[NEWS] 120819 JYJ Junsu’s “Uncommitted” MV ranks 1st on China’s YinYueTai Chart

JYJ Junsu‘s first English single has been gaining massive popularity since its release.

On August 17th, Junsu’s urban, R&B track “Uncommitted” was revealed, and since then, the singer has been receiving much love and support on music portal sites and YouTube.

On China’s version of YouTube, YinYueTai, Junsu beat out Super Junior and Psy, placing first with his “Uncommitted” music video with over 3.28 million views.

C-JeS Entertainment said, “It is hard to access YouTube in China, so YinYueTai Chart is the most reliable way to see which music videos are trending. Also, “Tarantallegra” is ranked 7th even though three months have passed since its release so we can truly feel Junsu’s popularity.”

The JYJ member reached massive success as a solo singer with the release of his first solo album in May and became an international star by ranking on music charts in America, Germany, Chile, and China. His single ‘Uncommitted’ has also proven to be a success by ranking first on Korean music charts and on Japan’s iTunes.

He’s currently preparing for a world tour starting in New York on August 30th, after which he will continue onto other venues in North America, South America, and Europe.

Junsu’s success is even more impressive because he achieved this success despite not promoting on radio or television broadcasts.

His single is available through music portal sites and will be available offline starting from August 23rd.

Source: Sports Chosun via Nate + YinYueTai Chart
Credits: Allkpop
Shared by: DBSKnights + eternally5

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