14:56 GMT16 June 2021
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    Also known as Kim Han-bin, the talented artist is back on track after drug scandal.

    The former leader of popular K-Pop boy band iKon, who ended his exclusive contract with YG Entertainment in 2019 after having being involved in a drug scandal and later cleared of all charges, is finally ready for his first studio album named “Waterfall”. The new material is set to be released on 1 June and the talented producer and songwriter has already been creating a stir among his starved fans with an emotional film on 20 May.

    B.I (real name Kim Han-bin) has already released some songs and collaborations - for example with hip-hop group Epik High, and “Got It Like That” with Destiny Rogers and Tyla Yaweh - which were released on 14 May.

    Fans warmly welcomed the releases while Han-bin has been labouring hard to revive his image after the drug charge, through countless deeds of charity. Now his supporters have their own official name “ID (BE IDENTITY)”.

    new album, k-pop, Music, South Korea
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