Solbi Makes a Comeback as a Singer
By Staff Writer | June 09, 2012 07:03 PM EDT
The singer turned actress, Solbi, is making a comeback as a singer.
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An insider in the music business claimed, "Solbi is in the process of recording another album. At this rate she will be coming back as a singer by late July." Solbi was a member of the 2006 band, Typhoon, but stopped her music career to peruse another path in broadcasting, musicals, and acting.
She was extremely distressed about not being able to pursue her singing career while she was acting, and this next album shows her resolve. She aims to release her new album by late July or early August. The album will include her title track, few additional songs and will show her effervescent character.
Last year, Solbi starred in the muscial, ‘Toxic Hero,’ and afterwards took time off to prepare herself, mentally and physically, to make a comeback as a singer. She has occasionally used Twitter to keep in touch with her fans. Recently, she uploaded a picture of herself revealing her tight abs and overall fit physique. She also mentioned, "I love hiking. I usually go by myself, but today, I went with my personal trainer. He said that a natural background would look good, and so he took a picture of me. I look around and see so many beautiful things. Everything is so beautiful in the morning." She posted the picture along with this text.
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