May 1 (UPI) — South Korean singer K-Will will release a new single this month.
The 36-year-old K-pop star will return May 10 with a new song from Part 2 of his fourth studio album, according to The Korea Herald.
K-Will released The 4th Album Part.1 [Nonfiction], the first segment of a three-part project, in September. Part 2 will consist of the new single and two other songs.
K-Will confirmed plans for the new single in an Instagram post Monday. The song appears to be titled “Will Be a Start.”
“[#Kwill] The 4th Album Part 2. #1 Will be a start #20180510 #6pm #coming_soon #Will_be_a_start,” the star captioned a teaser image.
K-Will released his debut studio album, Left Heart, in March 2007. He is known for such singles as “My Heart Beating, “I Need You” and “You Don’t Know Love,” and has also produced music for fellow K-pop star Rain.