Past YG artist fails to make it to the 2nd round on 'Voice Korea'
With all the audition programs out there its hard to keep up with all the singing. Mnet's 'Voice Korea' however, has recently gathered attention for bringing together past trainees, artists, and even vocal coaches, in hopes to become the next big singer.
In the recent episode of 'Voice Korea', a former YG Entertainment artist Kim Ji Eun powerfully sang Boohwal's "Never Ending Story", but failed to make it to the next round.
Coach Baek Ji Young explained, "The reason why I didn't turn around is, your voice had appeal and there were times where I was pulled by the color of your voice..but I couldn't press the button with just that (like something was missing)".
Coach Gil continued, "It's true you have a particular sound, but I thought you lacked some ability to control your voice".
Kim Ji Eun came out with an album in 2007, and has has duet songs with Wheesung and Gummy, as well as featured in Lexy's "Up Into The Sky". Back in 2007, she released her debut solo album, 'Rain'. Unfortunately, it did not have much commercial popularity. Then in 2009 she moved from YG Entertainment to Lion Media and became part of a three member vocal group called 'Lady Collection', but the group failed to succeed. Currently Kim Ji Eun is working as a vocal trainer.
As she regrettably left the stage, she rejoined her friends, which included current singer Lyn. Lyn replied, "I heard her song well, and I still haven't changed my mind that Unni is the best".
You can watch Kim Ji Eun's clip below below starting at 19:40 and tell us if you think she should've made it to the next round.
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