Park Jeong-hyun's 3rd Album

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Park Jeong-hyun's 3rd Album

"What about using this lyric for this part... We can have a scherzo rhythm and use piano for the instruments so that it can sound cozy..."

Nowadays, fans are deeply involved in designing a singer's album. A popular rhythm & blues singer Park Jeong-hyun is preparing for her 3rd album, which is to be released in April.
For this album she has taken an unprecedented mutual design concept. With the help of the Internet, she is looking for the input of her fans. She has placed the melody of her title song of her 3rd album on the internet at 'www.daum.net'. Along with the melody is an ad saying that "We are looking for your lyrics for Park Jeong-hyun's 3rd album". This has become quite a boon among netizens.
Her record company, DMR, is planning to post the whole collection process on the Internet. This will be done for two months prior to the completion of the song.
For the people who's lyrics are selected, they will be given the opportunity to work exclusive for DMR as song writers.
Park Jeong-hyun, who is famous for her powerful and charming voice, made her debut in 1998 with the song called 'A day of mine'. She gained additional popularity last year with her song 'I'll write'. Park herself is a netizen who writes E-mail to her friends and family in the United States, and she also enjoys shopping on the Internet.
The concept for input from the fans over the Internet was in fact Park's idea.

by Kang Chan-ho

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