Red Velvet Surprises With Remake of Lee Soo Man’s Song, “Rose Scent Breeze”
It has been reported that girl group Red Velvet of SM Entertainment recently recorded a remake of the classic song by producer (and founder of SM Entertainment) Lee Soo Man, “Rose Scent Breeze.”
Red Velvet will be releasing all of the tracks for their second mini album, “The Velvet,” through various music sites on March 16.
The inclusion of the remake song, originally released in 1989, in the upcoming album hopes to attract the interest of music fans.
Sung by Wendy, Seulgi, and Joy, the track has a lyrical ballad-type of arrangement and is expected to receive lots of love for its beautiful expression of the pain of love and separation through the members’ impressive vocal abilities.
In particular, a part of the song was released on March 13 on Red Velvet’s official Instagram, piquing the curiosity for the album even more.
Red Velvet will begin the first promotional activities for their refined R&B title song, “One Of These Nights,” on various music shows including Mnet‘s “M Countdown” (March 17), KBS2‘s “Music Bank” (March 18), MBC‘s “Music Core” (March 19), and SBS‘s “Inkigayo” (March 20). The group aims to captivate viewers with an alluring performance that matches the sensible ballad.
Meanwhile, Red Velvet’s new mini album, “The Velvet,” will be released offline on March 16 as well.