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Verbal Jint Pushes Back Comeback Album Release in Mourning Over Sewol Victims

By Staff Reporter | May 01, 2014 07:50 AM EDT


Hip-hop musician Verbal Jint pushed back his comeback indefinitely.

On April 30, K-Pop source stated: "Verbal Jint originally intended to release his new album this month, but has pushed back release."

Verbal Jint had been scheduled to come back with new album GO HARD after a year and nine months. However, he decided to push back release in grief over the victims of the Sewol ferry sinking.

Agnecy Brand New Music stated: "We decided to reschedule album release to respect the deceased in the ferry Sewol. We will hold further discussions to adjust the release date".

Meanwhile, Verbal Jint's album title is GO HARD Part 1: Upward Leveling. As the first album of the three part GO HARD series, it will stand in contrast to his previous album go easy's title track "You Look Good".

Verbal Jint is known to have gathered all attention to the making of the album; agency has stated: "Verbal Jint's new side will be revealed through this new album."

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