Singer Huh Gak Releases Digital Single 'It Hurts'
By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 11:06 AM EDT
Singer Huh Gak, who rings the emotions of the audience with his rich voice, is releasing his new digital single "It Hurts."
Today, the song "It Hurts" released on the music sites such as melon, Mnet, Bugs, Olleh music, and Soribada. The song is about the sad love song, and a ballad that brings up Huh Gak's rich voice.
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Music producer Super Changdai wrote the song with its special rhythm made with the heart beat and Huh Gak's unique sentimental voice is combined to deliver the sadness of break ups in a more emotional way to the fans.
A Cube Entertainment staff stated, "The impressive acoustic guitar and cello will make the voice of Huh Gak stand out even more. Also, the lyrics can be relating to anyone in the audience who's gone through break up, bringing back their memories."
The new digital single 'It Hurts' can be found on all the online music sites on Friday.
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