Ailee Comes Back with Album 'Invitation'
By Staff Writer | October 16, 2012 11:58 AM EDT
Ailee's first mini album Invitation will be released on Tuesday noon is produced by talented producers such as Kim Do Hoon, Lee Hyun Seung, Park Guentae, Double Sidekick, Wheesung, and featured by unique artists such as Verbal Jint, Swings and Simon D.
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The mini album Invitation title song "I Will Show You" was composed by the best combination song writers Kim Do Hoon and Lee Hyun Seung (ITOMY) and written by Kang Eun Kyung. It attracts the listeners with an easy, addictive melody and powerful, emotional voice of Ailee.
Ailee will especially show her singing skills representing the story of women mind where she is determined to be a better person after the lover left, with the mellow piano background. Also, the songs "Storm," "My Love," "Evening Sky," "Shut Up," and "Heaven" that gained popularity in the beginning of the year will be in the album showing different genres such as R&B, ballad, and acoustic pop. It will satisfy the eyes and the ears of the fans that have been waiting for Ailee's new album.
Ailee will come back on Mnet's "M Countdown" on Thursday, and the first mini album Invitation will be released on Tuesday.
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