Yeonjun from Korean group TXT or TOMORROW BY TOGETHER confessed that he didn’t like his voice. In an interview with Weverse magazine, he spoke about his evolutionary process in the world of music.
According to him, at first, he didn’t want anyone to hear him sing. “When I first learned to sing, I honestly hated my voice so much that I thought maybe I shouldn’t sing,” he revealed at first.
However, everything changed when he joined Big Hit, which encouraged him to continue in the music business. “The company emphasized the unique qualities of my voice and made it special, so I practiced a lot to show my uniqueness,” the singer wrote. After all, TXT wouldn’t be TXT without Yeonjun.
And of course, another great support for this to happen was undoubtedly the fans, MOA. “Now I know how to put my own interpretation in everything I sing, so MOA always says that my voice stands out too,” he finally stated.
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Earlier this month, we received the newest album from the Tomorrow guys from Together (TXT). “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze” joins the boy group’s group of musical projects that bring a story behind.
According to a press release, this new album “tells the story of a boy who froze after the world came under attack.” In addition, the leader of the group, Soobin, explained that, in fact, the inspiration for this new era came through the situation that the world experienced with the pandemic. According to him, we all feel that we are trapped, that is, “frozen”, in the same place since the beginning of the pandemic and only love can help us.
Surprisingly, “The Chaos Chapter: Freeze” features eight songs full of pop-punk inspirations. Furthermore, all the members of the group, which is made up of Soobin, Yeonjun, Hueningkai, Beomgyu, and Taehyun, were part of the songwriting process.