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Tablo's Hip-Hop Influence Shows On New Lee Hi Album With Featured Artists Mino, Dok2 And Incredivle

By Samantha Marie Lifson | March 08, 2016 11:55 AM EST

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It seems like the Lee Hi and hip-hop will be going hand in hand on her upcoming EP Seoulite.

Fans have waited three long years for the talented Lee Hi to make her return. When she was announced as one of the first artists under Epik High leader Tablo's new label HIGHGRND, many wondered what influence the hip hop artist might have on her music.

On March 5, HIGHGRND released the track list of five song. Aside from the two title tracks, the remaining songs all feature well known members of the Korean hip hop community. Joining Lee Hi for the opening track, "World Tour," is none other than YG Entertainment label mate Mino of Winner. Rapper Incredivle, who appeared on Team YG during last year's season of rap competition program Show Me the Money 4 lent his voice to Lee Hi's upcoming track "Official." Finally, Illionaire co-founder and CEO Dok2 contributed to the last track "Fxxk Wit Me."

According to Korea Herald, Tablo expressed his want to expose Lee Hi to the hip hop genre. With such prolific hip hop artists on her record, we would say he did a good job introducing her to the genre.

Curious how these collaborations will sound? Lee Hi's Seoulite will be released this Wednesday.

 

Tagged :  Lee Hi, Tablo, Highgrnd, Mino, DOK2, Incredivle

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