The Red Velvet members are being praised for their stable live vocals following an MR removed video that was posted to YouTube. Keep on reading for all the details.
Red Velvet Applauded for Live Vocals Following MR Removed Video
On August 20, a YouTube channel named "TRue - MR REMOVED" uploaded a video of Red Velvet's "Queendom" performance from KBS 2TV's "Music Bank" on the 20th. In their video, they removed the MR, or the accompaniment, so that fans could hear Red Velvet's live vocals without the song in the background.
Despite the intense choreography, the Red Velvet proved that they are stable vocalists. Many who saw the video revealed how impressed they are, pointing out that all the members are good and not a single member falters in terms of vocals. People also pointed out that in the video, you can hear when the girls breathe, pointing out that they are, in fact, singing live.
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People also complimented SM Entertainment for how they train their artists, with many people commenting, "If they are from SM, they are definitely good." Other female idols from the company that has been praised for their amazing vocals include aespa and Girls' Generation member Taeyeon.
Check out the MR removed the video of Red Velvet's "Queendom" here:
Check out Red Velvet's original performance of "Queendom" on "Music Bank" here:
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Red Velvet Returns to Music Scene With "Queendom"
Red Velvet returned to K-pop with their sixth Korean mini-album "Queendom" and the title track of the same name. Upon release, "Queendom" debuted at number six on the Gaon Digital Chart while topping the component Download chart and debuting at number 13 on the Streaming Chart. On the BGM Chart, it debuted at number 27.
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On the Billboard K-Pop Hot 100, "Queendom" debuted at number 22. In Japan, the said song debut at number 77 on the Billboard Japan Hot 100 chart, number 77 on the Top Streaming Songs Chart, and number 92 on the Top Download Songs Chart.
In the United States, "Queendom" debuted at number ten on the Billboard World Digital Song Sales Chart. "Queendom" also debuted at number 96 on the Billboard Global 200, while it debuted at number 63 on the Billboard Global Excl. US Chart. On the Billboard LyricFind Global Chart, "Queendom" debuted at number five.
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Written by Alexa Lewis