SHINee's Key will hold a solo concert through the world's first online-only paid concert called "Beyond Live" on September 26.
SHINee's Key to hold his solo online concert through 'Beyond Live'
Key's solo concert named "Beyond Live - Key: Groks in the Keyland" is scheduled to broadcast live all over the world for a price through Naver V LIVE's Beyond Live channel at 3 PM on September 26. It is also expected to receive a warm response from music fans worldwide.
Particularly, this concert is Key's solo concert in almost two years and seven months since " Key Land - Key" which was held in February 2019.
Furthermore, Key gets a good response by taking first place on different music charts like Bugs and Vibe with the pre-release single "Hate That," which was released on August 30. Key will also release a new solo album by the end of September, and he will continue with various activities. The stage to be shown in the show will raise expectations even more.
Additionally, the tickets for "Beyond Live - Key: Groks in the Keyland" can be purchased on Naver V LIVE and SM Town & Store's homepage from 3 PM (KST) on September 1.
"Groks in The Keyland" is scheduled to take place on September 26 at 3 PM (KST). It will present an opportunity for the fans to catch live performances of Key's solo comeback album tracks for the first time.
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SHINee's Key Prepares for his comeback in September
At the same time, Key is now gearing up for his first solo comeback in September. It is his first music release in around 2 and a half years. Back on August 30, Key revealed his pre-release single "Hate That..." featuring Taeyeon. It brings out his emotional side.
"Hate That..." is a track that is included in his upcoming album. It is Key's first solo music in two and a half years since his repackaged album "I Wanna Be" was released in March 2019.
The video opens with Key sitting alone in a space station before he makes an escape for Earth when the station starts to malfunction. The clip also features Key singing in the rain, expressing his frustration to a former lover, hoping that they will also feel miserable as he does.
"Hate That..." has been named a "pre-release" single, in an anticipation of Key's upcoming solo mini-album which will come out in September. Right after the song's release, Key took to Instagram to publish some behind-the-scenes shots from the music video. "Hate that is out!!!" he wrote in the caption.
"Hate That..." marks the SHINee member's first solo release in almost three years, since his last single, "I Wanna Be," in 2019. The release was a repackaged version of his 2018 debut solo studio album "Face," it features collaborations with SISTAR's Soyou, (G)I-DLE's Soyeon, and South Korean Singer Crush.
Key debuted in 2008 as one of the members of SHINee, and then he launched his solo career in 2018 with the single "Forever Yours." Key has seen success on his own, he also released a solo Japanese EP in 2018, and he held a concert in 2019.
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Written by Annie Barmaine.