Music Is Life
MEN 'S FOLIO Singapore|September 2020
Music Is Life
Bobby of South Korean boy band ikon sheds light about his transition in the path of a k-pop star.
Asaph Low
If an artiste measures his passage of time in music albums, it is hard to believe Bobby is a mere 24 years young. He went to korea in 2011 and the young Korean made his debut together with ikon in 2015. Since then, the south korean boy band has released a warm-up single, a debut half album, a double digital single, two original albums, three eps, a single album, two singles and a repackage album while Bobby has released a solo original album.

“I decide”, ikon’s newest album release this year is the next to be added to bobby’s discography. The five-track album features a range of styles that was challenging to put together as bobby shares the difficulties the group experienced. “it’s been a long time since we released our last album, so working on this one wasn’t easy,” says bobby, “we really had to keep in tune as a group while we worked on our music. But all in all, I think it came out great and I’m very proud of our work.”

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September 2020