Aespa, the K-pop group, debuts cover of timeless Christmas tune ‘Jingle Bell Rock’

K-pop Sensation Aespa Releases Their Own Version of “Jingle Bell Rock”

South Korean girl group Aespa has put their own spin on the classic Christmas song “Jingle Bell Rock,” which has been released via Warner Records. The new version infuses the holiday staple with the group’s unique style and soul, bringing new life to the popular tune.

Originally released by Bobby Helms in 1957, “Jingle Bell Rock” has stood the test of time and is currently No. 38 on the Nov. 25-dated Billboard Hot 100 chart. American singer Brenda Lee also released a version of the song in 1964.

Each member of Aespa brings their unique energy and talent to the track, delivering an upbeat and lively anthem for the holiday season. The release of “Jingle Bell Rock” follows the successful launch of Aespa’s new mini-album “Drama,” which has become their third million-selling album, following the success of “Girls” and “My World.”

The girl group has been making waves with their music, recently performing their hit song “Better Things” on ABC’s “Good Morning America.” Additionally, multi-platinum superstar Raye has joined Aespa for the official remix of “Better Things,” further elevating the group’s profile in the music industry.

Aespa’s success goes beyond their music, as they recently completed the “Aaespa LIVE TOUR 2023 ‘SYNK : HYPER LINE’” world tour, which included a 14-date trek through North America, Latin America, and Europe. The group, composed of Karina, Giselle, Winter, and Ningning, continues to captivate audiences around the world with their talent and charisma.

The release of “Jingle Bell Rock” showcases Aespa’s ability to take on classic songs and make them their own, solidifying their position as a rising force in the K-pop music scene.

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