Kang Seung Yoon's Teaser Image And Lyrics For 'Wild And Young' Released On Official YG Blog
By Staff Writer | July 30, 2013 08:05 AM EDT
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On July 31 the singer will drop his new song "Wild and Young," but his agency, YG Entertainment, has given fans a special little treat by releasing the song's lyrics and a teaser photo of Kang Seung Yoon through their official blog on July 30.
The black and white photograph shows the soloist holding a customized guitar in front of his face so only the indirect gaze from his eyes can be seen.
The song, which was written and composed by YG Entertainment's main producer, Teddy, is said to fall into a genre that is very different from his usual style.
The revealed lyrics are primarily about love and include sentiments like, "Though my life may press in on me, I live on because you'll be there at the end of it all" and "People still say I'm young, I don't need that, I'll run to you."
YG Entertainment's CEO Yang Hyun Suk is said to be leading the charge with Kang Seung Yoon's debut and reportedly has been very hands-on in every step of the process including personally editing parts of the music video.
"Wild and Young" will officially be released on July 31 and Kang Seung Yoon will personally debut it on the August 4 broadcast of SBS's Inkigayo.
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