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WATCH: EXO’s Lay releases ‘NAMANANA’ music video

/ 04:59 PM October 19, 2018

Lay (Zhang Yixing). Photo courtesy of SM Entertainment

Prominent K-pop boy group EXO member Lay (Zhang Yixing) finally dropped his new music video and single “NAMANANA” on Friday.

This song is part of the album, also titled NAMANANA – Zhang’s debut and first album in the United States and third album in China after his mini album “LOSE CONTROL” (2016) and “LAY 02 SHEEP” (2017).

NAMANANA features 22 tracks, including previously released “Give Me a Chance,” since each of the 11 songs in the compilation has either an English or Chinese version.

The release of Zhang’s NAMANANA single preceded the most-awaited return of EXO with their “Don’t Mess My Tempo” album, which will be out by November 2.

Before joining world-renowned group EXO in 2012, Zhang entered show business in 2005 through talent show Star Academy before getting signed by South Korean agency SM Entertainment.

Aside from being a singer, Zhang is also a music producer, a dancer and an actor. He starred in the 2017 film “Kung Fu Yoga” as well as in the 2018 films “Unexpected Love” and “The Island,” among others.

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