CL's latest single is one that is sure to tug at your heartstrings.
Titled 'Wish You Were Here', the surprise release is an emotional number dedicated to the South Korean rapper and singer-songwriter's late mother, who passed away earlier this month.
The 30-year-old, who is scheduled to make her highly-anticipated comeback later this year, unveiled the track via her official Twitter page on 26 February, along with the caption "If you love someone, tell them now".
If you love someone, tell them now.https://t.co/EFKSlrFKUf pic.twitter.com/znK3KFYc1k— CL (@chaelinCL) February 26, 2021
In 'Wish You Were Here', which is sung in both English and Korean, CL, whose real name is Lee Chae-rin, asks, "Is heaven all we thought it'd be? Can you still hear my voice now? Are you watching out on me when all I see is stars?"
The release of the song comes just a week after she penned and shared a heartfelt tribute to her mother on Twitter.
Thank you for giving me light, during one of the most difficult times of my life, with all of your kind words and the outpour of love. pic.twitter.com/2VV9i1kWaU— CL (@chaelinCL) February 16, 2021
Stream 'Wish You Were Here' here: