It’s been over a 12 months since SHINee’s Taemin launched his final Korean solo album Move-ing, however the star returned as we speak (Feb. 11) together with his distinctive creative styling, dropping the dramatic synthpop monitor “Want” and an EP of the identical identify.
Built upon a rhythmic, pounding bass beat and and percolating synths, the groovy melody serves as a clean platform upon which Taemin’s sultry vocals can relay his needs to be desired. “The second you're taking me in you'll be thirsting for extra, incomplete,” begins the music as he slowly as he teases the listener, seducing together with his velvety tone. "Making you fall for me with out restrict/ waking you up from silence below your deep sea/ will leaving you wanting for extra, thirsting for extra," he sings.
The music, which his firm describes as area disco-influenced, was launched alongside a fascinating music video that embraces Taemin's dynamic aptitude for drama by pairing darkish, aesthetically pleasing units and charismatic choreography. Snakes and smoke, netting and sculpture, gloves and leather-based, all play a job as a backdrop to Taemin’s tormenting the viewers whereas he sings about making them thirst for extra. Like the groundbreaking androgyny-based choreography of "Move," Taemin labored with frequent collaborator Sugawara Koharu, producing a theatrical, fascinating efficiency.
Growing up within the highlight after debuting as a member of SHINee in 2008 as a younger teen, Taemin has grown into his personal via his solo releases and explored his distinct model of artistry via solo releases in each Korean and Japanese, mixing smooth dance-pop and alt R&B sounds with elegant, sensual choreography. “Want” expands on this as an exploration of his sexual prowess, shifting Taemin into his most mature period thus far.
Along with the one, Want, Taemin's second Korean EP, options six different tracks, together with the EDM ballad “Truth,” which was co-written by *NSYNC’s JC Chasez.
Since the discharge of his first EP Ace in 2014, Taemin has landed 4 entries on the World Albums chart, relationship again to his 2014 debut EP Ace: The First Mini Album. The set reached No. 2, as did his follow-up set Press It, whereas 2017's Move: The 2nd Album peaked at No. three and its reissue Move-ing: The 2nd Album Repackage in December 2017 peaked at No. 11.
Following the discharge of the music and album, the artist’s identify trended worldwide on Twitter for a number of hours.