Iu To Comeback With Fifth Full
IU has confirmed the title of her forthcoming fifth studio album might be ‘LILAC’. IU will be back with a new album 4 years after the discharge of her fourth album, “Palette,” in 2017. The album, which appears to be titled “LILAC,” is due out on March 25 at 6 p.m. Other artists who took half in songwriting include Lee Chan Hyuk, Woogie, Penomeco, Naul, and extra.
The album, which is predicted to have a mature theme in opposition to the “Nation’s Little Sister” picture that IU has presented on her previous work. On January 24, 2012, IU held a reside showcase at Tokyo’s Bunkamura Orchard Hall. At the time of the showcase, it was famous that she was the youngest Korean singer ever to carry out on the Hall. On March 1, she released a promotional video for the Japanese model of “Good Day”, the title track of her Japanese single album. The album, which incorporates DVD footage from the showcase, was later launched on March 21, 2012. On April sixteen, 2009, IU launched her first full album, titledGrowing Up, with the lead promotional quantity “Boo”.
While there isn’t a info yet in regards to the upcoming album, anticipation continues to be excessive. This might be IU’s fifth full-size album and her first in three years after 2017’s Palette. The year of its launch,Palette reached high charts in IU’s home country and was ranked the Best K-pop Album of the yr by Billboard. It looks like she’s gearing as much as release more particulars, because the first crumb got here earlier right now. IU teased a pre-release single for her new album, titled ‘Celebrity’.
In January 2011, IU’s music “Someday” from KBS’s dramaDream Highwas launched. Netizens instantly observed a similarity to “To My Man”, sung by Ash, and accused songwriter Park Jin-younger of plagiarism. Songwriter Kim Sin-il filed a lawsuit against Park for plagiarizing “To My Man”, by which he ultimately won. IU labored with some of South Korea’s most well-known musicians and producers for her third mini-album,Real, released in December 2010. Lee Min Soo and Kim Eana, the creators of IU’s previous hit “Nagging”, helped produce her award-profitable song “좋은 날” (“Good Day”).
In January, the singer unveiled the only “Celebrity,” one of the songs that might be included on the upcoming album. The singer debuted with “Lost Child” in September 2008, which was released because the lead single for her debut EP Lost and Found . The single and the EP didn’t enter the charts till 2012 and have been thought of a failure by the singer herself.
Also, sales for each Modern Times and Modern Times – Epilogue are combined. Also, sales for each commonplace and limited editions are mixed. Sales figures for Growing Up are solely out there since January 2010. The Japanese version was launched in Japan on March 21, 2012.