pH-1 releases new EP ‘But For Now Leave Me Alone’ and series of music videos

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  • Korean American rapper pH-1 dropped his new EP, “BUT FOR NOW LEAVE ME ALONE,” and a string of music videos on Thursday.
  • The album features 13 tracks, including the pre-release single “Mr. Bad.”
  • Alongside the album came two music videos: one for “YUPPIE TING,” featuring Blasé, and a single video for both “ZOMBIES” and “TIPSY.”
  • PH-1 is a founding member of H1GHR MUSIC, and has collaborated with artists like Chungha, Mamamoo’s Wheein, TXT and Jay Park, to name a few.

Korean American rapper pH-1, born Park Junwon, released a new EP titled “BUT FOR NOW LEAVE ME ALONE” and accompanying music videos on Thursday.  

According to a press release about the latest work, the album “continues to tell the story of the artist taking the dim-lit road in search for security. Centered on breaking the bright and vibrant perception that fans have of the Korean-American rapper.”

The EP features a total of 13 songs, including the pre-release single “Mr. Bad.” Alongside the album drop are a couple of music videos: one for “YUPPIE TING,” featuring Blasé, and a music video representing both “ZOMBIES” and “TIPSY.”

Other collaborating artists on the album include neo-soul and R&B-inspired singer UMI for the track “JULIETTE!,” pH-1’s longtime friend and producer Mokyo on the song “SHRINK TOLD ME,” rapper Paloalto on “ISSUES” and Korean American rapper Los for “FINAL BOUT.”

Discovered by Jay Park, pH-1 made his debut in 2017 with the EP “The Island Kid” and became a founding member of H1GHR MUSIC. Since then, he has built up his discography of singles and albums, but also has become a reliable collaborator in the industry, working with artists such as Jay Park, Chungha, TXT, Mamamoo’s Wheein, G.Soul and rapper Big Naughty, to name a few.

 

Feature Image via H1GHR MUSIC

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