.”
“I literally gasped when I saw these photos. They’re all so beautiful.”
“OMG Karina… legend.”
“It’s like SM had it all planned out, all this time… 9 members, it’s the perfect number of members TT.”
“I can’t believe that the oldest and the youngest are 11-years apart…”
“They’re too pretty… I can’t deal.”
“Okayy SM just went crazy.”
“This is the only Christmas song I’m gonna listen to this year.”
Red Velvet Korean Group
South Korean girl group Red Velvet is managed by SM Entertainment. Debuting on August 1, 2014 with the single “Happiness,” the group originally consisted of Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, and Joy. After the success of their debut mini album, Ice Cream Cake, the band welcomed Yeri as a fifth member in March 2015.
Red Velvet’s music is a reflection of the group’s name: the “red” side is primarily pop with occasional forays into techno and funk, while the “velvet” side is primarily R&B with elements of ballad and hip hop, heavily influenced by the music of the 1990s.
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— allkpop (@allkpop) December 10, 2022
Their ability to seamlessly switch between genres and craft memorable hooks has won them widespread acclaim. There are a total of twelve albums by the group that peaked at number one on the South Korean Gaon Album Chart that were released in the Korean language.
Both “Red Flavor” and “Power Up” were massive hits, and both topped the Gaon Digital Chart. Happiness, Ice Cream Cake, Dumb Dumb, One of These Nights, Russian Roulette, Rookie, Peek-a-Boo, Bad Boy, RBB (Really Bad Boy), Zimzalabim, Umpah Umpah, Psycho, Queendom, and Feel My Rhythm are just a few of the many others to have reached the top of both the Gaon Digital Chart and the Billboard World Digital Song Sales chart.
The group’s extended plays #Cookie Jar (2018) and Sappy marked the band’s debut on the Japanese music scene (2019).
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