The all-girl group is redefining what it means to be female singers in South Korea. Joy, Irene, Seulgi, Wendy and Yeri have geared their music toward girls rather than men, bucking the K-Pop standard for female groups. Instead of just releasing pop song after pop song, Red Velvet was the first K-Pop group to release R&B songs and experiment with varying styles. Their sassy anthem “Bad Boy” shot up to No. 3 on the Billboard World Albums chart earlier this year. The girls collaborated on the song with the producer behind Bruno Mars’s “That’s What I Like.” Maybe Red Velvet will full the Fifth Harmony-shaped hole in your heart!