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Kim Junsu’s New English Single and MV Assisted by Big Names

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2012.07.19 14:22 CJ E&M enewsWorld Stewart Ho

Details of Kim Junsu’s upcoming English-language track have been revealed.

As previously reported , Kim Junsu will be releasing a new repackaged album with an English language single and is recording the song and music video in LA.

C-Jes Entertainment revealed additional details onthe new single on July 20, saying, “Kim Junsu is currently recording his English-language track for his world tour and will soon film the music video.”

Regarding the track, the agency shared, “The upcoming new single’s title and genre have not yet been revealed, but its composition was assisted by Sony Music’s composer Bruce “Automatic” Vanderveer who has worked with Christina Aguilera, The Wanted and Leona Lewis.”

Composer Bruce “Automatic” Vanderveer revealed his sentiments on working with Kim Junsu saying, “I was very surprised at XIA (Kim Junsu). He’s an artist who sings with his heart. I had actually originally thought the recording would take at least two days, but one day was more than enough and throughout the recording I kept finding myself making exclamations. I’m very happy to have worked [with Kim Junsu].”

Kim Junsu’s New English Single and MV Assisted by Big Names

In addition, Kim Junsu’s music video will be directed by Marc Klasfeld who recently directed the music video for the Billboard-topping We Are Young by Fun and has previously worked with Beyonce, Eminem, Jay-Z, Far East Movement and more.

Kim Junsu added, “After releasing my world-wide album and going on my world tour I gained a lot of self confidence, which I think is helping bring bigger successes. I’m very happy to work with such great people.”

The repackaged album will drop in mid-August and Kim Junsu will begin touring the Americas and Europe beginning at the end of August.

Photo credit: C-Jes


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