Aespa to make comeback with a ballad by Yoo Young Jin

Yaay! The aespa girls will release a new tune on February 5th, but the song was not written for them and in fact, we have already heard it several times. Keep reading to find out more details.

  • aespa is the new group from Sm Entertainment which made their grand debut on November 17th, 2020.
  • Their hit "Black Mamba" broke the record of views on YouTube for a rookie group reaching 100 million in one month and 21 days.
  • The Mys are eager to get new material from Karina, Ning Ning, Giselle, and Winter and Lee Soo Man will deliver but it will be a remake.

The song chosen to be the second digital single of the aespa girls will be a remake of the song "Forever", originally released in 2000 by Yoo Young Jin.

The 51-year-old singer-songwriter is also a music producer and has been working with Lee Soo Man's company since the 90s.

He has written songs for almost every SM artist including EXO, Red Velvet, BOa, and even aespa.

On this occasion, Karina, Ning Ning, Giselle, and Winter will be performing the ballad "Forever" that comes off the album entitled "Winter Vacation in SM Town", released on December 8th, 2000.

Although fans are confused by the fact that aespa will be releasing a remake instead of a new song written for them, they are also eager to hear the melody with the voices of the new idols.

Everyone hopes to discover incredible vocals from the girls and to hear a little more Giselle rapping.

Hopefully, the ballad will have a more modern and electro-dance style in the best "Black Mamba" style.

The announced release date is February 5th and we hope it comes with a music video included.

The big question now is when the band's debut album will be released.

SM Entertainment's releases 2021.

Another news we have about aespa is that part of its new website has been leaked, which is not yet finished.

As we have seen, it is about a virtual world in which each of the girls in the group has their own space that represents them.

The novelty is that fans who enter the site can also create an ID and upload their photos.

Although there is still a lot of work to be done, the website promises to be an interesting place to interact with idols and hopefully with their avatars, who have not yet made their proper debut.

Stay tuned for more news about aespa!

Kelsey Miller

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