Red Velvet’s Yeri and soloist Sam Kim release new ‘SM Station’ song ‘Nap Fairy’

Red Velvet’s Yeri and soloist Sam Kim release new ‘SM Station’ song ‘Nap Fairy’

Red Velvet member Yeri and Korean American soloist Sam Kim collaborated on the new song “Nap Fairy.”

August 25, 2022
Red Velvet’s youngest member Yeri and Korean American soloist Sam Kim released their new song “Nap Fairy” on Thursday.
The song is the latest “SM Station” single. “SM Station,” a project that was started by SM Entertainment in 2016, aims to release weekly singles from the entertainment agency’s roster of talents that are separate from official music releases.
This is Yeri’s third “SM Station” project following her 2019 single “Dear Diary” and her 2018 collaboration “Hair in the Air” with NCT members Jeno, Renjun and Jaemin. Last week, NCT’s Jaehyun released a solo “NCT Lab” single titled “Forever Only.” 
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Back in March, Yeri and her fellow Red Velvet members made a comeback with their latest mini-album The Reve Festival 2022 – Feel My Rhythm” before debuting their Japanese-language album “Bloom” in April.
As for Washington state-born Kim, his most recent solo single, “For You,” was released under Warner Music Korea for the OST of the K-drama “Cleaning Up.” Kim has contributed to the OSTs of other notable K-dramas such as “Nevertheless” and “It’s Okay to Not Be Okay.” He first rose to fame after placing second on Season 3 of the South Korean singing competition show “K-pop Star” in 2013.
In other SM Entertainment news, Red Velvet member Joy is set to star in “Once Upon a Small Town,” a Netflix K-drama that will premiere on Sep. 5. 
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      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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