TVXQ’s Yunho To Join Forces With Giriboy For “Hit Me Up”
Who’s excited for a Yunho X Giriboy collaboration?
As the countdown for his solo debut in South Korea intensifies, TVXQ’s Yunho drops more exciting details for his first solo mini album titled True Colors with new sets of teaser photos and a highlight for “Hit Me Up”.
The singer carries on the use of colors in the teasers, firing up the new batch of photographs with the color orange — a striking contrast to yesterday’s photos for “Change The World” where he channeled perfection in white.
Yunho will also tap rapper and songwriter Giriboy for “Hit Me Up” which will serve as one of the six tracks in the mini album.
Described as disco-style pop dance number, the upcoming song will impress with its groovy bass line and the collaboration between the two singers who will work together for the first time through the single.
유노윤호 U-Know The 1st Mini Album ['True Colors'] – ‘불러 (Hit Me Up)' Highlight
— TVXQ! (@TVXQ) June 7, 2019
With the release of teasers for “Hit Me Up”, the track list of True Colors has been fully unveiled. Still, fans can look forward to teaser photos and a highlight for the EP’s title track “Follow” which are yet to be released.
Aside from “Hit Me Up” and “Follow”, the mini album will also contain the tracks “Blue Jeans”, “Swing”, “Why”, and “Change the World”.
Yunho will make his official debut as a solo artist in South Korea on June 12 through the release of True Colors. He will also take the stage on the same day for his debut showcase titled U-Know Showcase – TRUE COLORS.
In addition, Cassiopeias can witness the preparation of the leader of TVXQ for his solo debut and glimpses of his daily life through his RGB vlog.
The vlog series, which will run for three weeks, comes out with a new episode every Tuesday and Saturday. It premiered on June 4 with the next episode set for June 8. RGB is viewable via SMTOWN’s Naver and YouTube channels.
In related news, Yunho and Changmin will hold encore concerts for their TVXQ Concert – CIRCLE – #with tour in Asian cities namely Bangkok, Manila, and Hong Kong in July.