EXO Will Release New Repackaged Album without Tao
EXO has been receiving a phenomenal amount of love from their fans around the world with their second album “EXODUS.” In gratitude, they will be releasing a repackaged album “Love Me Right.”
According to SM Entertainment on May 28, EXO will be releasing the new album on June 3. Made to show the group’s gratitude towards their passionate fans, the album will include the original 10 songs from their second album and four new songs.
Tao, who is currently experiencing conflicts with SM Entertainment, did not participate in the recording of the songs, and he will not be a part of the promotions.
“Call Me Baby,” the title song for their second album, was an intense hit, sweeping first place on charts both inside and out of Korea. They were even ranked 95th on the “Billboard 200” chart,” the first for any Korean male singer. Ending their official performances with 18 trophies, fans are eager to set another legendary record with their newest song.
Meanwhile EXO is already touring major cities such as Shanghai and Bangkok for their concert, “EXO Planet #2- The EXO’luXion.” Their concert in Shanghai will be held from May 30-31.