Still from Eric Nam's "Don't Leave Yet" music video.

Eric Nam Stays Wondering In “Don’t Leave Yet” Music Video

Eric Nam is putting his own unique spin on dance songs with his new single, "Don't Leave Yet," and accompanying music video.

The man with the infectious smolder, Eric Nam, is back at it again with his latest single, “Don’t Leave Yet,” the newest piece of the House on a Hill puzzle.

The new single, written by Eric Nam, Rabbit (Jason Yik Nam Wu), Boy Matthews, and Christina Galligan, is perceived as a new generation of dance anthem that combines the fun nature of Eric Nam with his brand of pop that also makes you think.

Alongside releasing the new single, Eric Nam also shared the puzzling music video for the track, which was produced alongside 37th Degree and choreographed by the talented Kyle Hanagami and features a full-blown dance number. At the same time, Eric stays locked in his mental prison.

On the single itself, Eric Nam shares, “‘Don’t Leave Yet” is my take on a dance song. I wanted to flip the typical dance song on its head and thought about those situations where you or your friend don’t want to go home and stay out dancing instead.

Maybe you want to get your mind off things in your life, and this song is saying – we can just dance it all out and stay here as long as you’d like. I’d like to think it’s my version of an uplifting “I’m There For You” kind of moment but in a fun dance song.

Eric Nam’s upcoming album, House on a Hill, featuring “Don’t Leave Yet,” drops on September 8. Following the album’s release, Eric will embark on a massive world tour, with tickets already on sale.

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Brandon Flores

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