JYJ Kim Junsu’s first official album, titled Xia, started taking pre-orders, only to have servers crash immediately, earning a hot response.
On May 4, pre-orders for Kim Junsu’s first official album, Xia, started on both online and offline stores, revealing the album images and track list. With the sudden, overwhelming response, the online music market site, Synnara experienced a server crash, shortly after the pre-orders began.
Through C-JES Entertainment, the album distributor employee told enews, “On May 4 , the music website for pre-orders crashed soon after the process began at 10am. Right now, we’re trying to restore the site,” acknowledging the interest fans have in Xia.
With participation from US’ famous choreographer, Jeri Slaughter, as well as other great professionals, Xia is bringing in much anticipation with a total of twelve songs, most of which Kim Junsu self-composed, exhibiting his abilities as a singer songwriter.
Also, the album displays a fantastical feeling, with Kim Junsu’s vocal talents in melody and rhythm, being able to show a wide range of emotions and voices. Especially with the title song, Tarantallegra as the focus, the album varies many genres from dance, r&B, ballad, and hip-hop ballad.
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