SEVENTEEN’s all-round performer DINO revealed his first solo mixtape “Wait.”

An intricate mix of jazz and glitch, “Wait” weaves together a unique arrangement of piano and rhythmic sounds of electric synths. The self-written lyrics and melody extend beyond the idea of love, speaking of his unwavering determination and courage to achieve his goals amid uncertainties.. The distinguished, groovy energy of the track and the music video manifest DINO’s original colors and tenacity as a solo artist.

As a member of SEVENTEEN’s Performance Unit and the youngest member of the group, DINO has consistently shown his flair for musical performance best represented in his original video series ‘DANCEOLOGY.’ Since 2018, the ongoing 12-clip series has captured the versatility of the energetic highflier as he performs his own choreographies to music of a wide array of genres, with views for the the most-watched episode peaking at over 4.5M.

With the release of ‘Wait,” DINO joins HOSHI, WOOZI, and VERNON as the fourth member of the 13-piece act to release a solo mixtape.

“Wait” is available on global streaming platforms including iTunes, Spotify, Apple Music, and SoundCloud.


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