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Wonho Dives Deeper as a Solo Artist with New Album ‘Love Synonym #2: Right For Us’

Wonho Dives Deeper as a Solo Artist with New Album ‘Love Synonym #2: Right For Us’

Wonho Dives Deeper as a Solo Artist with New Album ‘Love Synonym #2: Right For Us’

At a pivotal moment of his career, singer-songwriter and producer Wonho has released his highly awaited solo mini-album Love Synonym #2: Right for Us to further cement his story and explore his range of artistry since leaving the K-pop boy group MONSTA X in late 2019.

A continuation of his “Love Synonym” series first launched last September with his acclaimed solo debut EP, Love Synonym Pt. 1: Right for Me, Wonho dives deeper into who he is as an artist across an eight-track collection. While highlighting his songwriting and producing skills, he showcases his ability to embrace and exhibit the emotions he is holding inside and find his true self, as expressed on the focus track “Lose.” The musical project also sees Wonho team up with multi-platinum singer-songwriter KIIARA on the addictive bittersweet breakup track, “Ain’t About You,” becoming the first foreign artist collaboration during his solo career. Co-written by Wonho, “WENEED” finds its origins within the official fandom name ‘WENEE’ to convey his sincerity for his fans and the people around him who have sent him infinite support and affection. 

Wonho’s first step forward in his solo career was signaled with the successful single “Losing You” released last August. He signed with Highline Entertainment, which is a subsidiary label of Starship Entertainment—the home to K-pop groups including MONSTA X, WJSN, and CRAVITY—and houses viral EDM star DJ SODA. Wonho’s debut mini-album last year resonated with fans all around the world, with the album quickly climbing to No. 1 on the Worldwide iTunes Album Chart, and ranking high on the iTunes charts in 30 countries and Billboard World Digital Song Sales Charts. Back in April 2020, Wonho also joined Maverick Management’s roster, alongside Britney Spears, Madonna, The Weeknd, and many more big-name artists. Forbes named Wonho as one of “The K-Pop Solo Stars Who Could Break In America In 2021.”

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Stream and download Love Synonym #2: Right for Us on music streaming platforms here. The new offering arrived with a music video for “Lose,” which uses implicit fantasy elements to strongly convey a man’s struggle to escape his nightmare.

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