Se7en’s Back with New Mini Album ‘Digital Bounce’

by Kim Unnie 17 July 2010 2 Comments

Yup. Se7en is Back With New Mini Album ‘Digital Bounce’

It feels like it’s been a long time since we get to feel the groove and coolness of Se7en’s music, and now he’s back with new mini-album!

Check out Se7en’s official website which was updated few days ago which had the track list of his new mini-album and a teaser of his track called ‘Digital Bounce’. This time he’s really going hip hop techno. The update also revealed seven (of Se7ens’) new songs. One of the song ‘Money Can’t Buy Me Love’ is a song that was supposed to be on Se7en’s American album.

Se7en America debut

Se7en starts promoting his music in the American market in 2006 where he made an appearance on MTV K with YG Family and followed a few concerts after that. In March 2009, Se7en had his first english debut single ‘Girlsfeaturing Lil’Kim and produced by Darkchild) released through digital stores such as iTunes and Amazon MP3. Se7en also has one Japanese album released called ‘Puzzle’ and it was quite a hit in the Asian market.

Se7en had been making huge success in Korea and Japan and can be labeled as a capable international singer but can he really hit through the English market? Just like the Wondergirls? Guess fans of Se7en still have to wait and see, and not forgetting – channeling their support nonstop.

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One comment

  1. Takit

    Of all the Korean male that grace our American shores, I personally think Se7en was the best hands down, I was amazed by his exceptional grap of English without much of an accent, we should of embraced him more when he was here lets support his mew CD and bring him back to a glorious and astounding Billboard Chart entrance.


    ebazaar Reply:

    Yea! I totally agreed with you. I was amazed myself when I watch his ‘Girlfriend’ MV with Lil Kim. It was very impressive for an Asian newcomer.

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