Lead singer Lee “Lee Ranaldo” Chang has announced his intention to retire from the popular dating sim game “Bachelor in Paradise” and the “Lead Synonym” franchise.
“I want to be a writer, but I’m not a writer.
I want to write songs and have them be great songs, but the next generation of people won’t know anything about the writing of songs, so I’m going to step away from ‘Bachelorette,'” the 20-year-old said in an interview with The Globe and Mail.
“It’s hard to make it to the top when you don’t know the rules.
So I’m just gonna retire.”
The “Bachelorettes” season of season seven aired on April 29, 2018.
The show features an interracial dating sim featuring Asian-American and Hispanic women.
Chang’s departure from the dating sims industry comes amid a new trend of people leaving the entertainment industry.
A recent survey by the Entertainment Software Association found that about one in five entertainment professionals were leaving their current careers in 2019.
In 2017, only 17 per cent of all the industry’s employees were leaving, according to a report from the Association for Women in Television and Film.
It is not the first time a “Lead synonym” artist has left the dating app industry, but it is the first by a Korean artist.
Chang has previously been active in “Lead” and “BTS,” two popular Korean dance groups, and he is also a producer for the popular dance music band, BTS.
He was last seen on March 12, 2017, in a song titled “A Song for Lee Ranaldas.”
“A lot of people will see me in a new role,” Chang said in the interview.
“The next generation will have no idea who I am and no idea what I do.
I think I have to make a new career.”
“LeadSynonym” has released four albums over the past two years.
“BTR” is a dating sim that features white men and women.
“LeadSync” is another dating sim with a predominantly Asian cast of characters.
The “Leadsynonym” team also produces “Lead In Water,” which is based on the hit TV show “The Good Wife.”
The music video for “Lead Sync” has been viewed over three million times on YouTube.
In a follow-up interview with Billboard, the lead singer said that his departure from “Borne” is personal.
“After I saw the ratings and saw the number of people who were interested in me as a musician, I thought, ‘What’s the worst that could happen?
What if people don’t like my music?'” he said.
“So it’s the best of times, and the worst of times. “
I’m very grateful for all of you who’ve been with me, but this is my last year. “
So it’s the best of times, and the worst of times.
I’m very grateful for all of you who’ve been with me, but this is my last year.