K-POP Korean R&B Artist JUNGGIGO Signs with Warner Music Korea

Korean R&B Artist JUNGGIGO Signs with Warner Music Korea

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Warner Music Korea announces signing of JUNGGIGO, a veteran Korean R&B singer-songwriter.

JUNGGIGO first debuted with the single “Bye Bye Bye” in 2008 and received his first award at the Korean Music Awards as “Best R&B” with his single “Blind” in 2011.

In 2014, JUNGGIGO released a mega-hit single “Some” with SOYOU from SISTAR which became the no. 1 single of the year, sweeping all Korean music charts and music shows of that year. After marking his presence with “Some,” JUNGGIGO once again fascinated the public with a single “Want U” which he worked with Beenzino, placing No. 1 on Korea’s “Gaon Digital Weekly Chart.” The R&B veteran also collaborated with Jay Park, Zion T, Crush, DEAN, JUNNY, and more.

Additionally, JUNGGIGO has participated in various TV series soundtracks, such as “Uncontrollably Fond,” “Radiant Office,” “The Bride of Habaek,” and most recently “Strong Girl Nam-soon” with the track “Be Your Love”.

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