Amid the ongoing legal battle with South Korean record label SM Entertainment, former EXO member Luhan is all set to make his solo debut in the Chinese music industry.
The entertainer will make his comeback to the music industry with the release of his first solo digital album "Reloaded" on 14 September.
The former Kpop star has already released a teaser poster of his first solo project and it shows a red deer in the forest, according to Soompi.
"Reloaded" is produced by Los Angeles underground producer Djemba Djemba, who is known for his unpredictable and strange style.
Earlier, Luhan had released a few behind-the-scenes photos of the album through Chinese micro-blogging site Weibo. He even informed his fans that he is a little nervous, uneasy and tired, but also excited about the project.
The singer is currently going through a legal dispute with SM Entertainment and he had his first hearing at Seoul Central District Court on 19 August.
Since the former Kpop star will have his second round of mediation a few days before his album release, i.e on Friday, 11 September, his fans are curious to know if the South Korean entertainment agency will take any legal support to put it on hold.
Recently, Luhan was criticised by EXO fans for his statements against the record label and they wrote hateful comments about him on various social media platforms.
The messages ranged from "You disgust me~compensate SM for all the education and training fee they spent on you than sue them," and "You made 540 Million won in 2 years with EXO and you think this is too little?" to "You should have nothing to say even if they fine you tsk tsk. Just stay in China never comeback and don't even utter Korean. Disgusting".