Remakes and covers are having a moment in K-pop thanks to Joy of Red Velvet, Aespa, MSG Wannabe and ‘Kingdom’ TV band contest

//Remakes and covers are having a moment in K-pop thanks to Joy of Red Velvet, Aespa, MSG Wannabe and ‘Kingdom’ TV band contest

Remakes and covers are having a moment in K-pop thanks to Joy of Red Velvet, Aespa, MSG Wannabe and ‘Kingdom’ TV band contest

Some new K-pop songs, including recent releases from girl group Aespa and Joy of Red Velvet, are remakes of old tunes.Aespa’s single Next Level, issued in May, is a remake of a 2019 song from a Fast and Furious film soundtrack, and Joy’s first mini album, “Hello” – released on May 31 – sees the vocalist recreating some of South Korea’s biggest hits from the 1990s and ’00s. In February, Aespa also released Forever, a remake of a song from the ’00s.Both Joy and Aespa are under media company SM…

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