Soju Releases Her New 'K-Pop Drag' Single 'Fall in Love Again': Listen

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The "RuPaul's Drag Race" star first teased the bilingual song at DragCon 2019.

From traditional television to the fashion and beauty world, drag queens are continuously breaking into new pop-culture territory. Now, it's time for K-pop.

Soju, the Korean-American queen who competed on the most recent season 11 of RuPaul's Drag Race, released what she is calling her "K-pop drag" single on June 17. True to the Korean-pop form, "Fall in Love Again" does move between Korean and English over an ever-evolving production that evolves from snappy bubblegum beats to pulsating synthesizers with a dubstep-lite breakdown in between for good measure.

The longtime K-pop superfan first teased the song with a performance at DragCon 2019 in Los Angeles last month.

The new tune is the latest from the 28-year-old performer, who has released videos for her tracks like last year's "So Juicy" (which co-starred fellow Drag Race contesant Jaymes Mansfield) and "K-Pop Idol Reject" (which featured YouTuber Edward Avila). 

Concurrent with her music career, Soju is starring in her own web series detailing her journey to stardom in I Want to Be a K-Pop Idol With Soju, currently on World of Wonder's WOW Presents Plus platform. The latest episode sees Soju teaming up with one of Taylor Swift's "You Need to Calm Down" video co-stars Chester Lockheart to talk K-fashion ahead of some other superstar K-pop cameos.

Listen to Soju's "Fall in Love Again" below:


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