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‘The Voice of Korea’ Winner, Son Seung Yeon Releases Debut Album on October 23

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2012.10.11 10:10 Mwave Stewart Ho

After claiming the champion title for the first season of Mnet’s The Voice of Korea, the talented Son Seung Yeon will be releasing her debut album in the coming weeks.

Son Seung Yeon’s The Ugly Duckling’s Flapping will be unveiled online and offline beginning on October 23. The album will include six tracks including title track, Heart, My Heart, and was entirely produced by hit maker Park Geun Tae, the man behind hit tracks such as Baek Ji Young’s I Won’t Love and Ivy’s If You’re Going to Be Like This.

Heart, My Heart is said to be about the pain and emotions of a one-sided love.

Park Geun Tae himself had nothing but praise for Son Seung Yeon saying, “The way she can control her emotions, it’s difficult to believe she is in her 20s, and she is an artist who you can see the growing potential and skill and makes you anticipate her even more.”

‘The Voice of Korea’ Winner, Son Seung Yeon Releases Debut Album on October 23

The album’s producing company, Universal Music, commented on the upcoming album, “We shed the usual repertoire of audition program artists and included a diverse range of genres including pop, jazz, R&B, alternative, rock and more and included tracks that can be enjoyed not only from listeners here but listeners abroad. Additionally, you will see a new side of Son Seung Yeon who also can rap.”

In the first season of The Voice of Korea, Son Seung Yeon almost immediately commanded the attention of listeners and audience members for her explosive vocals and earned a standing ovation for four consecutive performances before winning the show’s first season.

Photo Credit: Universal Music

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