Korean Pop Artist Lee Michelle Announces Upcoming Mini Album ‘Day-By-Day’
August 4, 2020 | 1600 Visits
New album will feature seven fresh singles from Lee
Korean pop artist Lee Michelle, in conjunction with Wildest Dream Entertainment, has announced the upcoming release of her new mini-album, ‘Day-By-Day’.
This new album marks the first fresh music from Lee since the release of her mini-album ‘I Can Sing’ in 2015. ‘I Can Sing’ was Lee’s breakout solo album and featured material primarily written by her. Just a year before, she debuted her single “Without You”, which captivated audiences everywhere.
Lee got her start as a South Korean Singer as a contestant on the first season of ‘K-pop Star’, which showcased talent from across South Korea. She gained high acclaim for her powerhouse vocals and wide range. After the show, Lee joined an all girl group called SuPearls, but the band soon after disbanded. At that time, Lee began to focus on her solo career, which has brought about exciting collaborations with other artists, such as South Korean rapper Double K, and a growing fan base.
Most recently, Lee was featured on ‘Tribe of Hip Hop 2’ in 2016, where she earned the nickname “Korean Missy Elliott”.
Since her time on ‘Tribe of Hip Hop 2’, Lee has stepped away from the limelight for a bit to enjoy life as she knows it. Recently, however, she decided it was time to come back to her fans. Lee began writing the songs that would soon be known as past of the ‘Day-By-Day’ track list.
‘Day-By-Day’ will feature seven brand new songs, primarily written by Lee. The new mini album is scheduled for an official release on August 7, 2020, at 7pm. KST
The album is being released in conjunction with Wildest Dream Entertainment, which is a division of KCrush America Magazine. KCrush America Magazine offers digital and printed publications, as well as events, that connect audiences with the latest Asian entertainment. KCrush America Magazine and Wildest Dream Entertainment are both committed to bringing the best of Asian entertainment to fans everywhere.
Wildest Dream Entertainment is a music production company developed to give a voice to those global talents wanting to be heard musically and professionally in making a difference in the world through music and cultural diversity. Wildest Dream Entertainment is a division of KCrush American Magazine.
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