Singer-songwriter Paul Kim is poised to release his second full-length album “Part 2: Heart, Two” on April 22, his agency Neuron Music said Saturday.
Kim took to his YouTube Friday to disclose a one-minute preview video of all five numbers in the upcoming EP, including the mawkish lead track “But I’ll Miss You.”In the clip, he plays a worn-out office worker for the track “Overload,” which depicts the listless life of employees these days.
“We have music videos for all five songs this time to resonate more with the listeners,” Neuron said in a statement. The musician took part in the creative process for the EP, which is a sequel to his October release “Part 1: Heart One.”Kim, a Korean-American artist, made his name hereafter appearing on the third season of MBC’s “Star Audition: The Great Birth” (2012-13). He officially debuted in 2014 with the single “Would You Like Some Coffee?” and released a string of hits such as “Every day, Every Moment” (2018).
Source: The Korea Times