CL pushes release of album from Nov. 30 to next year

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CL pushes release of album from Nov. 30 to next year

A screen capture of a story CL posted on her Instagram account. [SCREEN CAPTURE]

A screen capture of a story CL posted on her Instagram account. [SCREEN CAPTURE]

 
Singer CL, a former member of girl group 2NE1, has decided to push the release of her first physical album until next year. The album was originally scheduled to drop on Nov. 30.
 
She revealed the news on her social media on Monday while also sharing that she is currently in the United States and preparing for 2021 and her next project album “Alpha.”
 
“There have been many new opportunities and ideas, so after long consideration, I decided to change the release date of my album,” she said.
 
“I really wanted to keep my promise, but this is the decision I made to meet you with better work.”
 
Last month, CL released two singles “HWA” and “5STAR.” “HWA” reached No. 3 on Billboard’s World Digital Song Sales last week.
 
BY LEE SUN-MIN   [summerlee@joongang.co.kr]

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