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Baekho of NU’EST W says he made ‘Dejavu’ in Saipan

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Updated : June 25 2018

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About eight months after revamping itself as NU’EST W, with “W” referring to “wait” for the band’s on-hiatus member, the four-piece act returned with its second EP “Who, You” on Monday.

The six-track EP is fronted by the lead track “Dejavu,” the band’s first take on Latin pop in which Baekho and Bumzu contributed to composing and songwriting. The song’s sultry and dreamy tune veers away from the band’s previous airy electronic dance music single, while head-bopping synths are weaved throughout the track.

“I wrote the song in Saipan with more freedom. I also found inspiration for ‘Polaris’ while staying in Saipan,” said Baekho during a showcase for the EP in Seoul on Monday.

“We wanted our past and present to cross paths in our new EP.”

Other tracks include EDM-pop “Signal,” sentimental ballad “Polaris,” tropical urban pop “ylenoL,” a reversal of world, “Lonely,” R&B pop “Gravity&Moon” and house-influenced bop “Shadow.”

(lotus@heraldcorp.com)


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