4MEN's Shin Yong Jae To Release Solo Album!
By Staff Writer | July 11, 2012 07:41 AM EDT
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24 will consist of six new songs. Two of these songs, including the title song, were lyrically and musically composed by Shin Yong Jae himself.
Shin Yong Jae has been working on his album for while, so it is expected to contain high quality music. The singer seems to be confident about his album, as it will be released on the day when the London 2012 Olympics commence. This is because most singers have a tendency to avoid releasing anything around the Olympics season, since the general public tends to have a greater interest for sports than for music during that time.
4Men's representatives said, "We are worried about the nation's great interest in the Olympics, but rather than avoid it, we have decided to stick to our schedule and progress with promotions." They added, "It will be an album that won't disappoint the many anticipating music fans."
Shin Yong Jae will first meet fans at the Jamsil Stadium on July 15 along with other singers for a 'Voice 4 Concert' before his album release.
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