UPDATE (2/28): Listen to My Voice, Taeyeon's debut full-length solo studio album, now streaming in full below.

UPDATE (2/21): It's got a name! Taeyeon's debut full-length solo album is called My Voice, and includes 13 songs. Some liner note fun facts worth noting: "Sweet Love" was produced by The Stereotypes who also worked on Bruno Mars' "24K Magic," and two songs — "Fire" and "Love In Color" — were co-penned by Myah Marie of Britney Spears background vocalist fame.)

Check out two new teasers from the LP for "Love In Color" and "Cover Up" below.

UPDATE (2/17): It's here! Watch the video for "I Got Love."

From her soaring debut "I" to letting the "Rain" fall down and wake her dreams to making a wish at "11:11," each one of Taeyeon's solo steps have proven that the singer has what it takes to command a career outside of her almighty troupe, Girls' Generation.

And now, she's preparing her first-ever full length LP.

Following confirmation of the news by her record label S.M. Entertainment earlier in the week, Taeyeon's already begun teasing the (increasingly fierce) visuals for pre-release track "I Got Love," due out on February 18.

Plenty of fans in the comment section already suspect that the track will have an "Indian or Arabic vibe" based on the short snippet of sound — and nearly all agree that Taeyeon looks irresponsibly hot with this edgier-looking concept.

Prior to this forthcoming album, Taeyeon's released two mini-albums: I in 2015 and Why in 2016. Her latest single, ""11:11," was released in November as a non-album single. (No word on whether it'll show up on the forthcoming LP.)

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