Singer Huh Gak to release special album to mark 10th anniversary of his debut
Singer Huh Gak will release a special album "Hello" on Dec. 28 to mark the 10th anniversary of his debut, his agency Play M Entertainment announced on Tuesday.
"Hello" was also the name of his lead track of his debut album "First Story" (2011).
The 12-track special album will not only contain new songs but also remakes of Huh’s hit songs including "Hello" and "I Told You I Wanna Die" (2011).
The agency announced that lyricist Yang Jae-sun, who wrote the lyrics for mega-hit songs such as Shin Seung-hoon's "I Believe" and Sung Si-kyung's "The Road that Leads To Me,” collaborated with Huh for the lead track "How Did We Break Up?" (translated).
After winning Mnet’s reality audition program “Superstar K” in 2010, Huh Gak has emerged as one of Korea’s top balladeers.
BY KIM YEON-AH [firstname.lastname@example.org]
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