Niel of TEEN TOP announces solo comeback later this month

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Her first musical since signing with New Entry Entertainment in August this year

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Teen Top’s Neil has announced a solo return later this month, his first since signing with New Entry Entertainment.

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According to a report by a South Korean news outlet Game DongAh On November 1, the lead singer of Teen Top is set to release a new solo album this month. This is his first musical since signing an exclusive contract with his new management label, New Entry Entertainment in August this year.

Other details regarding the format of Neil’s album, release date, tracklist and more have not yet been shared by New Entry at the time of publication.


The upcoming project will also mark Neil’s first solo music in four years, with his last as a solo artist being the seven-track EP ‘Love Affair…’ released in January 2017. That record included a lead single of the same name, a collaboration with South Korean female rapper Giant Pink.

Neil first made his solo debut in February 2015 with the mini-album ‘Only’. Consisting of a total of seven tracks, it featured the lead single ‘Lovekiller’, which featured rapper Doc 2. Neil later released a repackaged version of the album titled ‘Spring Love’ two months later. This follow-up added two new songs to the original tracklist – the lead single “Spring Love” featuring Juniel and “Memory…” featuring hip-hop artist V-Hawk.

However, Neil made his official idol debut in 2010 as a member of veteran K-pop boyband Teen Top, now completed by bandmates Cap, Chunji, Ricky and Changzo. The group debuted with their first lead single, ‘Clap’, before releasing nine mini-albums, two studio albums and a handful of solo albums during their 12-year career. Teen Top’s last musical as a group was the 2020 remake of their hit 2012 single ‘To You’, while their last record together solo album was ‘Dear’. N9ne’ in 2019.

Neil and Changzo are the only members of Teen Top not to renew their contracts with Top Media in January this year, but have clarified that they will remain with Teen Top, despite being under separate management.

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