Amazingly talented ballad singer LYn came back with her ninth full-length album ‘9X9th’ on September 9th!
After a one-year break, the singer is ready to wow the audience with new music! Known mostly for ballads, LYn has tried totally different styles this time, finding her inspiration in jazz, blues and even in romani music. LYn’s songs give you the “inner peace“ feel, as they usually combine the singer’s tender voice with melodic instrumentals.
Besides having a sweet voice, LYn is also known for good lyricist skills, which she has proved by writing the lyrics to almost all songs in her new album! What concerns the composing, LYn sought help from producing team VIP, which includes Vibe‘s Ryu Jae Hyun and Yoon Min Soo.
‘9X9th’ consists of 9 tracks, including the pre-released “Let Me Be The Only One“. The album’s title track “Love Moves On“ is a low-tempo song, describing a love that has exhausted itself. However, the music video is filmed in a documentary style, displaying cuts from LYn’s interview and just short clips of the song.
Check out LYn’s “Love Moves On“ music video and the ‘9X9th’ track list below!
- Farewell Drink
- Drinking Blues
- Let Me Be the Only One
- Only You
- Look At Me
- So No One Knows
- Cheong Sa Po
- Yearning is not Love
- Love Someone Like That Again
On the same day as the album release, the singer’s new OST for the American movie ‘The Immigrant’ was released. “Look At Me Now” is a ballad framing for romantic drama, in which a woman asks a man she loves, “Is your love changed? Did you already turn your back and leave far? Did you already know that the love has gone? I’m the only one who didn’t know.”
Check out LYn‘s “Look At Me Now” OST music video below!