Ryeowook, arguably a phase of K-Pop royalty himself, has released his long-awaited debut solo album 'The Little Prince.' He is one of 4 lead vocalists for Super Junior, in addition a member of subunits Super Junior K.R.Y and Super Junior-M. He also has the respect of having his face on a Chinese postage stamp (along with Kyuhyun, Siwon, and Donghae). Here isthe primaryfree upat the group's newly introduced label SJ.
Opening with a smooth number, it sets the tone for a lot of the remainder of the album. It is a little more stripped down than the alternative ballads in this disc, with just a touch of orchestral grandeur close to the end. It showcases Ryewook's voice rather properly and is a nice listen. The lyrics give an explanation forto a lady that she is his gentle in the world.
is a connection with Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's ebook of the similar name. He puts himself within the narrative, and sings about speaking to the Little Prince. It isa just right looking ode to a breakup, the usage ofone of the vital imagery from the book, like the flower. The SuJu singer unleashes his voice about 3 mins in, and his pitch soars high. You'llpractically feel him crying as he sings, giving this musica lot of emotional punch.