Epik High set to drop second part of its 10th full-length album on Feb. 14
Veteran K-pop trio Epik High is set to drop the second part of its 10th full-length album, according to its music label Ours Corporation on Tuesday.
“Epik High Is Here Part 2” will be released on Feb. 14. The band has not revealed details on the album, such as how many tracks and who they collaborated with.
For the first part of the album, “Epik High Is Here Part 1,” which was released in January last year, the band worked with a plethora of stars including CL, Zico, Heize, Colde, Changmo, Nucksal, Kim Sa-wol and Woo Won-jae.
The first part of its 10th album marked the trio’s first full-length album after more than three years.
The upcoming album will include one track for sure, “Face ID,” which was pre-released as a digital single last October.
Tablo, the leader of the band, revealed before the release of the first part of the 10th album that he had lost all the lyrics he’d written over the past 10 years, including ones he was going to use for the 10th album, after his mobile phone’s operating system automatically updated itself.
The band decided to split up the album to have more time to work on the second part.
The combination of the two will become Epik High’s official 10th full-length album.
BY YIM SEUNG-HYE [firstname.lastname@example.org]