Korean Australian singer and rapper DPR Ian dropped his debut studio album “Moodswings In To Order” (MIITO) today.
The album, which contains 12 tracks, includes “Ballroom Extravaganza” which was released earlier this week, as well as “Mr. Insanity," which DPR Ian has shared snippets of during livestreams.
Alongside the album release, the artist shared the first part of a short film titled “Official MIITO Movie,” with MIITO being a continuation of his “Mito” character that appeared in his March 2021 EP “Moodswings In This Order.”
DPR Ian and fellow DPR members DPR Live and DPR Cream, will embark on the upcoming “2022 Regime World Tour” in partnership with tour promoters Kohai, traveling to 29 cities across Europe and North America from September to November.
Korean Australian singer DPR Ian debuted his highly anticipated debut studio album, “Moodswings In To Order” (MIITO), today.
The artist’s new album is an impressive 12-track endeavor. Snippets of the song “Mr. Insanity” were previously shared during the singer’s past livestreams, while some of the album’s other songs include “Seraph,” “1 Shot,” “Mood,” “Ribbon,” “Merry Go” and “Waterfall.”
Earlier this week, the former member of the K-pop boy group C-Clown, who was born Christian Yu, released a teaser of the film set to the song “Ballroom Extravaganza.”
Accompanying the album is the first part of a short film titled “Official MIITO Movie,” with MIITO being a continuation of DPR Ian’s “Mito” character that appeared in his March 2021 EP “Moodswings In This Order.” Last year’s EP was led by the single “Nerves” and featured the collaboration track “No Blueberries” with DPR Live and K-pop soloist CL.
In April, DPR Ian and fellow DPR members DPR Live and DPR Cream announced their upcoming “2022 Regime World Tour” in partnership with tour promoters Kohai. They will travel to 29 cities across Europe and North America from September to November. Dates for the Asia-Pacific shows will be confirmed at a later date.
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