Singer Se7en is in preparations to make a comeback to the local music scene for the first time since 2006, according to his agency on Tuesday.
“He has recently been recording songs for his next album to be released in Korea,” an official at YG Entertainment told 10Asia over the phone.
The official added that a single could be released ahead of a regular album, although she could not confirm the exact timing. “It will all depend on how good the song is — the comeback may be delayed if the song isn’t good enough,” she explained.
The 24-year-old singer had last released a fourth album in Korea before heading to the United States to expand his career. He released his first English single “Girls” featuring Lil’ Kim in March this year.
Since his debut in 2003, Se7en has enjoyed a successful career not only in Korea but also throughout several countries throughout Asia including Japan, China, Thailand and Taiwan.