The minute Koichi Domoto (31) finished his season of “Endless SHOCK” on Saturday night, he was rushed into a press conference to talk about his upcoming album and national tour, reports Sankei Sports.
Apart from commenting about the news that “Endless SHOCK” would go global, it had been announced the singer would release his first solo album in four years, titled “BPM”, which will be released on September 1. On top of this, Domoto will also embark on a solo tour around nine cities in Japan from September 11, performing 25 concerts.
Koichi had said he would be ready to face his new challenge on Monday, only after recovering from his 100th stage show.
“I’m really busy this year. But it makes me happy.
“But I think I’ll be sleeping all day tomorrow,” he said.