Korean R&B singer G.Soul announces slated single ‘Everytime’

  • South Korean singer-songwriter G.Soul announced on Instagram on Thursday that his upcoming single “Everytime” will be released on July 6.
  • Coinciding with the new track, G.Soul will embark on his first North American tour starting in Vancouver on July 7 and ending in Seattle on July 24.
  • The tour’s opening acts in select stops include H1ghr Music’s Cambodian Chinese American artist Phe Reds and Los Angeles-based singer-songwriter Late.
  • G.Soul became JYP Entertainment’s longest trainee after training under the agency for 15 years before making his debut in January 2015 with his EP “Coming Home.”
  • He moved on to H1ghr Music as a soloist in 2017 before joining Warner Music Korea in 2021.

Korean American singer-songwriter G.Soul announced on Thursday that his upcoming single “Everytime” will be released on July 6.

In a Instagram post on Thursday, G.Soul, whose real name is Kim Ji-hyun, teased the song, which was described as “a chill, feel good pop R&B track” per a Warner Music Korea press release. After fans finish listening to “Everytime” on repeat, they can look forward to the 33-year-old artist’s first North American tour, which was announced on May 31.

In partnership with entertainment and event promoters Kohai, G.Soul will venture to Vancouver starting on July 7 and make his way to Toronto on July 9. He will then head to the U.S. with stops in Chicago, New York, Fort Worth, Texas, Houston, Atlanta, San Francisco, Los Angeles and San Diego before ending in Seattle on July 24. 

 

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On Thursday, Kohai announced G.Soul’s opening acts in select stops. Cambodian Chinese American singer-songwriter Phe Reds of label H1ghr Music will open for the artist’s shows in Vancouver, Los Angeles, San Diego and Seattle. Singer-songwriter Late will perform at his shows in New York, Fort Worth, Houston, Los Angeles and San Diego.

The openers for Toronto, Chicago, Atlanta and San Francisco have yet to be announced. 

 

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Although this is his first North American tour, the singer-songwriter is not new to the music scene. G.Soul became JYP Entertainment’s longest trainee after training under the agency for 15 years before making his debut in January 2015 with his EP “Coming Home.”

In 2017, G.Soul became a soloist under H1ghr Music in 2017. He changed his stage name to Golden and debuted with the EP “Hate Everything.” In 2021, H1ghr Music announced that he did not renew his contract with them. Around the same time, the artist changed his stage name back to G.Soul and is now under Warner Music Korea.

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