Kris Wu Reveals He Does Not Talk With The Rest Of EXO Members
By M. Grace, December 06, 2017 20:12 PM
Former EXO member, who is already active in promoting in China, recently sat down in an interview for a radio station hosted by DJ Gabby Diaz.
"Things have been good," Kris Wu said when asked how is his life now.
"I guess first of all, I am not Korean so I am Chinese so working there is really a stress for me. Second, I want to do my own stuff like Hip Hop, which represents me as an artist," Kris Wu shared when asked why he left EXO and K-pop.
"Are you still talking to the guys right now or..." the DJ asked in which the former EXO member replied saying, "Yeah."
A video was released on December and it features Kris Wu opening up about leaving the Kpop world and EXO. He also talked about collaborating with American artist and producer, Pharrell.
Kris Wu also talked about working from his own company in China and revealed his freedom in doing things he want to do.
Watch his full interview below:
In related news, Kris' song "B.M" recently hit #1 on the Hip-Hop/Rap iTunes chart and #2 overall on the U.S iTunes chart, AllKpop reported.
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