Taeyeon back with second album
“The vocal queen Taeyeon will make a comeback with her second full-length album ‘Purpose’ on Oct. 22,” the agency said.
According to the agency, “Purpose” will feature 12 tracks, including her latest single “Four Seasons” (2019) and “Blue” (2019) and 10 new songs of different styles.
“The title ‘Purpose’ means that it will carry Taeyeon’s goals as both a person and singer and how music has become an important purpose in life,” SM said.
Having added her vocal touch as the leader of Girls’ Generation, Taeyeon has been rocking the K-pop scene as a solo singer, with a slew of hits on her hands including “I” (2015), “11:11” (2016) and “Fine” (2017).
Her album will be released online on Oct. 22 and go on sale on Oct. 23. Preorders began Thursday.
By Yoon So-yeon
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