Tori Kelly teases new song ‘Spruce’ with LE SSERAFIM’s Kim Chaewon

Tori Kelly has teased a brand-new song titled ‘Spruce’, which will be a collaboration with Kim Chaewon of K-pop girl group LE SSERAFIM.

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Today (March 19), Kelly released a snippet of ‘Spruce’ on her Instagram Stories, and also tagged the Instagram accounts of LE SSERAFIM and Chaewon. “I’m surrounded by the best,” she sings on the clip, which ends with the K-pop idol saying: “Hey Tori.”

The song will appear on Kelly’s upcoming fifth studio album, ‘TORI.’, which will be released on April 5. The record will also feature the previously released single ‘High Water’, as well as the seven tracks from her 2023 EP ‘Tori’.

Chaewon x Tori Kelly collab is really happening omfg I’m crying she sounds so cute at the end “Hey Tori!”pic.twitter.com/zG8C7pSaiM

— hourly chaewon ✧ (@hourchaewon) March 18, 2024

Last month, Chaewon and her LE SSERAFIM members released their third mini-album ‘Easy’, featuring the title track of the same name. The project also included the song ‘Smart’, which received a music video treatment earlier this month.

In other K-pop news, boyband Tomorrow X Together (TXT) have announced their upcoming 2024 ‘Act: Promise’ world tour, which will kick off with concerts in Seoul this May. Thereafter, they’ll head to the US for an 11-stop leg.

Meanwhile, South Korea-based Japanese girl group XG have unveiled the first batch of dates for their 2024 ‘The First Howl’ world tour, which will feature concerts in Asia, North America, Europe and more.

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Elsewhere, South Korean network SBS has renewed hit K-drama Flex X Cop for season two, with leads Ahn Bo-hyun and Park Ji-hyun currently in talks to reprise their roles. The series is available to stream internationally on Disney+.

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