- South Korean soloist YOUHA released her first-ever EP “love you more,” on Thursday with the music video for the title track “Last Dance.”
- YOUHA wrote and composed all five songs on the EP.
- Her most recent single album “Sweet-Tea,” led by the title track “ICE T”, was released in August 2021.
- She has been signed with Universal Music Korea since September 2020 following her time as a YG Entertainment trainee.
South Korean singer-songwriter YOUHA dropped her debut EP “love you more,” on Thursday.
The digital release of the new EP is led by the title track “Last Dance” and comes with 4 B-sides: “Satellite,” “Flower Rain,” “We” and “NUMB.” With other songwriting credits to her name, such as for LOONA‘s “Paint The Town,” JUNNY‘s “Sober” and VICTON’s “What I Said,” it’s no surprise that YOUHA composed and wrote every song for her latest music project.
This is YOUHA’s latest release in almost a year following her single album “Sweet-Tea,” led by the title track “ICE T.” Prior to the release of “love you more,” she dropped several singles such as “Cherry On Top,” “Island” and “Abittipsy.”
A physical version of “love you more,” will be released on Sept. 1 and also include three of YOUHA’s previously released title tracks.
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