EXO's D.O. Releases 2nd EP "Expectation"

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On September 18, D.O., the main vocalist of iconic K-Pop group EXO, released his second EP, “Expectation”via SM Entertainment. Listen HERE. Watch the music video for his new single ‘Somebody’.


Featuring seven emotional tracks perfectly suited for autumn, the EP displays D.O.’s renowned singing skills, highlighted by ‘Somebody’. The single effortlessly blends folk and pop influences, allowing D.O.’s heartfelt emotions to radiate through the acoustic guitar melodies. The lyrics express an individual’s yearning to meet someone who wholly accepts them for who they truly are. 
 
Ahead of the release, D.O. teased the album by releasing a music video for the album track ‘I Do’ on 8 September. The animated visual builds upon the music video for D.O.’s 2019 single ‘That’s Okay’ and portrays a story of lovers creating happy memories together under the starry night sky.
 
“Expectation” is D.O.’s latest solo EP since his 2021 project, “Empathy”Featuring the single ‘Rose’ – with lyrics written by D.O. himself – “Empathy” was praised by fans and critics worldwide, and topped iTunes Top Albums Chart in nearly sixty regions around the world. In addition to music releases, he has expanded his career as an actor by participating in several movies and TV dramas, being recognized for his solid acting skills and box office power.
 
On top of D.O.’s solo activities, EXO recently released their long-awaited seventh studio album, “EXISTThe catchy single ‘Cream Soda’ hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Hot Trending Songs chart, with additional album tracks occupying spots 2-4. 
 

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Ciera Reeves

Ciera is the founder of KpopWise. She has been a fan of Korean pop culture since 2005 and writing about it since 2009. Her bias groups are VIXX and OnlyOneOf. She is a 2nd-3rd generation K-pop fan, but she is actively keeping up with the current artists. twitter instagram

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