Sehun and Chanyeol are among the most popular members of South Korean-Chinese boy group, EXO. They created a whole new unit under the name EXO-SC, making it EXO's second subunit after EXO-CBX, with a fresh hip hop-inspired sound. Their first debut album, titled "What a life" was just recently released on July 22nd, consisting of 6 tracks with lyrics completely written by the duo and three title tracks, "What a life", "있어 희미하게 Just us 2", "부르면 돼 Closer to you", each song complemented by a music video.
As the eldest member of boy group EXO, Xiumin enlisted first among the other members. The track “You” was released as his farewell to the fans through SM Station 3, two days after he enlisted in the military, and five days after his solo fanmeeting “Xiuweet Time”.
Park Chanyeol, or known mononymously as Chanyeol, is one of the most popular EXO members. He is also known for his passion in making musics, and had posted some of his covers of popular songs or self-produced music in his SoundCloud channel. He finally released a solo track two weeks ago, titled “봄 여름 가을 겨울 (SSFW)”, which also means Spring, Summer, Fall Winter” or “Four Seasons”.
Chen, better known as the main vocalist of K-Pop super group EXO, is finally having his solo debut with the release of “April, and a Flower (사월, 그리고 꽃)” mini album. He showcased his perfect vocal technique, accompanied by gloomy instrumentals in the background.
South Korean boy group EXO has just released a live album from their 4th headlining tour, "EXO PLANET #4 - The EℓyXiOn". The tour marked as one of the biggest tours by a South Korean artist in 2018. Consisting of 35 songs they performed on their Seoul encore date, the live album showcases EXO's ability in performing live—in audio format.
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K-pop sensation EXO dropped their fifth album Don’t Mess Up My Tempo (DMUMT) last month, gaining lots of love from fans and non-fans. As expected from the Korean-Chinese vocal supergroup, a repackage was released the following month - which got us all Love Shot!
EXO made a decent comeback last month after a long anticipated period—for a K-Pop group, having no album release for more than a year is considered very long, since most K-Pop groups can have more than 1 album release each year. Their 5th album, called “Don’t Mess Up My Tempo” showed their strong vocals ability—thanks to SM Entertainment’s strong training in vocals. Overall, the album itself doesn’t disappoint.