[NEWS] ToHeart ‘Delicious’, charming tone ping pong! Excites the heart.

[OSEN=Park Hyun Min] A unit Toheart that is made up of Woo-hyun from INFINITE and Key from SHINee, representative sweet guys in the song industry, is shaking the hearts of women with ‘Delicious’.

‘Delicious’, the title song of Toheart’s first album that was revealed through main music websites on the noon of March 10th, is a memorable song that has the lyrics in the form of Woo-hyun and Key competing for a woman along with a melody that has the feel of pop and punk genre.

It is composed of unique form in which Woo-hyun and Key each sing their own perspectives. In contrast with most duets with same gender singing the same lyrics with different voices, these two are giving and receiving the lyrics that seems like it is representing each of their situations just like playing ping pong and it especially stands out.

In the perspective of a listener who listens to a song, it is making people to imagine ‘Delicious’ charming guys Woo-hyun and Key fighting just for that particular person so the huge positive reactions from female music fans in the future is expected.

‘Delicious’ is the first work composed together by Sweetune, the hit maker who produced ‘Man in love’ and ‘The Chaser’ and so on, and Sean Alexander, a composer famous for producing sensible tracks such as SHINee’s ‘Amigo’ and so on, and gathered huge amount of attention even before it was revealed.

Toheart will hold the showcase to celebrate the release of album ‘The first mini album’ in COEX Artium, Samseong-dong, Seoul at 7pm on the same day and will present the first duet performance. The music video of the title song ‘Delicious’ is also expected to be revealed for the first time during the event.

This particular music video is combined with a cartoon video that expressed Woo-hyun and Key going from little kid to a boy and to a grown man and is produced by the director Hwang Soo Ah, who is acknowledged of outstanding beauty of the video by producing ‘The Chaser’ by INFINITE, ‘Good Day’ by IU and ‘Bloom’ by Gain and so on, and raised the level of completeness.

Source: OSEN + NaverShrared by L at (infiniteupdates.wordpress.com)
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