Singer LEXY will be ending four-year-long hiatus and returning to the K-Pop scene. LEXT, who hasn’t been active since her self-titled album “LEXY” in 2008, will be making a comeback after four years and eight months this August.
In 2008, LEXY was supposed to work under the guidance of singer Shinnosuke of popular Japanese hip hop group SOUL’d OUT to enter the Japanese market, but complications arose causing the plans to fall through. Afterwards, LEXY tried to resume activities in Korea, but she was unable to find an agency who she could agree with, resulting in an elongated hiatus. During that time, she experienced despair and lived a seclusive life. However, she found peace in her heart through hiking and rekindled her desire to return to the stage.
LEXY has been working on recording new songs since late last year, and earlier this year, she found her new home in Red Line Entertainment, the same agency as actor Chun Jung Myung. After settling down in the new agency, she started focusing on recording. LEXY also updated her mini-homepage this past February, letting her fans know of her whereabouts, as well as thanking them for their unending love and support.
For those of you who don’t know of Lexy, check out her hit song “Ae Song,” featuring Psy.