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Lookin' Freezy

A 2 track easy pop single (6m 56s) — released February 26th 2016 on Yurimusiq

Yurim is a Korean female Singer-songwriter and made her debut album in 2013 as a member of "KeySwitch". In this duo, she played as a main vocal with keyboard and also mainly wrote songs in their albums. She grew up listening with R&B and British Rock music, so later she majored song writing in college. But she puts no limitation on genre; she was a keyboardist in a jazz band. Moreover she tries to produce EDM these days. This album was especially challenging for her because it was produced all by herself. Compared to previous works in KeySwitch mainly talking about everyday life with funny and entertaining lyrics, this 3rd solo album is a bit more serious from the bottom of the heart. The album title "Lookin' Freezy" means state of "Freeze" in heart. The title song is a beautiful but sad love story as we have waited for Someone who going out but he didn't stand me anymore. Acoustic instrumental sounds will help listeners to feel the freezy season. After this single, she will release a mini album as a solo female artist. Expecting her positive and warm-hearted energy in her music with analog sounds.

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