HaHa discussed his last breakup during a recent interview.
On July 30th, Skull&HaHa held a showcase and press interview for the release of their mini-album, 'YA MAN'.
HaHa told the press, "Even at the age of 34 (Korean age), I'm still being called a 'kid' or 'Haroro'. But if you really get to know me, I am quite scandalous." He then added, "Truthfully, after my breakup, I lived like a [crazy person]."
The reason for HaHa's sudden mention of his past was to highlight an emotional track called "HENESSY 19". The song was written based on HaHa's relationship and Skull, who co-produced the song with HaHa, explained, "We drank and produced for two weeks, while talking about HaHa's past girlfriend."
'HENESSY 19' illustrates the bold and truthful story of a man, and the sullen emotions of the song are brought out by the orchestra instrumentals. The hidden message behind the title is another fun mystery to solve.
The mini-album 'YA MAN' holds two title tracks, 'Busan Vacance' and 'Wikiki Brothers'. 'Busan Vancance' is a track with elements of reggae, electronica, and a touch of dubstep, introducing refreshing instrumentals with a dynamic crossover in one song. The song also highlights the traditional reggae sound of Skull. In contrast, "Wikiki Brothers" has a highly addictive rhythmical groove.
Source & Photo: Newsen via Nate
Posted byTuesday, July 31, 2012
HaHa admits he 'lived like a crazy person' after breakup
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