ADV’s 8Dro has released the single album “자꾸”.
He calmly tells of personal stories and feelings over a winterly warm piano melody, and relentlessly embroiders it with the charms of his music. The lyrics that are full of him and her have a great variety of impressive vocabulary, and the hook is sure to resound in your ears afterwards.
The image contents production group “The Salt Paper” have contributed the artwork which perfectly conveys the ardent but also lonely feelings in 8Dro’s singing. The model is Kim Yunjin who is known for being on the cover of photographer Rotta’s “Girls”.
One of 8Dro’s music’s characteristics, the special session and participants, attracts attention. Rapper Crucial Star and saxophonist Frank Lev of the street jazz quartett Scatengers feature on the track. There is also guitarist and componist Park Kitae and engineer soriheda, as well as the producer team Royal Dive who worked with 8Dro before on “Call Me Dro”.
Executively Producer: ADV
Produced by 8Dro
Written by 8Dro, Crucial Star
Composed by Ki tae Park, Royal Dive
Arranged by Royal Dive
Chorus by Crucial Star
Additional vocals by gJ
Session saxophone by Frank Lev of Scatengers
Guitar by Ki tae Park, bass by Jung hyun Park
Recorded by gJ
Mixed & mastered by soriheda at AFM Lab
Video directed by 8Dro
Photographs by Hong jae Lim & The Salt Paper
Artwork & teaser film starring Yun jin Kim
Hair & makeup by Yong jin Cho
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