Taiwanese singer-songwriter Jam Hsiao recently revealed that he has recently collaborated in a new track with CNBLUE’s Jung Yong-hwa for the latter’s first Chinese EP album, “Stay in Touch”, which will be released on 22 June. This also happens to be Jung Yong-hwa’s birthday date.

As reported on Epoch Times, the singer, who spoke about the cooperation, stated that the two were unable to meet in person due to COVID-19, and only contacted each other through the phone and emails.

“I have listened to Yong-hwa ever since he was with CNBLUE, and I am very happy to be working with him this time,” he enthused. “The first time I heard the demo, I liked the melody so much. I was hooked just listening to the rhythm.”

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Jam shared that he enjoyed working with Jung Yong-hwa
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Jung Yong-hwa’s first Chinese EP album ‘Stay in Touch’ will be released on his birthday, 22 June

The same was said by the Korean singer, who admitted that he was impressed by Jam’s voice after listening to the latter’s songs.

“We’ve never collaborated before, but we just really hit it off in terms of music and ideas. When I sent him the demo version, he provided a lot of ideas that really inspired me during the process,” he said.

The upcoming track, titled “Nonsense”, will be released on 16 June.

(Photo Source: Jam Hsiao Instagram, Jung Yong-hwa Instagram)