Lee Seung-hyup “A lot of troubles on solo albums… I took out all songs like N.Flying”

[Reporter Lee Da-gyeom, Daily Economy Star Today]

Band N.Flying’s Lee Seung-hyup said he thought a lot before releasing his solo album.

Lee Seung-hyup held an online music appreciation meeting to commemorate the release of his solo debut album “ON THE TRACK” on his YouTube channel at 3 p.m. on the 22nd and released his new song.

On this day, Lee Seung-hyup said, “I didn’t know ‘On the Track’ would come out of the world,” and added, “I prepared a lot of songs while preparing for this album.” The company people said, “This is totally Lee Seung-hyup,” so I came back with this album name. Lee Seung-hyup’s skills, stories, and messages of consolation remain in various genres. “I’ve made a debut as a solo artist.

When Lee Seung-hyup said that he must have had a lot of worries because he had to show a different side from N.Flying’s music, he said, “Because I work on a lot of N.Flying songs, all the results are me. Since I work on my solo album, the result is also me. I thought a lot about making a difference. In fact, I’ve heard a lot about ‘N.Flying’, but I took out all the songs like ‘N.Flying’.”

Meanwhile, Lee Seung-hyup’s solo debut song “Clicker” is a reinterpretation of the sound of funky music in the 1980s as a groovy hip-hop genre in the 90s. The lyrics contain the idea of changing the negative thinking frame positively through a unique material called “Clicker.” It will be released at 6 p.m. on that day.


Seunghyup Lee. Photo lFNC Entertainment

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