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Epik High’s Tablo Says “Fever’s End” Might Be His First And Last Solo Album

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Tablo of Epik High might not release a solo album any time soon.

Rapper and songwriter Tablo may never follow up on his 2011 solo album, Fever’s End. 

The leader and producer of Epik High said that his first solo album will probably be his last solo album, as well — a statement he dropped in response to a fan’s tweet on July 11.

And when asked on the reason why he made such assumption, Tablo said he never want to feel that pain again.

Fever’s End, which was released in two parts, was the rapper’s first extended play and first release under then his new label, YG Entertainment.

It also came after Epik High’s hiatus due to the military enlistment of DJ Tukutz and after the Stanford controversy, where Tablo was falsely accused of faking his academic background, was addressed.

The EP contained a total of ten tracks — five for each part. The first part, which contained the track, “Airbag” peaked at the 12th spot of Gaon chart.

The second part, which saw Tablo and Taeyang’s collaboration in “Tomorrow”, contained “Dear TV”, the track mentioned in the tweet. The second part peaked at the 13th spot of Gaon chart.

Moreover, “Airbag” and “Tomorrow” peaked at the fourth and second spots of Gaon chart.