Yesung, a main vocalist of boy group Super Junior, is reportedly working hard to prepare for his comeback in May as a solo singer.
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According to a report on April 15, Yesung is preparing for his solo comeback in May. After finishing filming the music video for the new song, he is almost at the end of preparations for the album.
Yesung's new release is expected to be his 4th mini album and will mark his first solo comeback in about 2 years since his third mini album "'Pink Magic' released in June 2019.
After successfully completing the promotion activities for Super Junior's 10th full-length album 'The Renaissance' recently, Yesung will take over the solo baton following Kyuhyun, who released the single 'Coffee' on April 13.
As Yesung, who has greet fans through Super Junior's group and unit activities, is releasing a solo product after a long time, he is said to be working hard on perfecting the new album. Fans around the world are looking forward to the day they are blessed with the vocalist's unique emotional voice.
Last time, Yesung's global popularity was proven as his 'Pink Magic' ranked No.1 on iTunes album chart in 25 regions around the world, including Mexico, Chile, Poland, Thailand, Singapore, Indonesia, Taiwan and Hong Kong. The singer is expected to prove his explosive influence again this May.