Boy group Super Junior's main vocalist and maknae Kyuhyun will reportedly make his solo comeback in April with a brand new song.
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According to OSEN's report on March 30, it was reported that Kyuhyun will release a new song in April.
In particular, for the new song, Kyuhyun is known to have once again joined forces with Kenzie, the "Hit Song Maker" who worked on 'At Gwanghwamun' and 'A Million Pieces'.
Super Junior Kyuhyun's new solo song will come about 2 months after the winter ballad 'Moving On' released in January. Previously, Kyuhyun started his seasonal projecy '2021 PROJECT: Season' with the summer single 'Dreaming' in July last year. He then released the fall single 'Daystar' in October last year and the winter single 'Moving On' in January.
Super Junior Kyuhyun is welcoming global fans by showing off his unique influence in various fields such as K-pop, entertainment, and musicals. In addition to the '2021 PROJECT: Season', Kyuhyun has proved his global popularity by sweeping music charts all over the world beyond South Korea with Super Junior every album. Besides the musical 'Phantom', which opened on March 17, Kyuhyun will continue his hard work as a host of JTBC's 'Famous Singer Exhibition' and SBS' 'Tikitaka', which will air in April.
It is expected that he will continue prove his existence as a "luxury ballad prince" by drawing positive results with his new song to be released in April.