2nd Lyric Teaser out for Suzy's debut solo album, Suzy's photographer commented On Lolita Controversy

Her upcoming album "Yes, No, Maybe" has a 90s Hong Kong film vibe and a dreamy feel

Suzy Bae posing for Didier Dubot
Suzy Bae posing for Didier Dubot Facebook/MissA.SuzyB

As the official album release of Suzy Bae draws nearer the second lyric teaser of her upcoming song "Yes, No, Maybe" was released on Saturday. Her debut solo album "Yes, No, Maybe" is to be released very soon though it is not slated to be out until Tuesday.

According to Allkpop, the artist's management label JYP Entertainment released the teaser images for her upcoming album "Yes, No, Maybe" and it has a 90s Hong Kong film vibe and a dreamy feel. Some of the images released show the dreamy face of the beautiful actress.

According to the reports, her pre-release single "Pretend" is soaring high and was on all the eight digital music charts, only after six hours. It was released just last Tuesday.

Six songs will feature in her debut solo album "Yes, No, Maybe" including e ollaborations with G.Soul, 1Piece,Urban Zakapa member Jo Hyun Ah as well as the Epitome Project.

Park Jin Young, her JYP boss and founder who is also known as J.Y. Park, took to Instagram to praise and congratulate the talented artist for her success. "Suzy knew what exactly she wanted to do in music, photo, design, and fashion, but what makes her more special is the fact that she also knows how to listen and accept the ideas of the team around her." He also added,"Congrats, and I'm so proud of you!", Park Jin Young wrote.

In other news, the photographer Oh Sun Hye responded on the Lolita controversy. In 2015, when Suzy's photobook was released, it gained a lot of attention as some negative reactions by the netizens stirred the Lolita controversy.

Oh Sun Hye took to social media and wrote: "Please refrain from mindlessly denouncing others and jumping to conclusions. Moreover, there will be no leniency or settlements regarding copyright or portrait rights." She further added, "Knowing it would be rude and doing it anyway is a sin."

This article was first published on January 23, 2017