“I have always been lazy in some ways, pushing things off that didn't interest me as much. The only thing I wasn't lazy for was music, so I wrote a song about it. I think we can all relate to our inner laziness and appreciate both when we are being lazy and being proactive. Balance is key.”
The ultimate summer anthem, “Lazy” encompasses a chic bassline and addictive chorus, magnifying WooSung’s magnetism and gentle coos. Its relatable lyrics – made complete with a flowing rap feature from Show Me The Money rapper Reddy – reminds us of the importance of having both productive and unproductive days, amplified through a colorful music video thatbegins with a lazy day at home but swings back into an ambitious night out.
“I have always been lazy in some ways, pushing things off that didn't interest me as much. The only thing I wasn't lazy for was music, so I wrote a song about it,” says WooSung on the inspiration behind the track, “I think we can all relate to our inner laziness and appreciate both when we are being lazy and being proactive. Balance is key.
A multi-instrumentalist, WooSung first learned to play electric guitar when he was just 12, having fallen in love with Angus Young, the main guitarist of rock band AC/DC. With debut hit “Sorry”
named one of Billboard’s “best Korean pop songs of 2017,” WooSung enjoyed breakout success as the lead vocalist of soft-rock band The Rose, who would go on to receive “Most Promising Artist” award at the International K-Music Awards and sell out their first 5-city European tour, “Paint It Rose.”
Now four years into his career, WooSung is still perfecting his artistry, but this time also as the entrepreneur behind his own independent effort. “Lazy” marks his first solo release since extended play Wolf in 2019, and signals the beginning of a new multi-genre music journey that hints at more to come in 2021.“Lazy” is available now on Spotify, Apple Music, TIDAL, and numerous other music platforms around the world.