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Jay Park in the Philippines

Korean Pop Sensation Jay Park finally arrived in the Philippines last May 03, 2012. Today the press conference for Jay Park’s album tour has commenced. As have been previously announced, Jay Park will be performing in three (3) malls consecutively from May 04 – 06, 2012 and will be guesting on local shows like “Showtime”, etc. He will be promoting his first full-length album titled, “New Breed” wherein he penned the lyrics to 80% of the songs. The album contained 15 tracks wherein he collaborated with popular artists like Dynamic Duo, Tiger JK, etc. The concept of his full-length album is to show a brand new “Jay Park”.

Before the press conference started three (3) music videos of songs from his new album was played for the enjoyment of media representatives present. The following songs were played; “Know Your Name”, “Girlfriend” and “Star”. “Know Your Name” is the lead single for his album.

The press conference started with the introduction made my VJ Chino, a popular VJ from MYX, the no. 1 music channel in the Philippines. It was then followed by Jay Park’s appearance. After that was the question and answer portion. Jay Park talked about the advantages and disadvantages of being a solo artists, he discussed the inspiration and concept of his album. He also discussed how he write lyrics. He mentioned that what he remembered the most from his previous visits in the Philippines was the warm welcome and the hospitality the Filipinos showered him with. He thanks everyone for the interest. He then said that the song he decided to dedicate to his Filipino fans is the song, “Girlfriend” because he finds Filipino girls beautiful.

Check out the photos below!

(VJ Chino starting the Press Conference)

Source: Korea.com

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