K-pop boy group TEMPEST ‘Can’t Stop Shining’ in sophomore mini-album

K-pop boy group TEMPEST ‘Can’t Stop Shining’ in sophomore mini-album

K-pop boy group TEMPEST released their second mini-album on Monday titled “Shining Up,” led by the title track “Can’t Stop Shining.”

August 29, 2022
K-pop boy group TEMPEST made their first comeback on Monday with their mini-album “Shining Up” and its title track “Can’t Stop Shining.”
The mini-album comes with three other tracks: “Young & Wild,” “Only One Day” and “START UP.” Hwarang co-wrote “Can’t Stop Shining” and “Only One Day.” K-pop artist JUNNY was also a lyricist on “Only One Day.”
Hwarang brings his writing experience over from their debut March mini-album “It’s ME, It’s WE,” where he is credited on every track on the album. Member LEW also penned five of the six songs.
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TEMPEST debuted under Yuehua Entertainment with seven members: Hanbin, Hyeongseop, Hyuk, LEW, Hwarang, Eunchan and Taerae. Hyeongseop and Lew both were contestants on  Season 2 of the idol survival singing show “Produce 101.” Under Yuehua and prior to joining TEMPEST, they formed the duo Hyeongseop X Euiwoong in 2017 and debuted with the single “It Will Be Good.” Hwarang, under the name Song Jaewon, competed in the reality competition show “Under Ninteen” in 2018. Hanbin was a contestant on the show “I-Land” in 2020.
Last week, TEMPEST was announced as a performer for KCON 2022 Japan alongside other talents like IVE, LE SSERAFIM, NewJeans, Kep1er, NMIXX and TNX, to name a few.
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      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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