Korean Singer-Songwriter LambC Announces First Full-length Album in 7 Years – [I’ll see you when I see you]
LambC proves his “All-Round Musician” title from composing to performing and mastering his own songs, thus challenging himself in various music genres, in his long-awaited first full-length album.
South Korean singer-songwriter LambC is about to release his first full-length album “[I’ll see you when I see you]” at noon (KST) on April 22.
LambC is accredited for having graduated from Berkeley College of Music majoring in Music Production & Sound Engineering. He is known not only as a producer but a K-Indie artist who has gained a solid fan base on Spotify throughout his music career.
LambC debuted with the single “[The Herd]” in 2015 and gained recognition in 2017 with his song ‘Love Like That’ which officially put him on the map as a well-rounded musician and producer. Being one of the few K-Indie artists to gain recognition abroad, LambC has an average of 210,000 monthly listeners and 19 million cumulative streams on Spotify.
The artist in particular is getting lots of love from fans in Southeast Asian countries and the US. Moreover, he has garnered attention for producing music for other solo artists such as Lee Min-hyuk, JAMIE who starred in ‘K-pop Star’ (2011), Jeon Jin-hee, among others.
LambC was also selected for the CJ Cultural Foundation program called “Tune-Up” in 2020 which proved his musical potential and skills once again. And with its support, he is about to release his first full-length album ‘[I’ll see you when I see you]’. The album is expected to have a total of 12 songs, including ‘Emotional’, ‘When my Heart Breaks’ and ‘Jelly’, which were previously released as the preview for the album. LambC has initially gained recognition for his lo-fi, R&B/Soul tracks. However, according to LambC, this time he attempted to “experiment with the pop sound by adding unexpected rock elements”. The album will indeed challenge his usual music style and appeal to an even wider audience.
Releasing a full-length album became quite uncommon for independent artists in recent years considering a fast-changing music market and streaming platform dominance. Therefore, ‘[I’ll see you when I see you]’ is to become a meaningful gift for both LambC and his fans.
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