Jay Park to promote ‘New Breed’ in five Asian countries
Jay Park will be promoting his album in five different Asian countries.
The promotions will begin with a visit to Singapore on April 27th, and Jay Park will also be traveling to the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia in May, wrapping up with a final stop in Japan in June.
This new promotion has been launched to celebrate the Asian version release of his first formal album ‘New Breed’. Jay wanted to thank his overseas fans for their unconditional love and support, and this mini-tour was also reported to be his own idea.
Jay Park has also been invited to attend the ‘Star Awards’ in Singapore, and will be putting on a special performance for the 6,000 fans in attendance. Furthermore, Jay has been receiving endless requests to conduct interviews on television, the radio, magazines, newspapers, and more, which proves the singer’s broad fan base and popularity overseas.
Source: Naeil via Nate
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