Hip-hop group Epik High is releasing a new album next month ― this time as a duo.The return to the music scene comes four months after the group quit promotional activities for its sixth album, “[e],” following the conscription of its member DJ Tukutz in October.
The group, composed of Tablo, Mithra Jin and DJ Tukutz, will resume its activities as a two-member group without Tukutz, its agency said. Tukutz got married on Oct. 13, and entered military service on Oct. 15.
The new album “Epilogue” comes out seven months after the group released their last album in September.
On the group’s Web site, Tablo posted a note saying: “The recording of ‘Epilogue’ album is finished. Mixing will start soon and jacket design work is underway.”
Agency officials said about 90 percent of work on the album has been completed.
The trio burst onto the Korean music scene six years ago with the album “Map of the Human Soul” and rose to stardom with consecutive hit songs, armed with catchy hip-hop tunes and socially relevant lyrics with a positive message.
Source/Shared By: KoreaTimes | firstname.lastname@example.org,kpoptheworld