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Minhyuk Stars On 'Piece of BtoB' Volume 5 Showing Off His Debut Track's Cover Image



Lee Min-hyuk of the popular South Korean boy group BtoB has released a sneak peak of his solo track after another teaser video was shown from his debut single "Purple Rain". And what could not be more exciting to his fans is the image nonetheless, from the same song. Popularly known as Minhyuk, he is one of the seven members of Born to Beat or BtoB, as it showcases each of their talents by releasing an album every month for each member.

Officially Kmusic has reported how attractive the newly released image of his own composition of "Purple Rain" was shown as it depicts the teaser video. As it was reported, the teaser video shows Minhyuk singing as the rain pours, a farewell song which shows pain and regret. With that, the album image shows his partially-lit face as the entire image is covered in purple.

The song title inside a box underneath was written along with the album title "Piece of BtoB". It is definitely Minhyuk's time to shine without his band members, making a promising track that will display his gift for music. K-pop fans are now anticipating the full release of his debut track as it will be a sure hit.

Other details from the album are still kept private by Cube Entertainment, BtoB's main proprietor, still, with the teaser videos and image released, Minhyuk will be on the ballad side this time. The South Korean singer/rapper will be showing his softer side as he sings on high notes apart from his usual dancing beat. Together with Minhyuk's "Purple Rain", he will be featuring the vocalist CHEEZE and shall be officially released as per reports from allkpop.

"Purple Rain" is Minhyuk's debut single on BtoB's 5th volume of "Piece of BtoB", and it is expected to showcase the member's individual talents. Watch out for Minhyuk's turn in "Purple Rain" on August 10 at 6 pm KST.

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