K-pop star Amber Liu is back Stateside for a while, with a brand new contract and career path.
The Chinese-American f(x) member and singer-songwriter recently confirmed in an interview with Forbes that she is looking to pursue a career in the United States, and that she has signed with Steel Wool Entertainment. Steel Wool is headed by Kevin Morrow, formerly of Live Nation and House Of Blues.
“At a time when you see this stuff start to cross over, she’s someone with urban leanings, but at the same time she can do a pop song, so I can’t think of a better time for her to put out her own material,” Morrow told Forbes. “Her new music will be a mixture of everything. She’ll be doing K-Pop stuff, she’s gonna be straight-up rap, it’s gonna be a little bit of everything.”