Nam Soorim releases "Drive Me to the Moon" album + MV
Grandline Entertainment's Nam Soorim teased listeners with a short version of her new song "Drive Me to the Moon." Now, she has released not only the album, but the full music video as well.
This album marks her first release under her real name rather than under Rimi, the stage name she had been using before. The singer-songwriter brings fans a light album featuring five tracks. She tells her story through this album, which features her acoustic, unique compositions rather than the rap pieces she made in the past.
Her title song, "He's Just Not That Into You," features Jo Hyunah from Urban Zakapa. It sorrowfully describes the conflicts women face between love and interests.
"My Life is a Comedy" identifies life with a third-class comedy film whereas "I Love You, Paul" is dedicated to Paul McCartney.
"I Prefer Gentlemen" is a fun reggae beat put to lyrics that crave a mature relationship.
"Drive Me to the Moon," the song from the teaser, features Park Jiyoon's vocals to create a fantasy world.
Not only did strong artists contribute their vocals, many famous crew members helped to perfect this album. Hong Sojin, composer for "Voice of Korea" supervised the production of this release. The band was very strong as well with Yoon Kabyeol who is a guitarist for Asoto Union and Windy City, bassist Han Karam of Leessang and drummer Kim Soojoon from Jung Youngwon Band.
Additionally, Big Pie and Cry Baby co-produced this album, truly bringing its quality to a new level.
The music video for "Drive Me to the Moon" features a young couple on a date at an amusement park. They ride many of the roller coasters and spend their day there. Eventually, their roller coaster cart transforms into a car with which they explore the sky among the fireworks.
Directed by eardarlin', the video ends with an eclipse, whiting out the whole screen.
Don't forget to purchase her album on sites like Naver and Bugs.
Check out the "Drive Me to the Moon" music video below:
"Drive Me to the Moon" music video:
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