- Jackson Wang abruptly stopped his livestream after learning that his fans were giving him virtual gift stickers paid for with real cash.
- The 29-year-old GOT7 member was promoting his “MAGIC MAN” album on TikTok Live on Sept. 6 when he noticed the stickers kept popping up on his screen.
- After fans viewing the stream explained what they were, the Hong Kong-born K-pop star immediately ended his livestream.
- The “Blue” singer went live again shortly after that, but with the gift-giving feature turned off.
- He also went live on Weibo, where he interacted with his fans while signing posters.
GOT7 member Jackson Wang quickly cut off his livestream after learning that his fans kept giving him virtual gifts paid with real money.
The 29-year-old Hong Kong-born K-pop star was promoting his new album “MAGIC MAN” on TikTok Live on Sept. 6 when his fans suddenly started flooding his livestream with virtual gifts in the form of stickers.
The best of both worlds: ‘Hannah Montana’ actor attending Jackson Wang meet-and-greet surprises fans
- GOT7 member and solo artist Jackson Wang held a fansign meet-and-greet event on Sunday in Long Beach, California, to promote his new album “MAGIC MAN.”
- Actor Jason Earls, who played Hannah Montana’s brother Jackson Stewart on the Disney Channel show, was one of the many waiting in line to meet Wang.
- Earls and his wife Katie Drysen are both K-pop fans and have previously tweeted about the group Stray Kids.
- Drysen also attended last month’s Head In The Clouds Festival, an annual music festival organized by 88rising, and watched Wang perform.
It’s the best of both worlds for K-pop and Disney fans as actor Jason Earls of “Hannah Montana” attended Jackson Wang’s meet-and-greet on Sunday.
The fan event was held at Fingerprints Music store in Long Beach, California, to promote his sophomore solo album “MAGIC MAN,” which was released on Sept. 9.
- Jackson Wang dropped his sophomore album “MAGIC MAN” on Friday along with a music video for “Blue.”
- The album has 10 tracks, including the previously released “Blow” and “Cruel.”
- Wang had a hand in co-writing several songs on the album, such as “Champagne Cool,” “Go Ghost,” “Drive It Like You Stole It” and “Come Alive,” to name a few.
- Last month, Wang performed songs from the album at 88rising’s Head In The Clouds music festival.
Soloist Jackson Wang has released his highly anticipated album “MAGIC MAN” and an accompanying new music video, “Blue.”
The GOT7 member’s sophomore album is made up of 10 tracks. “Blue,” which Wang debuted live last month during the 2022 K-pop Masterz in Manila concert, marks the third song from the album to receive a music video following “Blow” and “Cruel.” Other songs such as “Champagne Cool,” “Go Ghost,” “Drive It Like You Stole It” and “Come Alive” were co-written by Wang.
- Thai rapper MILLI digitally debuted a new collaborative track titled “Mind Games” on Friday featuring GOT7 member Jackson Wang.
- “Mind Games” is MILLI’s most recent track after “SAD AEROBIC” and “Mango Sticky Rice” which were released in May.
- The track will appear on Wang’s upcoming album “MAGIC MAN” and on 88rising’s “Head In The Clouds III.”
- Both MILLI and Wang will perform at 88rising’s Head in the Clouds festival this weekend.
Thai rapper MILLI and GOT7 member Jackson Wang dropped their new single “Mind Games” on Friday.
The 88rising labelmates debuted the track live at the Bangkok Century Cup in Thailand in July. “Mind Games” will be included in the upcoming 88rising album “Head In The Clouds III” as well as Wang’s album “MAGIC MAN,” which is scheduled for a Sept. 9 release.
- Soloist and Got7 member Jackson Wang gifted fans during the 2022 K-pop Masterz in Manila show on Friday with performances of two unreleased songs, “Drive It Like You Stole It” and “Blue,” from his upcoming “Magic Man” album, which is set to be released on Sept. 9.
- Fellow Got7 member Bambam also performed at the event alongside former 2NE1 member Sandara Park.
- In addition to the unreleased tracks, Wang also performed two other songs from the album: his pre-release “Blow” and his newest song “Cruel,” which was released last week.
