Red Velvet Reveals the Creation of the ‘Birthday’ MV: A behind-the-scenes look at Red Velvet’s “Birthday” music video production has been released. The music video takes you behind the scenes of Red Velvet’s most recent music video, allowing fans a look at the group’s members’ filming and other outtakes.
The ReVe Festival 2022 – Birthday is the sixth extended play by the girl group, and its title track is “Birthday,” a dance-pop song that samples George Gershwin’s “Rhapsody in Blue” and is about having your wildest birthday wishes come true.
Watch Red Velvet’s music video for “Birthday” up top, and then tell us what you think about it in the subsequent discussion thread.
South Korean girl group Red Velvet is managed by SM Entertainment. Initially, the group consisted of Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, and Joy, and they released their debut song, “Happiness,” on August 1, 2014. In March 2015, shortly after the release of their debut mini-album, Ice Cream Cake, the group welcomed Yeri as a new member.
Red Velvet’s music reflects the group’s name: the “red” side is primarily pop with occasional forays into techno and funk. In contrast, the “velvet” side is primarily R&B with ballad and hip-hop elements, heavily influenced by the music of the 1990s.
They have been praised for their ability to switch across genres and create memorable hooks. Twelve of the group’s fourteen releases (two studio albums, one reissue album, one compilation album, and ten extended plays) have reached number one on the South Korean Gaon Album Chart.
Two of their tracks, “Red Flavor” and “Power Up,” were top-charting hits in Gaon. Other songs including “Happiness,” “Ice Cream Cake,” “Dumb Dumb,” “One of These Nights,” “Russian Roulette,” “Rookie,” “Peek-a-Boo,” “Bad Boy,” “RBB (Really Bad Boy),” “Zimzalabim,”.
Red Velvet reveal making of ‘Birthday’ MVhttps://t.co/gtu0FYtbTu
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“Umpah Umpah,” “Psycho,” “Queendom,” and “Feel My Rhythm” have all reached the top of the Gaon Digital Chart and Billboard Additionally, the band released two Japanese albums, #Cookie Jar (2018) and Sappy (2019), which were both successful in that country’s music market (2019).
The Golden Disc New Artist Award, the Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Female Group, the Korean Music Award for Best Pop Song, and the Asia Artist Award for Song of the Year are just a few of the many honors Red Velvet has garnered.
They are one of the most well-known K-pop groups abroad, acknowledged as such by Time and Billboard, and are currently the sixth most streamed K-pop artist globally on Spotify (as of February 2020).
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