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SM Classics x Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra release “Black Mamba”

SM Classics x Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra reveal MV teaser for aespa’s ‘Black Mamba’. Check out the details right now below!

SM Classics x Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra have revealed their music video teaser for “Black Mamba”.

The MV teaser features a preview of the Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra’s version of aespa’s track “Black Mamba” and a dramatic dancer. SM Classics could be a South Korean musical genre label under SM Entertainment, and also the upcoming song is about to drop on September 30 KST.

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Watch SM Classics x Seoul Philharmonic Orchestra’s “Black Mamba” MV teaser below, and allow us to know what you think that within the comments.

“Black Mamba” is the debut digital single by South Korean girl group Aespa. Originally released as a standalone single on November 17, 2020, by SM Entertainment, the song was later included in the group’s second extended play Girls, which was released on July 8, 2022. The song was written and composed by Yoo Young-jin, while also composed by Omega, Ella Isaacson, Gabriela Geneva (NIIVA), Jordan Reyes, Shaun Lopez, and Scott Chesak. Musically, “Black Mamba” was described as pop, electropop, and dance-pop track with a signature synth and EDM sound and bass that’s paired with an addictive hook. The lyrics are a few being called “Black Mamba” that not only interferes with the members’ and avatar’s connection but also threatens their world and intrinsically is abhorred by the members.

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An accompanying music video for the song was uploaded onto SM Entertainment’s YouTube channel simultaneously with the single’s release. The song’s music video achieved the best number of views for a K-pop group’s debut video, with 21.4 million views in 24 hours. Commercially, the one reached the charts in five countries, peaking at number 49 in South Korea and number 5 on the US Billboard World Digital Songs. Aespa promoted the song with televised live performances on various South Korean music programs including Show! Music Core, Music Bank, and Inkigayo.

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