JYJ’s Junsu has confirmed his solo comeback with a third album.
Today, his agency C-JeS Entertainment revealed, “Kim Junsu has decided to make his comeback this March with a third studio album. After a year and 8 months since his second album Incredible in 2013, he has announced his return and is scheduled to continue his promotions with a domestic concert and a Japanese tour after the release of this album.”
The agency further added, “Junsu is now doing his best working on the new album’s title song. There will be unprecedented transformation as this will be his solo album after a long time.”
With his first solo album Tarantallegra released in 2012, Junsu has recorded over 120,000 of album sales and became the first Korean male soloist to hold a world tour in six countries in Asia and also in New York, Mexico, Brazil, and Chile.
In the second album Incredible released the following year, he showed off songs of new genre including R&B, dance, neo soul and funky, and met 100,000 fans in seven cities across Asia including Thailand, proving his aspect as a global artist.
A spokesperson said, “The people in the music industry and public have been highly expecting Junsu’s new album as he always tries something new and displays unprecedented transformation. He will show his stage with high-quality music as well as intensified live and performances.”
Meanwhile, Kim Junsu is currently preparing for the release of his third studio album.
Photo / C-JeS Entertainment
Translation by / Judith (All About Cassiopeia)
Originally published at STARNEWS here.