Junsu Releases First English Single "Uncommitted" Music Video

By Staff Writer | August 17, 2012 08:15 PM EDT

Junsu Releases English Single "Uncommitted" Music Video
Junsu Releases English Single "Uncommitted" Music Video (Photo : d)


JYJ member Junsu's first english single, Uncommitted, has been released along with the music video.

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Junsu's agency stated today, "Junsu's first english single has been released today. He has worked with many world famous staff members for this album. He has ranked number 1 on Bugs and Cyworld after its release at 12 PM today."

With his world tour coming up, he worked with Sony Music Producer Automatic to create this new song, "Uncommitted." His music video was also filmed by a world famous director, Marc Klasfeld.

His other song, "Tarantallegra" has been re-edited and added to this single as well. He has switched the lyrics to english and changed the sound for a more oriental mood.

His song "Tarantallegra," which was released in May has received much support as it ranked on the U.S. Billboard chart as well as on the Gaon chart.

Junsu's first english single will be released on Melon, Bugs, Mnet, Sori Bada and other music sites. His music video can be seen on his official youtube channel as well.


Tagged :  JYJ, Junsu, Uncommitted

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