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Red Velvet Is Once Again Sampling Classical Music For Their Upcoming Comeback “Birthday,” And Fans Couldn’t Be More Excited

This time, there’s additionally a mixture of jazz.

There have been many samplings of classical music inside Okay-Pop, however 2022 has been particularly filled with classical comebacks. Red Velvet, particularlyhas sampled classical music in three of their releases this yr, beginning with the wildly beloved “Feel This Rhythm.”

“Feel My Rhythm” sampled  Johann Sebastian Bach‘s “Air on the G string,” and combining the girls’ lovely harmonies on high of the classical instrumental led to one of the crucial artistic and flawless executions of incorporating classical music into Okay-Pop.

Red Velvet didn’t cease with simply the music; from the outfits to the artwork within the music video to the discharge day, all of it was associated to Bach and the classical period.

For their first full Japanese album, Red Velvet’s B-side “Marionette” additionally sampled classical music. This time, the inspiration was from Peter Tchaikovsky‘s “The Nutcracker.”

No matter the language, Red Velvet and classical music are always a hit.

Now for his or her upcoming comeback with “Birthday,” their title monitor is sampling George Gershwin‘s “Rhapsody in Blue.”

A mixture of classical, jazz, and lure, there’s little doubt that “Birthday” shall be one other Red Velvet masterpiece, completely capturing their darkish and playful idea.

We’re all excited to see how “Birthday” will use “Rhapsody in Blue,” and there’s no higher option to finish 2022 than by going full circle and giving followers one other legendary classical Okay-Pop crossover.

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