Veteran ballad singer Sung Si-kyung unveils track list for upcoming album
Korea’s veteran ballad singer Sung Si-kyung is gearing up to drop his eighth full-length album after a 10-year hiatus, his agency SSK announced on Wednesday.
SSK revealed the track list of the album titled “Siot,” which is a consonant in Korean alphabet known as hangul. It consists of 14 songs including “I Love U,” “And we go,” “Mom and dad,” and “What a feeling.”
Veteran musicians participated in composing the music while popular lyricist Kim Ea-na wrote the lyrics for several songs. SSK said Sung also participated in writing three songs on the upcoming album.
Often referred to as the Prince of Ballads, Sung has produced numerous hit songs since his debut in 2001, including “We Make a Good Pair,” “It would be Good,” “First Winter,” and “Somewhere Someday.”
“Siot” will be released on May 21.
BY YIM SEUNG-HYE [firstname.lastname@example.org]