BamBam of K-pop group GOT7 drops second solo EP


Bambam of GOT7 put out his second solo EP 'B' through an online media showcase earlier this week. – Photo: Abyss Company

BamBam of GOT7 put out his second solo EP B through an online media showcase earlier this week.

“I’ve put a lot of effort into it. I was more confident this time since ‘riBBon’ achieved a lot more than I expected,” said the musician, adding that he is personally satisfied with the new EP.

It expresses his own world, telling a story unique to him. And the narrative follows through the track list. The focus track Slow Mo is about how he recognised a new self within himself and created a world, and then slowly got entrenched into it.

“I hope this album will let you clearly see what my colour is,” he added.

The Thai native admitted that he was scared when he debuted. But he came to see that what is important is not where he is from but that he makes good music, and that music can be a link among many people.

“I am grateful and honoured that many see me in good light as a K-pop artiste,” he said. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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