Red Velvet kicks off ‘SM Station’ season two with ‘Would U’

March 31, 2017
This file photo shows South Korean girl group Red Velvet. (Yonhap) This file photo shows South Korean girl group Red Velvet. (Yonhap)

This file photo shows South Korean girl group Red Velvet. (Yonhap) This file photo shows South Korean girl group Red Velvet. (Yonhap)

SEOUL, March 31 (Yonhap) — South Korean idol group Red Velvet on Friday released its new song “Would U,” opening the second season of S.M. Entertainment’s weekly digital music release project.

The five-member, all female group released the song on online music services at noon as the first runner of the SM Station’s season 2. The song rose to No. 1 on Bugs Music, and remains on the upper tier of most streaming charts.

S.M. Entertainment, which manages big-name K-pop acts such as Girls’ Generation and EXO, launched SM Station in February 2016. Under the program, the company has unveiled a song every Friday in which its artists, often together with those from other labels, take on creative projects outside of their day jobs.

The company released a total of 52 songs of various genres in the past year.

Last month, the company unveiled its plan to upgrade the range of collaborations to include overseas artists in season two. S.M. will also continue its genre series such as “S.M. The Ballad” and “S.M. The Performance” as well as seasonal projects, including “S.M. Summer Vacation”, “S.M. Winter Garden,” within the scope of the Station program.

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    April 3, 2017 at 3:22 AM

    The song is nice. Their voice is really beautiful. And Irene is as gorgeous as always.

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