Se7en to release Japanese album

By Korea Herald
  • Published : Nov 10, 2016 - 17:05
  • Updated : Nov 10, 2016 - 17:05

Se7en has had a busy year.

After returning with his first Korean EP “I am Se7en” in over four years in October, the singer is set to release a new Japanese album next month.

During a fan meeting held at the Tokyo Dome City Hall in Japan on Wednesday, Se7en announced his plans for the upcoming studio album “Danger Man,” according to the artist’s management agency Eleven 9 Entertainment on Thursday.

Se7en (Eleven 9 Entertainment)

“The new album will include everything from rhythm-and-blues to dance to punk music,” he told his fans.

Following accusations of visiting a prostitute while on military duty in 2013, the 31-year-old artist recently returned to the spotlight in Japan in July with the three-track EP “Rainbow.” “Danger Man” is the singer’s first Japanese full-length album since the release of “First Se7en” in 2006.

Upon the release of the 12-track album “Danger Man” on Dec. 7, Se7en is scheduled to hold more broadcast appearances and promotional activities in Japan.

By Kim Yu-young (ivykim@heraldcorp.com)