Tagged: jay chou (zhou jie lun)
A 2011 look at YAM Magazine from the inside.
YAM Magazine does a crash course on Mainland China singer Bibi Zhou Bichang.
Throughout the years, Jay Chou has released a string of albums that always seem to have a clash in concept, style and image. Chou, as an image consultant himself, should have realized his mistake sooner.
Jay Chou goes a little bit Honky-tonk with his beatboxing in his third single, A Sailor Afraid of Water (水手怕水), from his 11th studio album, Exclamation Mark (驚嘆號). The music video directed by him also shows a cartoony and fun look.
Jay Chou quickly releases his single for Mine Mine, composed and directed by himself, from his upcoming new album.
Jay Chou gets the video game treatment and gets to fight back in the music video for Exclamation (驚嘆號).
Understanding Only After Pain (痛了才懂) was directed by COSMOS, included in the JVR All Star The Crew Memorial Compilation (杰威爾群星The Crew紀念合輯), released on June 7th.
True Legend tells the story of general Su Can, and outstanding general whose life is turned upside down when everything is taken away from him.
So… you’re looking to get into Jay Chou after seeing The Green Hornet or what not? Maybe you’re planning to start your Mandarin lessons, and even plan into deeping your toes into some Chinese or overall Asian music? Well, what better way to get into Chinese/Asian music than starting with Jay Chou.
After the death of his father, Britt Reid meets Kato. The two bond over the fact that Mr. Reid, Sr. underestimated both of them throughout their time together. Eventually, it leads them to dress up as superheroes passing as bad guys to get to them…