Oct. three - — South Korean singer K.Will let go a brand new album this current week.
The 35-year-old K-pop show star, born Kim Hyung-soo, returned with the album Part. 1 Nonfiction on Tues. to celebrate and honor his 10th anniversary as a recording artist.
K.Will let go his debut studio album, Left Heart, in 2007, & last let go the EP [RE:] in Mar. 2015. He promoted Part. 1 Nonfiction at a showcase Tues. in Seoul, South Korea.
“As my break-off was getting longer, I became nervous,” the singer stated, in accordance to The- Korea Times. “I used to be nervous people might overlook me if I did not make a comeback soon.”
“Yearly, my best song is totally different. This yr, I would like to allege ‘Left Heart’ is probably the most significant,” he stated of his debut single. “I’m grateful I have made it this far.”
K.Will plans to release Part 2. Nonfiction after he finishes promoting Part. 1. He initially recorded 20 songs for the brand new album, still split the record in two to bring more attention to the totally different tracks.
“I felt unhappy imagining my valuable songs going unheard. I have put much effort in to recording them & they’re like my kids. So I made a decision to release my songs divided in two albums,” the K-pop show star defined.
K.Will is understood for the singles “My Heart Beating,” “I Need You” & “You Do not Know Love.” He let go a music video for the brand new song “Nonfiction” last week.