Kim Jun-su of JYU Releases Single in English

Kim Jun-su of JYU Releases Single in English

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Boy group JYJ's Kim Jun-su will release a single prior to world tour of North America, South America and Europe. He is to release the single "Uncommitted" in English on Aug. 23.

Bruce ‘Automatic’ Vanderveer, a composer at Sony Music, produced the single with Kim.

The title song is R&B, with Kim's characteristic sexy voice. An English version of Tarantallegra, the title song of Kim's first solo album, is included on the single. The composer Automatic is a competent musician who has worked with Christina Aguilera, The Wanted and Leona Lewis this year

Kim Jun-su of JYU Releases Single in English

An official at Kim's agency said, "The new single will show Kim's heretofore-unknown charm as a vocalist, compared to the first solo album, which presented his musical capability and performance. We expect a worldwide response as it is in English."

The single will first be released through music source sites and music videos in the third week of August and its offline sale will start on Aug. 23. Reservation is possible at offline shops and online sites of Kyobo Book Centre and Synnara Records starting Aug. 10.

Meanwhile, Kim Jun-su will begin his world tour in New York on Aug. 30, following his Asian tour, that is set to end in Hong Kong on Aug.26.

 

Writer: Jeon Ji-young

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