Taeyeon Of Girls’ Generation Reveals Track List Of Full Length Solo Album ‘My Voice’


Taeyeon Of Girls’ Generation Reveals Track List Of Full Length Solo Album 'My Voice'

Taeyeon Of Girls’ Generation Reveals Track List Of Full Length Solo Album 'My Voice'

Taeyeon has unveiled her track list for her first ever full length album. The album reportedly carries 13 songs, including the title track “Fine,” an alternative pop song that has apparently brought to life Taeyeon’s beautiful voice. The full-length album will also include the exclusive track that is said not to be released digitally but only included in physical copies. According to the report of Soompi  in its post, as the anticipation for Girls’ Generation member Taeyeon’s first full-length album grows, SM Entertainment did reveal the full track list of songs that will be included in this album entitled “My Voice.” Allegedly, Nell’s Kim Jong Wan wrote and co-produced “Time Lapse,” and the last track looks to be a possible cover of Nell’s “Time Spent Walking Through Memories.” A special music video for b-side track “I Got Love” reportedly, was previously released ahead of the whole album that is set to be out on February 28.
Taeyeon, as described by Wikipedia , was selected In October 2015 as the number one K-pop vocalist by a survey completed by 40 anonymous music industry officials. Further in April 2016, she was accordingly, chosen as the best female vocalist in their twenties by music companies. Moreover, Billboard named her as the year’s best solo debut artist in her debut single “I” that was ranked as the second best K-pop song of 2015.  Accordingly, Korea logged her also as the third most popular idol of 2015, and Forbes Korea listed her on the Top 40 Power Celebrities of 2016. She reportedly is chosen as the first Korean female celebrity to reach seven million followers on Instagram in June 2016. Taeyeon was a trainee at S.M. Entertainment’s Starlight Academy during middle school and debuted as a member of S.M. Entertainment’s girl group Girls’ Generation in 2007. Since then, she has reportedly risen to distinction following the group’s success in the Asian music scene. She also participated in S.M. Entertainment’s projects “Girls’ Generation-TTS” and “SM the Ballad.”

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