K-pop girl group H1-KEY has released the music video for “Time To Shine” from their upcoming mini album, “Seoul Dreaming.”
Today (August 23), H1-KEY unveiled the music video for “Time To Shine”. The song is a pre-release single from the upcoming mini album “Seoul Dreaming,” which will be released on August 30 at 6 pm KST.
The clip follows the journey of the girl group’s idol ambitions, from their formation, to practicing dance moves, to a stage performance. For its part, the upbeat song draws inspiration from New Jack Swing and showcases old-school K-pop sounds.
“Don’t worry about that terrible wind and doubt / It’s time to shine / Hey, it’s okay, level up / To be who we always hoped to be, ” the girl group sings in the upbeat single.
In the weeks leading up to “Time to Shine,” the girl group posted six photos and two concept films of the mini album. In addition, the track list and mixtape for ‘Seoul Dreaming’ will be released from August 24 to 29.
Seoul Dreaming” will be H1-KEY’s first comeback since their January 2023 single “Rose Blossom,” which peaked at No. 14 on the South Korean chart.
Rose Blossom” was written by Day6’s Young K, who will be returning to work on “Seoul Dreaming,” according to a new report from JoyNews24. More information on “Seoul Dreaming” is expected to be released soon. Stay tuned to this page. for updates.latest news.
Two members of H1-KEY, Riina and Hwiseo, are currently appearing as contestants on the Mnet reality show Queendom Puzzle, hosted by Girls’ Generation’s Taeyeon. K-pop idols from groups like Cherry Bullet, Purple Kiss, tripleS, and Rocket Punch, among others, also participate in the show.
H1-KEY first debuted in January 2022 with “Athletic Girl” as a four-member group: Seoi, Riina, Yel, and Sitala. However, Sitala would leave the group less than five months later, following the controversy surrounding his family’s alleged links to the 2014 Thai political crisis.
In other K-pop news, girl group ITZY released the music video for “Cake,” the title track from their new mini-album “Kill My Doubt.” In a new interview with NME, the four talked about the rocky process of creating their new mini-album and the difficulties that led to it.