Client Throwback – R&B singer Dean in his U.S. debut, “I’m Not Sorry” ft. Eric Bellinger

For this week’s Client News, we decided to do something a little different with a “Client Throwback” to specifically highlight one of our client’s crowning achievements.

Kpop star, R&B crooner and The Hollywood Lawyer client, Dean made his U.S. music debut back in 2015 with the song, “I’m Not Sorry” featuring singer, Eric Bellinger. While Dean has come to work with other big name American artists, like Justin Bieber and Chris Brown, this song has been one of his most popular, with the video getting over 3M views on YouTube.

In recent news, according to Wikipedia, Britain’s Miss Vogue named Dean to their list of “The 50 Fittest Boys Of 2017,” calling him “…the most hyped act in his native South Korea”. 

We can’t wait to check out his new music – in the meantime, let’s appreciate this #throwback to “I’m Not Sorry”:

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