EXO’s Lay To Release “Give Me A Chance” Ahead Of “Namanana” Album
Xingmis, you are in for a treat as Lay gives you “Give Me A Chance” ahead of his US debut!
Lay of EXO is set to heighten fans anticipation for his debut in the United States by unveiling his pre-release track, “Give Me A Chance”.
The song is an urban pop song featuring dreamlike pluck sound accompanied by Lay’s emotional voice which will convey a feeling of longing for a former lover. It will be released on October 5, 14 days ahead of the release of his third solo album, Namanana.
Additionally, the music video of the song will be revealed on October 7, Lay’s birthday, via SM Entertainment’s official YouTube channels and Naver TV channels. “Give Me A Chance” is also a collaboration track with American singer-songwriter Bazzi.
Along with “Give Me A Chance”, the album will contain a total of 11 tracks including the title song “Namanana”. It will also include the songs namely “The Assembly Call”, “Lay U Down”, “Save You”, “Hold On”, “Thing for You”, “Mapo Tofu”, “Flavor”, “Don’t Let Me Go”, and “Tattoo”.
Like with his previous releases, the singer-songwriter actively participated in composing and arranging for all the songs on the album. The album, which will mark the EXO member’s debut in the United States, will feature collaborations with Rice n’ Peas, MARZ Music, 153 Joombas Music group, among others.
@LAY_zhang_ 3rd album, NAMANANA, is now available for pre-order on https://t.co/l2FyohrM0Y in the USA. 22 songs in English and Chinese done by #producerLayZhang. Official release is Oct. 19th for the digital album worldwide too! Pre-sale link: https://t.co/ALntArSBr0 pic.twitter.com/fDgcYBieRS
— Lay Zhang Studio (@lay_studio) September 24, 2018
Excitement is high for Namanana as it will once again showcase the musical abilities and skills of Lay who always impresses with his releases including his recent collaboration with DJ Alan Walker for the re-lift version of “Sheep”, the lead single from his first studio album, LAY 02 SHEEP.
Moreover, after only two days since pre-order for the album was opened on Amazon, Namanana already soared on top of the Amazon’s best-sellers for CD and vinyls.
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