Jackie Chan’s K-pop group releases debut single, video

Wednesday, March 26th, 2014. Filed under: Entertainment Hollywood Stars International Stars Music Online Videos
Hong Kong action hero and now artist manager Jackie Chan ©AFP /Shaun Curry

Hong Kong action hero and now artist manager Jackie Chan
©AFP /Shaun Curry

(Relaxnews) – K-pop boy band JJCC (pronounced “Double JC”), which is managed by none other than action film star Jackie Chan, has revealed its debut track, “At First,” along with a video spotlighting four of the group’s members.

It was reported in The Guardian and elsewhere earlier this month that the musician and martial artist had taken on artist management by forming the quintet, which is said to comprise four Korean members — former models SimBa and E.co, “MasterChef Korea” candidate EDDY, and San-Cheong — and Chinese-Australian Prince Mak, all in their early 20s.

The new video, signaled by Billboard, shows all members except Prince Mak, who, according to reports, may have had an injury that preventing him from taking part in filming.

In addition to his film work, Jackie Chan has his own successful singing career in Asia, having recorded 20 albums and sung the theme songs for some of his films.

“At First”: www.youtube.com/watch?v=Jc9OCvnJ93A


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