Singer Seven says he is planning on debuting in the United States in August.
The Sankei Sports has reported recently that Korean R&B singer Seven disclosed his U.S. debut plans on a show of the Tokyo Internet video broadcaster Ameba Studio.
The daily also said that Seven appeared on the show to promote his sixth single album that went on sale in Japan July 4, and that some 630 fans attended the show.
Seven said he will leave for the U.S. in August and that he is strongly determined to rise to the challenge despite numerous difficulties that Asian artists face in America.
On June 30, the singer successfully finished his tour in Japan that covered Nagoya, Osaka and Chiba Prefecture.
credits: KBS Global
well this isn't new but just confirms his debut in the United States is really soon. With a big fanbase he has and several performances already held in america, one can expect something big. But only time will tell and hope the best for him in a market non existent for korean gasoos or foreigners from asia for that matter.