Nam Gyu-ri releases digital single ‘HALO’ on the 22nd
Nam Gyu-ri releases digital single ‘HALO’ on the 22nd
Nam Gyu-ri returns with a new song ‘HALO’ after 13 years.

On the 14th, her agency Higher Rank Entertainment said, “Nam Gyu-ri will release her first digital single album ‘HALO’ through various music sites at 6 PM on the 22nd.” He said.

Breaking the long wait, singer Nam Gyu-ri will present a new musical attempt to fans through new music 'HALO' filled with her own unique color, and will prove her musical capabilities once again.

This single album, produced by music investment platform Music Cow, is raising fans' expectations as Nam Gyu-ri participated in writing and composing the lyrics herself. The lyrics contain the worries, worries, and excitement that Nam Gyu-ri experienced while preparing to return to the stage after a long time, and convey a message of anticipation and hope that she will be able to meet her fans again. The lyrics, which contain a special meaning of becoming a halo with fans and going out into a bright world together, are expected to wrap the hearts of fans who have been waiting for a long time.

'HALO' is a medium-tempo pop song that combines elements of New Wave with Nu disco. It is a song that deviates from Nam Gyu-ri's existing style while deeply conveying Nam Gyu-ri's unique sensibility. As a result, fans can feel a familiar yet new charm, raising expectations.

The music video released along with the sound source will feature Nam Gyu-ri recalling past memories with her fans and envisioning the days she will spend with them in the future.

After debuting with 'See Ya' in 2006, Nam Gyu-ri established herself as Korea's best singer with outstanding singing skills, starting with her first album 'The First Mind' and releasing 'Scent of a Woman', 'Shoes', and 'Greetings of Love'. It was loved by many people. Accordingly, interest is growing in the new musical genre and sensibility that Nam Gyu-ri will present.

Meanwhile, Nam Gyu-ri's first digital single 'HALO' can be enjoyed on various online music sites at 6 pm on the 22nd.

Reporter Junho Yoon, Ten Asia translated by google