The FNC Entertainment band claims the attention they finally deserve with their new single, composed by leader & oldest member Lee Seung Hyub.
N.Flying made headlines for all the wrong reasons last month, but things are starting to look up for the four-member band thanks to growing interest in their stunning new single "Rooftop."
The group saw public backlash and intense scrutiny when N.Flying's former bassist Kwon Kwon Jin became the center of controversy after multiple accusations, including sexual harassment, bad-mouthing his bandmates and dating one of his fans -- the latter of which is highly frowned upon in the K-pop industry. While Kwon and his lawyer deny most of the allegations, deeming any sexual misconduct as "outlandish," Kwon admitted to dating a fan and chose to depart the group permanently.
N.Flying made its ambitious debut in 2015 as a new, fresh-faced band under FNC Entertainment (following in the footsteps of successful predecessor bands like FTISLAND and CNBLUE) and has been consistently releasing elegant rock songs but to very little public recognition.