Super Junior’s Sungmin To Debut As A Solo Artist
Super Junior’s Sungmin will be returning as a solo artist for the first time in 14 years.
On November 4, it was announced that he finished shooting for the album and that the album would release sometime at the end of November or beginning of December.
Sungmin debuted as Super Junior in 2005 and has never released a solo album until now.
He has released a solo track titled “Day Dream,” through SM Entertainment last March, but this is the first time to release an official solo album. This album will also be an actual album and not a digital single.
Sungmin declared that he would not be a part of Super Junior promotions in July of 2017 and has been active separately from the group. He started his YouTube channel LIUstudio and has been communicating with fans through the platform.
Sungmin has been known for his unique high-tone vocals. Fans are excited to see what type of music he will release.
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