Shin Hae Chul’s last piece of work, “Pink Monster,” to be released on the 24th

It has been reported that the title and genre of the late Shin Hae Chul‘s last piece of work have been revealed in preparation for the release of his posthumous Best of album.

After the unfortunate death of Korean rock artist Shin Hae Chul, the artist’s agency and family have been preparing to release his last song created titled, “Pink Monster,” within a Best of album that is set to be released on December 24th.

“Pink Monster” has been revealed to be a rock track filled with the artist’s unique wittiness and intensity. Although this track was going to be released earlier as a single, it was decided that it would be best to reveal it along with Shin Hae Chul’s Best of album as the song has not yet been fully completed.

As for “Real World,” Shin Hae Chul’s other posthumous track that was performed by N.EX.T United, the artist’s rock band, at the SBS Gayo Daejun on the 21st, it will be released further on in the future sometime during 2015. A representative of the industry stated that “Real World” is considered as one of Shin Hae Chul’s biggest works that still needs to be completed. They revealed that the orchestra and other compositions to the song still need to be made, which will most likely take until the new year to be finished.

The late rockstar’s agency stated that there were originally three tracks that were set to be released with the Best of album. However, with Shin Hae Chul’s sudden death, a strain on time caused a decrease of songs, leaving it to only one track. Shin Hae Chul’s Best of album will be produced as a 4-CD album consisting of all his greatest hits including his newest song, “Pink Monster.”

The remainder of Shin Hae Chul’s 10 or more posthumous tracks along with “Real World” will be released one by one beginning in the new year.

Source: Newsen