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Zion.T talks about working with Red Velvet’s Seulgi



On October 15, Zion.T held a showcase to celebrate the release of his new EP album “ZZZ” at the Jayla Art Hall in Seoul. The singer opened the event by performing his newest title track “Hello Tutorial,” which featured Seulgi from Red Velvet.

The audience took it by surprise when Seulgi actually showed up to perform the track herself. At the end of the performance, the Red Velvet memebr said, “it was an honor to participate in Zion.T’s new album. I hope this was an opportunity that opened a door for us to work together again in the future.”

In response, Zion.T said, “I’m a huge fan of Red Velvet. As soon as I produced this track, I immediately felt like it would fit Seulgi, perfectly. She had to feature in the song. At the end, I was very glad that she accepted my request so easily. I did everything I could do as a ReVeluv (Red Velvet’s fandom name).”

He continued to express his gratitude towards Seulgi. The singer said, “I tend to do all the work in one sitting. At first, I worried that this style of mine would exhaust Seulgi, but she worked even more diligently. We did over 800 takes in 5 hours. Even when I asked her if she wanted to rest, she said she wanted to keep going.”

At the end, Zion.T also commented on the voice of Seulgi. He said, “Seulgi’s voice is so soothing. It has a wide spectrum of emotions that it can express. I was listening to her songs when I realized she was the right person for my song.”

Meanwhile, “ZZZ” contains a total of 7 tracks, with featuring from various artists, such as Hyuk Oh and rapper E-Sens. The album will drop on October 15 at 6 PM, KST.




source: KPopLove via Osen
Tags: red velvet, zion.t
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