01. Deep Into Your Soul
02. 慢慢 Slowly
03. 呼吸 Breathing
04. 啵啦 Feat. 呂士軒 Kiss It Feat. Trout Fresh
05. 天菜 The Hot One
06. You’ll Never Know
07. 粗神經 Careless
08. 別問很可怕 Don’t Ask
09. 星際牛仔 Space Cowboy
10. 早上PAPAPA Starr Chen feat. J. Sheon
11. 平行宇宙 Multiverse
Review by: CP
Interview source (Everylittled.thenewslen)
J. Sheon is a relatively new name in the mainstream Mandopop music scene. Some may even call him a bit of a late bloomer, as the 31-year-old released his debut album “J.Sheon” earlier this year. Many may not be aware, but before signing with Sony Music Taiwan, he already garnered plenty of attention with his professional sounding covers online. One of his more popular covers is a Chinese rendition of Charlie Puth’s “See you again”, which accumulated over one million views on Youtube and other video-sharing platforms.
Naturally, before the release of the official release of this album, there was already a lot of hype around his music due to his collaborations with other high profile artists in the Taiwan hip-hop scene, which includes Starr Chen, Kenzy, and MJ116 to name a few. As a matter of fact, the early results of this album have been promising, with “Don’t Ask”, “Kiss It”, “You’ll never know” garnering close to nine million views on Youtube; with many touting J.Sheon as one of the few Taiwanese artists with potential to breakthrough into the international market.
01. 给我乖 Drip
02. 她是誰 Who’s That Girl
03. 糖果 Candy
Review by: CP
Over the past several years, there has been a new wave of K-pop artists making their way into the realm of C-pop music. This includes the likes of Luhan, Tao, Victoria Song and Kris Wu to name a few. In addition to that, one of the latest female acts to crossover includes Jia, a former member of the JYP’s Korean girl group, Miss A.
As Jia’s contract with JYP Entertainment expired in 2016, she decided to take her talents to the world of C-pop in attempts to tap into the Chinese music market. She signed with Banana Culture Music, to begin her activities as a solo artist. The former Rapper and vocalist of Miss A have also redefined herself by going with a modified name in “Meng Jia”. This coincidentally ties back to the title of this solo debut EP album, called “孟佳JIA 首張同名EP” which directly translates to “Jia’s Debut EP album”.
Originally, from Loudi, Hunan, China, this is Meng Jia’s first time releasing a music album in Mandarin, her mother tongue. Overall, “Jia’s Debut Ep” is very straightforward and simple, with filled with tunes with vibes that are easy to catch. It entails three upbeat songs with sounds familiar to the listeners of K-pop and Western American pop music.