K-Pop industry's leading composers Hui, Soyeon and Daehwi will produce songs for the final TOP 7 contestants of Mnet's 'Cap-TEEN', the first teenage audition in South Korea.
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Mnet's 'CAP-TEEN' is becoming a program that the whole family enjoys together with the love of teenagers and parents. While running toward the 'Team Battle Mission', the third round, Hui, Soyeon, Daehwi and famous composers were found to be preparing for the TOP 7 contest, drawing attention.
Hui is in charge of producing for PENTAGON. He is a representative composer in the music industry who has provided songs to various artists such as Shinhwa, Han Yohan, JO1 and Wei. In particular, he shows outstanding arrangement skills in leading music programs, and is also praised by established composers and critics.
Soyeon is a composer who is rapidly emerging with perfectionism and plump ideas that take care of every detail. Soyeon has participated in writing and composing all the title songs of (G)I-DLE that have been released so far, as well as leading the production of members who are well-known for their excellent conceptual skills, and is spotlighted as the next generation composer.
Lee Daehwi is a new composer who sensibly interprets ideas from everyday life and expresses them in music. Daehwi, who said he would have become an idol or a composer, is gradually expanding his scope as a producer by providing songs to his group AB6IX production as well as many artists such as IZ*ONE and Yoon Ji Sung.
With the 'Team Battle Mission', the third gateway after 'K-POP Talent Evaluation' and 'Genre TOP Mission', attention is being paid to who will be the final No. 1 CAP-TEEN with the new songs of the three composers and famous producers.
Mnet's first teen audition called 'CAP-TEEN' is broadcast on Mnet every Thursday night at 8:30 PM KST.