GOT7 singer Youngjae to greet fans on birthday | Inquirer Entertainment

GOT7 singer Youngjae to greet fans on birthday

/ 11:53 AM August 30, 2022
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Youngjae. Image: Sublime via The Korea Herald

Youngjae of GOT7 will host a fan meet event on his own on Sept. 17, said label Sublime on Monday, Aug. 29.

The meet and greet will also celebrate his birthday and will be broadcast live for fans who cannot attend.

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The musician recently wrapped up touring Manila, Singapore and Bangkok, where he dropped a collaboration with Thai rapper F.Hero. The single “Irreplaceable” topped the iTunes top songs chart in Thailand.

He also sang the main theme song for the drama “Good Job” with bandmate Jay B. The swing jazz tune was released last week. Youngjae is hosting a radio show as well.

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In June he put out his second solo EP, “Sugar,” which topped the iTunes top albums chart in 19 regions. The titular track ranked No. 1 on the iTunes top songs chart in 11 regions. DC/RA

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