David Yong is back with a new release for your summer playlists.
On 10 August, the Singaporean K-pop artist, businessman, and lawyer unveiled his latest single 'Dripping', a collaboration with South Korean electronic act DJ SODA.
The track is Yong's second team-up with an artist from the South Korean music scene this year, his first being the more mellow spring tune 'Maybe Love' which featured the vocals of MAMAMOO's Moonbyul.
View this post on Instagram
On the same day, a music video for 'Dripping' was released via Yong's official YouTube channel.
A self-described "CEO Influencer", Yong seeks to bring different cultures together through his work. Since venturing into the world of music, he has also worked with R&B outfit 4MEN and Kid Milli and signed a global agency contract with Rainbowbridge World (RBW), the home of K-pop groups MAMAMOO and Purple Kiss.
"Now, I think I'm at a stage where I want to explore more. I want to see the different colours that every genre has and be true to my nature as a multihyphenate," Yong, who's the CEO of Evergreen Group Holdings, said of his musical style in an interview with Hear65 earlier this year.