- Wang will perform at 88rising’s Head in the Clouds music festival this month.
Chinese singer and producer Jackson Wang debuted unreleased songs “Drive It Like You Stole It” and “Blue” from his upcoming album “Magic Man,” which drops on Sept. 9.
Wang, fellow Got7 member Bambam and K-pop boy group Treasure performed on Friday at the 2022 K-pop Masterz in Manila show held at the Mall of Asia Arena. Former 2NE1 member Sandara Park also appeared at the event and joined Bambam on stage.
- Soloist and Got7 member Jackson Wang released his new single “Cruel” on Thursday.
- “Cruel” is the second single following “Blow” to be released in anticipation of Wang’s 10-track album “Magic Man,” which has a Sept. 9 release.
- Wang choreographed the music video for “Cruel” and participated in its movement and creative direction alongside choreographer Vinh Nguyen and director Rich Lee.
- The Chinese artist will perform at 88rising’s Head in the Clouds music festival next month.
Chinese singer and producer Jackson Wang dropped his fiery new single “Cruel” on Thursday and announced a Sept. 9 release date for his highly anticipated 10-track album “Magic Man.”
“Cruel” is the second single from the forthcoming album to be digitally dropped following “Blow” in March. Earlier this month in Thailand, Wang gave a live performance with Thai rapper Milli to debut “Mind Games,” another track on the upcoming album. “Magic Man” is produced by Wang, Daryl K and Henry Cheung.
- Jackson Wang of K-pop boy group Got7 and Thai rapper Milli debuted a new collaborative track titled “Mind Games” on Tuesday at the Bangkok Century Cup in Thailand.
- Wang and Milli surprised audiences watching the exhibition match between Liverpool and Manchester United.
- The track will appear on Wang’s upcoming album due sometime in September.
- Both Wang and Milli will perform at 88rising’s Head In The Clouds Music Festival in August.
K-pop boy group member Jackson Wang of Got7 and Thai rapper Milli debuted their new song “Mind Games” on Tuesday for an audience at the Bangkok Century Cup exhibition match between Liverpool and Manchester United.
Wang opened the track before Milli surprised the crowd and joined him on stage to thunderous cheers and applause. At the song’s conclusion, Wang announced that the track is called “Mind Games” and is indeed a collaboration between the two artists.
- Asian-focused music company 88rising announced the lineup for its upcoming Head in the Clouds music festival yesterday.
- Headlining the festival are Jackson Wang, Rich Brian and Niki.
- The festival returns to Brookside at the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California, on Aug. 20 and Aug. 21.
- 88rising is collaborating with GoldenVoice, which has helped put on Coachella, and 626 Night Market as the festival’s food curators.
- Other artists performing at the festival include Joji (DJ set Yebi Labs), Jay Park, Bibi, Chung Ha, Milli, and a joint set of Audrey Nuna and Deb Never.
The superstar-packed festival will also showcase 88rising artist Joji (DJ set Yebi Labs), Korean American rapper Jay Park, K-pop artist Chung Ha, Korean singer Bibi, Thai rapper Milli and a joint collaboration between Audrey Nuna and Deb Never, just to name a few.
GOT7 member Jackson Wang, known to speak five languages, learned one of them while dating for three years.
Appearing on the 100th episode of South Korean TV show, “Let’s Eat Dinner Together,” the Hong Kong-born K-Pop star revealed that the method in which he learned Korean was even better than text books.
The 365-day “promposal” Instagram project launched by high school senior and K-pop fan Elizabeth Zhang finally paid off when her idol Jackson Wang of GOT7 noticed her efforts and responded to her post.
Superstars and idols don’t typically pay much attention to such projects, but something miraculous happened when the 24-year-old singer and rapper of GOT7 actually dropped by in the comment section of Zhang’s post, noting that he saw the article.
“Your fav power couple takes on prom,” she captioned a set of six prom photos.
Elizabeth Zhang, high school senior and a huge K-Pop fan, is on a mission to score a prom date with her ultimate K-Pop crush: GOT7’s Jackson Wang.