Red Velvet Surpasses 300 Million YouTube Views With “Bad Boy” Music Video

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Red Velvet continues to break YouTube records!

SM Entertainment’s well-loved female quintet Red Velvet recently achieved another milestone on YouTube.

Red Velvet

Earlier today, the K-Pop girl group hits their first-ever music video to surpass the 300-million mark on the YouTube platform with their hit song “Bad Boy”.

Irene, Wendy, Joy, Seulgi, and Yeri dropped “Bad Boy” on January 29, 2018, as the title track of their second full album The Perfect Red Velvet. Particularly, the girls gained the said impressive view count in two years, 11 months, and 19 days after its successful worldwide release.

Meanwhile, earlier this month, SM entertainment kicked off the year through SM TOWN LIVE “Culture Humanity” online concert. Red Velvet surprised fans as they performed on stage as a full group for the first time in over a year.

After Wendy’s temporary hiatus due to an injury she got at the 2019 SBS Gayo Dejun rehearsal, she officially reunited with her fellow members and delighted viewers with captivating performances of some of their hit tracks such as “Peek A Boo”, “Bad Boy”, and “Psycho”.

Celebrate Red Velvet’s recent milestone by re-watching their chic music video for “Bad Boy” below:

Source: YouTube, OSEN

Photo Credits: SM Entertainment