Rain Unveils Music Video for 'Let's Break Up Today' Ft. Urban Zakapa's Jo Hyun Ah


Rain Unveils Music Video for 'Let's Break Up Today' Ft. Urban Zakapa's Jo Hyun Ah


The track will be included in the 38-year-old singer's highly-anticipated album 'My Life', which is set to be released on December 1.
Rain is back with a new song! Ahead of his highly-anticipated comeback, the 35-year-old Korean superstar unveiled the music video for pre-release track "Let's Break Up Today" featuring Jo Hyun Ah of Urban Zakapa on November 24.

The monochrome clip begins with Rain and Hyun Ah entering a recording studio to record the song. Rain looked chic in a knee-length checkered long coat and shades. Hyun Ah, on the other hand, looked adorable in an oversized coat and a blazer. At one point, Hyun Ah is seen scribbling something on a note while talking to Rain. Overall, the scenes in the clip show how the duo made the track.



Rain's loyal fans soon gush over the clip. "I think I didn't breath for like fifteen seconds when Rain started singing... Boy, you sang this. Love it," a fan comments below the video, while another notes that Rain's "beautiful voice brings out tears." Another writes, "Amazing song and amazing voice. You are the best, Rain. Love you."

"Let's Break Up Today" is one of the tracks off Rain's upcoming mini album "My Life", which is set to be released on December 1. The effort will be a follow-up to his sixth album "Rain Effect", which was released in 2014. It has also been reported that the set would include five tracks, one of which was produced by former Leessang member Gil.

The mini album has not been released yet, but KBS has confirmed that it would be airing Rain's special comeback show called "2017 Rain is Back" on December 3. The special show will be about sixty minutes long and feature a collaboration with contestants from "The Unit".

His comeback aside, Rain is currently busy being a judge on "The Unit". The father of one previously revealed in an interview that he accepted the offer to be a judge on the show because he thought that the show helped people who have experienced failure show their potential.


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