Nam Tae Hyun To Work With Veteran Songwriters For His Solo Debut
Nam Tae Hyun is going solo this September!
Singer-songwriter Nam Tae Hyun is set to make his solo debut this month with an upcoming single.
Nam confirmed his solo project through teaser images uploaded in his Instagram account. With the caption, he announced that his new single, “Star”, will be released on September 4.
Additionally, the leader and vocalist of South Club will work with acclaimed singer-songwriter Sungwoo Jung Ah and veteran songwriter Park Geun Tae for the track. Sunwoo wrote the lyrics, while Park composed and arranged the song.
Following his departure from WINNER, Nam returned to the music scene through the band he founded in 2017, South Club. Together with Nam Dong Hyun, Jang Won Young, and Kang Kun Ku, the band debuted on 26 May 2017 with the single, “Hug Me”, followed by the release of the extended play, 90.
South Club went on to release another EP, 20, on 30 May 2018. The band also went on a fan meeting tour in Europe and its first Japan tour in 2018.
Meanwhile, Sunwoo Jung Ah has collaborated with many K-Pop acts including CNBLUE’s Jung Yong Hwa, San E, and IU. She also served as the co-composer of GD & TOP’s “Oh Yeah” featuring Park Bom, 2NE1’s “It Hurts”, and IU’s “Jam Jam”, among others.