Gain to Release Second Solo Album, 'Talk about S' on October 15

By Staff Writer | September 22, 2012 01:57 AM EDT

Gain to Release Second Solo Album, 'Talk about S' on October 15
Gain to Release Second Solo Album, 'Talk about S' on October 15 (Photo : d)

Brown Eyed Girls member Gain will be coming back with a new solo album.

She will come back with her new album, Talk about S, on October 15.

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Gain released her first solo album in 2012 and showcased a tango concept. She performed bare foot and left an interesting image on the audience.

Her second solo album was produced by Jo Young Chul who has also written IU's songs.

With fans anticipating her new album, she posted a black and white picture of herself on the LOEN TREE official Twitter.

In the picture, she is wearing a black outfit with a bright light shining in her direction. Her alluring expression captures the hearts of the viewers.

Her entertainment states that Gain will be showing off her own individual talent in this album.

Her teaser video will be up first on September 25.

Tagged :  Gain, Brown Eyed Girls, solo, Talk About S

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