Key of K-pop group SHINee to return as solo artiste next month, reports say


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Key of SHINee will bring out a reissue of his second solo studio album in February, according to a local media report earlier this week. – Photo: SM Entertainment

Key of SHINee will bring out a reissue of his second solo studio album in February, according to a local media report on Tuesday.

Label SM Entertainment confirmed the news following the report.

It has been about six months since he released LP Gasoline that topped iTunes top albums chart in 24 regions.

The veteran idol held solo concerts in Seoul in October and in Yokohama the following month. It was his first solo concert in Japan in about four years. In March, he will host concerts in Osaka under the same title Greatest of All Time.

A full-group album from SHINee also is in line. The bandmates have been hinting that a full album will come out in May, in time for the 15th anniversary of the band’s debut. Youngest member Taemin will be discharged in April. – The Korea Herald/Asia News Network

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