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    Watch DAWN perform unreleased song ‘Stupid Cool’

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    Former PENTAGON member DAWN just lately carried out an unreleased observe as a part of his set on the Kyunghee University Festival.

    The rapper debuted a observe titled ‘Stupid Cool’ on the college’s annual competition, which was held on the campus’s Open Air Theater on May 24. The observe sees DAWN chant “I love you, you’re the only one” over a hip-hop-inspired instrumental.

    While DAWN has not introduced when a studio model of ‘Stupid Cool’ is due, he did announce through the competition that he’s set to launch new music on June 16. Further particulars on DAWN’s forthcoming launch are anticipated to be launched within the coming days.

    DAWN’s forthcoming launch comes almost ten months after the discharge of ‘[1+1=1]’, his joint mini album with HyunA. That undertaking was led by the only ‘Ping Pong’ and its vibrant music video, and included three different tracks – ‘Deep Dive’, ‘XOXO’ and ‘I Know’ – all co-written by DAWN.

    Earlier this yr, DAWN additionally introduced his engagement with HyunA. The rapper broke the information by a video of the couple donning their distinctive engagement rings, together with the caption “MARRY ME.” HyunA later re-shared the submit, and wrote in her caption: “Of course it’s a yes.”

    Both artists have been beforehand signed below CUBE Entertainment — HyunA as a soloist and DAWN as a member of the boyband PENTAGON. The pair was two-thirds of the Triple H sub-unit accomplished by PENTAGON’s Hui. The trio debuted in 2017 with the ‘199X’ mini-album and made a comeback in 2018 with ‘Retro Futurism’.

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    However, HyunA and DAWN each abruptly parted methods with CUBE Entertainment in 2018, following an announcement by the pair that that they had been relationship in actual life since 2016. They later signed with P Nation in 2019.



    By: IMN Music News

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