Kim Jae-hwan to drop 'Ponytail' in January

Singer Kim Jae-hwan [NEWS1]

Singer Kim Jae-hwan will drop his single “Ponytail” on Jan. 24, his agency WakeOne said Monday.

It will be the singer’s first new music in seven months after his sixth EP, "J.A.M (Journey Above Music)," was released on June 20.

It is also his first new release in two months since he dropped his song “I Love you” on Nov. 11, which was a remade version of Japanese Singer Yutaka Ozaki’s 1983 song “I Love You.” The song was sung in Korean previously in 2000 by singer Position.

While other information about the single was not disclosed, a teaser poster was released on Monday, showing the single’s release date, along with an electric guitar, a shelf full of LP records and a hat.

Preorders for the single will begin on Tuesday at 2 p.m.

The teaser poster for Kim Jae-hwan's upcoming single ″Ponytail″ [WAKEONE]

Kim debuted as a member of project boy band Wanna One after competing in the second season of Mnet’s idol audition show “Produce 101” (2017). The singer started his solo career with EP “Another” (2019) after the band disbanded in 2019.

Kim recently held two solo concerts, titled “Not Alone,” on Dec. 16 and Dec. 17 at KBS Arena in Gangseo District, western Seoul.

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