The album was released online on October 31st, 2014, and physically on November 3rd, 2014. The genre of the album is a mix of R&B, ballad, and upbeat songs each of which portrays Zhoumi’s strong voice. The album consists of a total of 6 songs, plus 2 songs in a Korean version. The Chinese versions of the songs were all written by Zhoumi himself with the help of other artists. The Korean version of “Rewind” was written by Lee Yoo-jin and Oh Min-joo, while its Chinese version was written by Zhoumi, Zhou Weijie, and EXO’s Tao.
Here is the list of the songs completed with the full credits!
(feat. Chanyeol of EXO)
|Lee Yoo-jin, Oh Min-joo (Jam Factory)||Daniel “Obi” Klein, Jakob Mihoubi, Rudi Daouk||03:32|
|2||Why (Color Blind) (Korean Ver.)||Jeon Gan-di||Hayley Aitken, Olof Lindskog, Caesar & Loui||Yoo Han-jin||03:33|
|3||Without You||Zhoumi||Steven Lee||Im Gang-wook, Im Chae-seop||03:39|
(爱上你) (feat. Victoria of f(x))
|Zhoumi||Jo Yong-hoon, Lee Jae-myung||03:45|
(feat. Tao of EXO)
(feat. Tao of EXO)
|Zhoumi, Zhou Weijie, Tao||Daniel “Obi” Klein, Jakob Mihoubi, Rudi Daouk||03:32|
|8||Why (Color Blind)||Zhoumi||Hayley Aitken, Olof Lindskog, Caesar & Loui||Yoo Han-jin||03:33|
For the Hong Kong version, Zhoumi added a special track, “Lovesick” in Cantonese version. The Cantonese lyrics were written by Vicky Fung.
They also released a highlight medleys video of the album for both versions on SM’s official YouTube channel.
The album peaked at number 5 on the Gaon Album Weekly Chart and number 12 on the Gaon Album Monthly Chart. It also peaked at number 12 on the Billboard World Album. Meanwhile, the title track “Rewind” (feat. Chanyeol) peaked at number 161 on the Gaon Chart (Korea) and number 5 on the Billboard World (US). On Baidu Chart (China), the Chinese version of “Rewind” featuring Tao peaked at number 17 and the other track, “Loving You” (feat. Victoria), peaked at number 13. The physical sales reached a total of 8,676+ sales recorded by Gaon.
If you are curious about the album, let’s check out the unboxing video below!
Music Show Performance
According to Soompi, Zhoumi did a photo shoot and interview with BNTNews in 2015. When asked about his solo debut, he confessed that it was hard for him because he had to fill the stage all on his own. He also added that when he recalled his first solo stage, he thought that he screwed it up and hoped to do better in his next album. Is it true though? Let’s check out his live performances below!
His stage debut was on MBC Music Core on November 1st, 2014. He performed the Korean version of “Rewind” and it was featuring Amber of f(x) instead of Chanyeol.
He finally made a performance with Chanyeol on SBS’ Inkigayo on November 9th, 2014.
He also made a performance of the Chinese version of “Rewind” featuring Tao through SBS’ The Show on November 4th, 2014.
What do you think about the performance? Who is your favorite feature among them? Kindly share your thoughts in the comment section below!
Latest News About Zhoumi
At the end of 2018, Zhoumi released a single track “寂寞煙火” (The Lonely Flame), on December 19th, which he was responsible for composing and writing the lyrics of the song. On December 27th, he dropped the music video for the song.
He also released the Japanese version of the song on May 6th, 2019, making it his first Japanese song. On the same day, he held a fan meeting presented by ELF-Japan titled Zhoumi Fanmeeting 2019. He posted about it the day after on his personal Instagram account (@zhouzhoumi419).
Recently, he posted about someone’s wedding that turned out to be his fellow co-worker from The Show program. He also said that it was a great time since it had been a long time since they had last gotten together.
Zhoumi managed to make his solo debut and even released his second album in 2016. We surely hope to see him release another solo album. Let’s keep supporting him and look forward to his upcoming activities in the future!
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