If you thought a concert was the only thing you’re spending money on, Jay Chou is here to prove you wrong.
The Taiwanese singer just hinted at a new album coming up on his Instagram. Yes, an album, not just a single.
First Album Since 2016
On 3 May, he posted a photo of filming equipment in front of a piano. It seems like it was taken while filming for a music video.
He captioned the post: “If I were to tell you guyz that I will be releasing my upcoming new album in June/July, would you guyz not believe it again?”
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In response to his caption, many netizens jokingly commented that he didn’t specify which year the album will be released. Maybe he means the June/July of 2030?
Seems like his fans have a valid reason for not fully trusting the Mandopop king, as his last album, Jay Chou’s Bedtime Stories, was released in 2016.
This means it has been six years without a new album, though he did release five singles since then.
He previously said in August 2021 that he had completed recording and filming the music videos for two songs, but didn’t know if he should release them first or wait to release a full album.
Carnival World Tour in Singapore on 17, 18 December
Chou has certainly been keeping busy, as he now has a tour and an album on the way.
Lest you forgot, the Taiwanese superstar will bring his Carnival World Tour to Singapore on 17 and 18 December 2022 at the National Stadium.
This tour celebrates Chou’s more than 20 years of achievement in the music industry. He released his debut album Jay in 2000.
I hope you have your credit card information already saved on your devices so that you’re all ready to book tickets when sales open today.
Singapore priority ticket sales open on 5 May at 10am, via ticketing platform Tiketek Singapore.
You’re required to sign up for an account here before being able to purchase tickets.
Tickets are priced from $218, with the prices steadily increasing to $268, $308, $348, and $388. These prices are excluding the $4 booking fee.
Additionally, all OCBC card members enjoy priority booking from 5 to 7 May.
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