Singer Gain from girl group Brown Eyed Girls will drop the first part of her new album at midnight on Sept. 9, according to the artist’s management at Mystic Entertainment on Wednesday.
The singer plans to release a new album that will be divided into two parts.
The first part will be available next week and is titled “End Again.” It includes five songs, all of which revolve around themes of romance and fantasy.
The concept of the second part of the album, “Begin Again,” will be different from the first although its release date remains unknown.
Having previously released solo mini albums, this will be the first full solo album for the 28-year-old singer. Some of her hits include “Truth or Dare,” “Bloom” and “A Tempo.”
Gain stepped into the music industry in 2006 as a member of her group. Since the group’s debut, the female act has become known for the songs “Recipe,” “Sixth Sense” and “Abracadabra.”
By Jin Min-ji