Meaning of “Regular (English Ver.)” by NCT 127
“Regular (English Ver.)” is a song by NCT 127 – the sub-unit of the renowned South Korean boy band NCT. In the lyrics of this tune, the members of the band sing and rap about working hard in life to make as much money as possible. Their sole aim of doing that is to ensure that they enjoy the ultra rich lifestyle they yearn for.
Facts about “Regular (English Ver.)”
- The song was released on October 9, 2018. It is the lead single from the 2018 album Regular-Irregular. The album in question is NCT 127’s debut studio album.
- “Regular”premiered on Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 music by Apple Music on October 9, 2018.
- Music producers Mitchell Owens and Mike Daley took charge of the production of the song.
- The song was first released in Korean. However, the band decided to record an English version of the song to give fans outside Korea the opportunity to enjoy it. Mark (a member of the band) confirmed this during the song’s premiere on Beats 1.
- There are some Spanish lyrics in this song.
- “Regular” is technically NCT 127’s first-ever released English language song.
Did NCT 127 make a music video for “Regular”?
Yes, the band did. The scenes of the clip appear to have been inspired by the 2012 South Korean heist film titled The Thieves.
Are both the Korean and English versions of this song on the same album?
Yes. The Korean version is the second track on the album Regular-Irregular. The English version is the album’s tenth track.
What does NCT stand for?
The NCT in the band’s name is an acronym for the phrase Neo Culture Technology. The 127 refers to the city of Seoul’s DMS longitude coordinate. The band hails from Seoul.