Baek A-yeon to release first single in a year and a half
Singer Baek A-yeon will make a comeback with her fourth single after a year and a half, her agency Eden Entertainment said on Monday.
The agency uploaded an image on Sunday midnight through its official social media accounts, sharing the news of the singer's new single, "Looking For Love," set to drop on June 16.
"Through this album, Baek A-yeon will break free from the neat and girly image she held before," the agency said.
"It will be a new challenge and change, while also keeping her musical uniqueness, which brought her the love of people."
Baek made her television debut in the first season of SBS's audition program "K-Pop Star" (2011), leaving an impression on viewers with her third place finish.
She signed with JYP Entertainment in 2012 and released hit pop tracks with her unique singing style, including "A Good Boy" (2013), "Shouldn't Have..." (2015) and "So-so" (2016).
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