Red Velvet Discography

(Last Updated December 2018)

Number of Promoted Singles: 12
Number of Single Albums: 0
Number of Mini Albums/EPs: 7
Number of Full Albums: 2
Number of Repackages: 1
SM Station Songs 2
Foreign Promotions: I don’t usually cover foreign activities on this blog, but Red Velvet made their Japanese debut in July 2018 and will probably promote there in the near future.

Promoted Singles


August 1, 2014
Debut digital single
Red Velvet debuted as a four member group with Irene, Seulgi, Wendy, and Joy.

“Be Natural”
October 13, 2014
2nd digital single
This is a remake of a song by S.E.S, a 1st generation girl group that was managed by SM Entertainment (Red Velvet’s label). It features NCT’s Taeyong, who was still in SM Rookies at the time and would debut a year and a half later.


“Ice Cream Cake” and “Automatic”
March 15, 2015
Ice Cream Cake
(1st mini album)
“Ice Cream Cake” was the first comeback that Yeri participated in.  It might also be considered Red Velvet’s breakout hit, earning them their first music show win and recognition both in South Korea and internationally.

“Dumb Dumb”
September 9, 2015
The Red
(1st full album)


“One of These Nights”
March 17, 2016
The Velvet
(2nd mini album)

“Russian Roulette”
September 7, 2016
Russian Roulette
(3rd mini album)
This was their first music video to reach 100 million views.


February 1, 2017
(4th mini album)

“Red Flavor”
July 9, 2017
The Red Summer
(5th mini album)

November 17, 2017
Perfect Velvet
(1st full album)


“Bad Boy”
January 29, 2018
The Perfect Red Velvet
(Repackage of Perfect Velvet)

“Power Up”
August 6, 2018
Summer Magic
(6th mini album)
“Power Up” was Red Velvet’s first song to achieve a Perfect All-Kill on the charts.

“RBB (Really Bad Boy)”
November 30, 2018
(7th mini album)

SM Station


“Would U”
March 31, 2017
SM Station, Season 2
The music video features Irene.

August 18, 2017
SM Station, Season 2
Remake of the song by Yoon Jong Shin.

NOTE: All images and music videos belong to SM Entertainment.

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