EXO Member Lay's first mini album: Release date and more details revealed

Lay's first solo album titled Lose Control will be released on 28 October.

Exo's Lay
EXO member Lay will officially be releasing his first mini album on 28 October Facebook/Exo'sLAy

There is good news for EXO Lay's fans. SM Entertainment revealed that the singer's first solo album titled Lose Control will be released on 28 October.

The much-awaited album contains six original songs. The tracks have been written, composed, and produced by the 25-year-old singer himself.

Lay, whose real name is Zhang Yixing, had recently released a single called what U need? on his birthday. The song topped several music charts in China and South Korea.

Lay has been working hard lately and the stress had taken a toll on his health. The boy group member collapsed while boarding a plane at Incheon airport.

Following that incident, Lay asked his fans not to the blame his label for it. He said: "Fainting is my fault. Please do not blame my label. I want to emphasize once again that I am the one who decides the arrangements of my schedule. I'm also the type who doesn't like accepting failures, so I tend to only do the things that I am capable of doing. My label also respects my opinions."

Exo's Lay
EXO member Lay will officially be releasing his first mini album on 28 October Facebook/Exo'sLAy

There is good news for EXO Lay's fans. SM Entertainment revealed that the singer's first solo album titled Lose Control will be released on 28 October.

The much-awaited album contains six original songs. The tracks have been written, composed, and produced by the 25-year-old singer himself.

Lay, whose real name is Zhang Yixing, had recently released a single called what U need? on his birthday. The song topped several music charts in China and South Korea.

Lay has been working hard lately and the stress had taken a toll on his health. The boy group member collapsed while boarding a plane at Incheon airport.

Following that incident, Lay asked his fans not to the blame his label for it. He said: "Fainting is my fault. Please do not blame my label. I want to emphasize once again that I am the one who decides the arrangements of my schedule. I'm also the type who doesn't like accepting failures, so I tend to only do the things that I am capable of doing. My label also respects my opinions."