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Former MONSTA X member Wonho signs with Starship’s subsidiary Highline Entertainment

He’s making his solo debut and K-Pop comeback soon!

Wonho. Photo courtesy of Highline Entertainment

Former Monsta X member Wonho is joining Starship Entertainment’s hip-hop/R&B label Highline Entertainment as a solo producer and artist, the agency confirmed on April 10.

This is after the K-Pop idol has been cleared of all the past allegations against him last month, which prompted him to drop from his original debut group Monsta X.

Highline shared that Wonho, through the label, will be honing his skills in both music composition and production, as well as writing lyrics and more.

The 27-year old star also relayed a message thru his new label, saying that, “I am deeply regretting on my immature and improper actions of my past. I am so thankful for my fans who have given me a second chance, and I will do my best to repay your support.”

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The agency, which is formerly known as House of Music, is home to several popular acts such as DJ Soda, DJ H.One and PLUMA, among others. -HallyuLife.com

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