Lee Hi successfully made it to Spotify Singles: Holiday Collection this year, the music streaming platform announced.
For five years, Spotify has recognized several US-based musicians who brought commendable contributions to the platform. The company awards them through Spotify Singles: Holiday Collection.
But this year, Spotify expanded its empire and welcomed international artists to the project. Four out of 12 songs were made by international artists, and one of them is Lee Hi.
Lee Hi Dominates Spotify With For You (Holiday Remix)
On Wednesday, Spotify's Newsroom published the press release titled Spotify Reimagines Holiday Classics With Nao, Ashnikko, Spoon, jxdn, El Alfa, and More Hitmakers From Around the Globe.
The audio streaming site revealed that this year's releases have 12 new reimagined holiday classics, and one of the artists is Lee Hi. She joins the Spotify Singles: Holiday Collection alongside El Alfa (with El Cherry Scom), Alexandra Streslikski, LOVA, Ashnikko, jxdn, Spoon, MisterWives, Chandler Moore, Nao, Surfaces, and Caylee Hammack.
The Korean crooner made it to the list through her hit rendition of For You (Holiday Remix).
Lee Hi expressed her gratitude toward Spotify and her fans for giving her a new milestone before this year ends. According to the singer, she successfully reinterpreted the song and turned it into a new, romantic holiday song.
"It was fun to recreate a much-loved track to a holiday version just for Spotify's Holiday Singles for broader international music fans. I hope the reimagined 'For You' and other songs in the collection can comfort listeners so they can have a happy holiday in a time where cheer is certainly needed," she went on.
Lee Hi Drops Hint On Next Album
After her appearance on the Spotify special, Lee Hi will be busy working on her next album.
In an interview with GQ Korea this month, the 25-year-old singer said she would include several artists in her upcoming project, and the list contains singers from AOMG. She signed on the label, which Jay Park founded, in 2020 after her seven years' stay at YG Entertainment.
Per Lee Hi, it would be hard if she picks one out of various talented artists under AOMG. So instead of stressing herself, she decided to invite as many artists as possible soon.