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Kai’s mini-solo debut: SuperM, EXO-L most awaited album

Kai’s solo debut! It’s finally happening! Long wait by the fans is on its way to being finally over.
Recently, On November 10 Exo’s social media account released the teaser of Kai’s solo-mini debut album.

As all the EXO members: Baekhyun, Chen and Suho already released their solo performances, fans have been waiting for Kai’s turn since a long time. Many of Kai’s fans shared their excitements for Kai’s mini-solo album, on their Twitter account mentioning their beloved Kai.

Naver reported, Kai’s album is expected to release on 30th November and will feature six tracks of different genres. This most awaited album brought the icon as the fifth member to undertook a solo artist since 2012, group’s debut.

EXO’s members are working separately on their solo works, since the release of Exo’s “Obsession” album in November 2019.

A few months back, the leader Suho released his first solo EP “Self-Portrait.” Following this, the main Vocalist Chen released his digital single “Hello” in October. The fun and relived part was, Exo’s members released their music this year either by group or solo or sub-units.

Baekhyun, Exo’s vocalist performed being the youngest yet most popular solo work EP “Delight” in May, which crossed over a million sells in South Korea. Exo’s first full-length album “1 million views,” a sub-unit by Chanyeol and Sehun.

Meanwhile, Kai and Baekhyun kept on promoting the debut of their first full-length album” Super One,” with SuperM K-pop supergroup.

We cannot deny the fact that being an Exo-L is very interesting this time as Kai’s solo is not the only upcoming solo album that fans are waiting for.
On the same night, Exo also announced the first Japanese album by Baekhyun to be released on 21 January 2021.

The forthcoming album is expected to open a new fascinating world of “musicperformanceXstyle.” Exo also revealed the promotion schedule for “Kai” to start from 19th November.
Kai also shared more details, including the title track “Mmmh,” of his solo mini-album.

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