Suran Talks About Sending Handwritten Letter To Yoon Mi Rae For Collaboration + Working With Heize
Singer Suran shared her thoughts on working with Yoon Mi Rae and Heize for her comeback album.
On March 22 at 4 p.m. KST, Suran held a concert for her comeback album at the Spigen Hall located in Seoul. Her second mini album “Jumpin'” was released later that day.
“Jumpin'” is a new leap forward for Suran, who has always been walking the same way through her first mini album “Walkin’.” It is an album that portrays her will to continue her path with her own uniqueness. Yoon Mi Rae and Heize featured in it as well.
First, Suran mentioned working Yoon Mi Rae on the song “Wander & Flow,” and said, “When I first made this song, I wanted to sing it with Yoon Mi Rae. With the thought of making my dream come true, I wrote a letter and sent it to her along with the song. She didn’t have to do it, but when she said she would help me, I was thrilled. I’m so honored to have her name on this album.”
Next she talked about Heize and their track “Hide and Seek,” saying, “I had a lot of concerns about what to choose for the pre-released song, but the majority of the company employees chose this one. When I made it, I gave stars meaning in life, and I expressed the frustration of the night sky.”
Meanwhile, the album’s title track “Don’t Hang Up” featuring pH-1 is a witty version of the subtle difference between a couple’s position about their planned breakup they can’t easily let go of in a short telephone conversation.