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The return of the rapper So Ji-sub, features Younha

2013/01/15 | 711 views | Permalink | Source

So Ji-sub's song "Picnic" is being pre-released.

Actor So Ji-sub returns in 10 months as a rapper and before he releases his album "6 O'Clock, the Field" he is going to release his first track titled, "Picnic" on major music sites on the 16th.

"Picnic" is all about So Ji-sub's emotional rap that he whispers or recites. With a unique tone of voice, his rapping voice can seem like someone is talking to him.

Singer Younha features in his song "Picnic". Together they create a song like a movie about a man in love and a woman who has to say goodbye.

So Ji-sub took part in making the song as well. The lyrics, "I want to give everything for the gift that's you / I won't be complete not forever / I will lend you my shoulders every night / You just need to smile / I get nervous like a little child / Who is going on a picnic / My heart thumps at the thought of you" are from his deep heart.

Source : tvdaily.mk.co.kr/read...

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