JYJ Announces "The Beginning"

New album from the ex-members of Asia's top selling male vocal act "TVXQ" collaborates with international music superstars on global debut

29 September 2010, International: JYJ, which includes 3 main members from arguably the biggest selling male vocal group in Asia "TVXQ" has teamed up with A-list US producers Kanye West and Rodney Jerkins for their global album debut "The Beginning". The title of the album is synonymous with their journey to date and marks a first for the group to release an English language album.

The History in Japan Special DVD is big business in Japan, despite the suspicious actions of AVEX halting all of JYJ's activities in Japan.

On the Oricon Overall DVD DAILY Ranking, it comes in at #1 for Sept 28 2010. In addition to the #1 spot, they also have another 5 DVDs in the top 10 on the charts going all the way back to their 1st Live tour DVD.

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Freedom of expression!

The next day after “The…” jacket shooting, they had recording in a studio in Korea!

It was Junsu who was the first to go into the recording booth… As soon as he arrived at the studio, he did warming up by singing loudly.

He seemed to be completely ready for this. I think he’s so cool with his charisma when he’s singing with a freedom of expression

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Jejung went drowsy…

Junsu, Jaejoong and Yoochun (JJY or JYJ) have been working hard, as usual, and finishing up their worldwide debut album.  Currently the album is schedule for release in Oct 12 2010.

The new album, titled "The Beginning", will be distributed in the U.S., all through Asia and other countries by Warner Music.  It will also be available through iTunes too!  In a recent interview, the guys still hope to promote Korean culture through the album and will try their damndest to make the album a success.

As we all know, the guys flew to California to work with well known producers like Kanye West and Rodney Jerkins on some of the tracks. They reportedly were perfectionists when it came to working to get the English portion of their music up to their liking.