Perfect Velvet is the second studio album by South Korean girl group Red Velvet. It was released on November 17, 2017 by S.M. Entertainment with the lead single (known as title track) "Peek-A-Boo". It is the group's first full album release in two years and three months since The Red and the group’s third major release to focus on their "Velvet" concept, following their second extended play The Velvet, which was released in March 2016.
Perfect Velvet has nine songs which features mostly pop, hip hop, soul and R&B genres. The album's first track "Peek-A-Boo" was described as an up-tempo pop song with addictive hooks. 봐 (Look) is a disco-styled dance song written by Jinbo and Sumin who also composed the song along with Charli Taft and Daniel "Obi" Klein who previously worked with the group for their last single, "Red Flavor". "I Just" is a pop song with a futuristic bass and distinctive synth sound composed by Aventurina King, Kim Boo-min, John Fulford with arrangement by South Korean EDM artist and DJ, Hitchhiker and its Korean lyrics written by Kim Boo-min. The fourth track "Kingdom Come" has been noted as an R&B song with a gentle beat and a soft melody. It was written by Lee Seu-ran of Jam Factory with music by Deez, Ylva Dimberg and was produced by The Stereotypes. 두 번째 데이트 (My Second Date) was characterized as a mid-tempo pop track, composed by James Wong, Sidnie Tipton and Sophie Stern with lyrics by Jeon Gan-di. "Attaboy" is a hip-hop song with a hook melody. It was penned by S.M. Entertainment lyricist Kenzie who also composed the song with Ylva Dimberg and The Stereotypes. "Perfect 10" is an R&B song composed by Charli Taft, Daniel "Obi" Klein and Deez with lyrics by Cho Yoon-kyung. "About Love" is a mid-tempo pop song produced by re:one who also composed the song with Davey Nate. Its lyrics were written by 1월 8일 of Jam Factory. The final track "Moonlight Melody" is a R&B song with a delicate piano melody, written and composed by Lee Joo-hyung of Monotree and Kwon Deok-geun.
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