(PRESSREELS) Weekly, a new girl group in the talk of the town, revealed the process of Shin Ji-yoon’s work, which included her first self-composed song from her debut album.
Weekly released the behind-the-scenes footage of the Weekly debut album “We Are” under the title “Shin Ji-yoon’s Work Log” on its official YouTube channel on the morning of July 10, drawing attention.
The video, which showed Weekly gathered in the recording room before preparing for the debut album, drew attention as Shin Ji-yoon’s interview and work as a member and a “new composer” were revealed in detail.
Shin Ji-yoon, who has outstanding musical talent in the team, has been a hot topic among fans at home and abroad since her debut album was announced that she will participate as a lyricist and composer. Shin Ji-yoon’s self-composed album intro track “Weekly Day” and the non-title track “Reality” are receiving positive responses from K-pop fans right after its release, along with the assessment that it captures Weekly’s unique sensibility with a unique sound.
In particular, the released making video revealed Shin Ji-yoon’s professional daily life, which directly participates in recording directing and goes through detailed discussions with the arranger, drawing attention to Shin Ji-yoon’s passion for growing into a new artist and rookie “producer.” Through the interview, Shin Ji-yoon said, “I was very worried because I had never learned (professional) compositions or media, but I was able to set the direction well because the members followed me well and encouraged me a lot.”
As for participating in the songs on the album, “I’ve been sending about 80 of my own songs to the company. “I never imagined that the song I made would be included in the album,” he said. Shin Ji-yoon then expressed her ambition, “I want to make a lot of fun and fun music for listeners to capture the full color of Weekly,” adding to her expectations for her future career to grow into a “singing-song writer” along with her Weekly activities.
Meanwhile, the new girl group Weeky, newly launched by PlayM Entertainment for the first time in 10 years, released its debut song “Tag Me (@Me)” on the 30th and is currently continuing its active debut activities. In a rare move for a rookie, her debut album has set an encouraging record of more than 10,000 album sales in just eight days, while the music video for the title song “Tag Me (@Me)” has surpassed 10 million views in seven days since its release, strengthening the downward growth of “Super Rookie,” which represents 2020 at the same time as her debut.