Discography Part II
2007 was a slower production year for Se7en. He only released three works that year: one in Korea (747) and two in Japan (会いたい (Aitai) and ありのまま(Ari No Mama). As Se7en set his sights on a United States debut, 2008 saw one release - the Japanese album 君だけに (Kimi Dake ni). Despite a whole-hearted effort to gain traction in the United States (a move that culminated in a collaboration with infamous female rapper L’il Kim, titled “Girls”), Se7en returned to his home base and released a successful mini-album titled Digital Bounce in 2010, followed a year later with a Japanese comeback album titled Somebody Else. In 2012, Se7en continued his Korean and Japanese careers with respective albums When I Can’t Sing and Love Again.