Red Velvet Pre Orders Surpassed 510,000 Copies.

Red Velvet is s popular South Korean Girl Group consisting of 5 members Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, Joy and Yeri under SM Entertainment in 2014. Yeri joined the girls a year later in 2015.

After a long break, Red Velvet has finally announced an exciting return to the music world. Their next mini-album, The ReVe Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm, has established a personal high in pre-order sales for the band. So far, the album has received over 500,000 pre-orders.

The new mini-album is inspired by the musical talent Johann Sebastian Bach, a German composer and performer from the late Baroque period. He is well-known for his symphonic pieces, instrumental compositions, keyboard works, and other works. Bach is often recognised as one of the finest composers in Western music history.

The girl group has hit a personal best in pre-order sales for their next mini-album, The ReVe Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm, as of March 20, 2022. The album has received 516,866 pre-orders, the group’s greatest total to date.

Fans believe that Red Velvet’s enthralling mini-album will sell 500,000 copies, owing to its intriguing idea. Furthermore, with this large amount of pre-orders, the girl group will surpass 2.4 million copies on Gaon, making them the third best-selling K-pop girl group behind BLACKPINK and TWICE.

Meanwhile, the album’s title track, Feel My Rhythm, is a pop dance song that begins with a familiar theme from Bach’s Air On G String and progresses to a sophisticated string composition that blends wonderfully with an explosive trap rhythm. The lyrics describe the trip across space and time. Along with the album, the title track will be released.

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