Holland Releases New MV For ‘I’m Not Afraid’

On July 6th South Korea’s first openly gay singer Holland has released his new single, “I’m Not Afraid.” This autobiographical track is the first volume of his new twin single album: “Holland Twin Single Project.”

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Through the track, “I’m Not Afraid,” Holland unfolds his story of the journey in trying to find his own identity as an artist. Musically, this retro-pop styled EDM song successfully fuses a rush of bass and synth-driven sound, creating refreshing melodies. With every verse delivered with poise and verve, the 22-year-old singer whispers that he is no longer afraid to show the world who he truly is. As the keyword of this track (‘Afraid’) denotes, Holland shares his own fear and encourages others to embrace their true selves.

The music video for Holland’s new single, “I’m Not Afraid,” is available to watch on Holland’s official YouTube channel. Further information about the second volume of the twin single album can be found on Holland’s social media accounts.


Sarah is the founder and content manager of TokkiStar. She has been a K-pop fan since the age of 13 but began as a J-pop fan at 11. Some of her favorite groups include SHINee, Wonder Girls, Red Velvet, SVT, WJSN, NCT, Day6, The Rose, and SNSD. She is currently anticipating the day Pristin reunites.