It’s time for the curtains to fall.

SM Station’s last offering is here, and it comes in the form of the track “Curtain”, sung by EXO’s Suho and performed by jazz pianist Song Young Joo. The song was released digitally at midnight today (Friday, 3rd February) along with a music video.

Source: SM Station's Instagram
Source: SM Station’s Instagram

Suho not only provided his vocals for “Curtain”, but also acted in the music video alongside actress Kang Sora. The touching track sings about a lost love and the pain one has to go through without their loved one by their side. Suho portrays the pain perfectly through his vocals and acting, with Kang Sora complementing him as his love interest.


The 52nd track remains as experimental as ever, with SM Entertainment putting together a pop idol and jazz pianist, and it reminds us of what we like about SM Station.

We’re sad to see the digital music project go, as it has gifted us with several stellar tracks, such as EXO D.O’s “Tell Me What Is Love”, f(x) Amber’s “Borders”, and SNSD Girl Generation Tiffany’s “Heartbreak Hotel”. Through the platform, EXO’s Lay and SNSD’s Seohyun also released their solo tracks “Monodrama” and “Mystery” respectively.

Source: SM Station's Instagram
Source: SM Station’s Instagram

It also paved the way for unprecedented works such as the inter-entertainment company collaboration “Born To Be Wild” (which is produced by Park Jin Young and sung by SNSD’s Hyoyeon, miss A’s Min, and 2AM’s Jo Kwon) and the rock track “Nightmare” (performed by Reddy, G2, Inlayer, NCT 127’s Johnny, and YB frontman Yoon Do Hyun).

Don’t be too sad over the end of the project though, as an insider has revealed that SM Station will be back for another year, this time with more epic collaborations featuring international artistes!

We’re not sure how true the news is, but for now, let’s enjoy the last music video for SM Station:

What was your favourite SM Station track? Who do you wish to see collaborate in season 2 of the digital music project? Tell us what you think!

For more info, visit SM Entertainment’s official website and SM Station’s Instagram.


Source: soompi.

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