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Acoustic KPO Singer Roy Kim to Release New Album 'Home' on October 8

2014/09/30 Source

Winner of Mnet's singing competition show Superstar K Season 4 returns with the second studio album in this fall
 
Roy Kim, the Winner of Mnet's singing competition show Superstar K Season 4 will release his second studio album 'Home' on October 8, announced today by Asia's leading content and media company CJ E&M. Roy Kim's handwritten list of all tracks was also revealed.

Produced by Jung Ji Chan and featured by world's famous musicians like Dan Needham, Gary Lunn, Eric Darken, Hong Joon-ho and more, a new song Home explores melodic folk sounds with deep comforts and sympathy. Led by 3-time Grammy award winning producer Marc Uselli in recording string orchestra, it is expected to become the perfect song for this fall.
 
Along with the release of the new album, Roy Kim is scheduled to hold national concert tour in October and November.

 

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