On May 8th, Taiwanese singer, songwriter, and record producer Jay Chou signed cooperation agreement with state-owned China Mobile in the field of metaverse.
On April 10, news about Jay Chou, a Taiwanese singer, songwriter, record producer, rapper, actor and television personality suing Chinese technology company NetEase for unfair competition went viral on Weibo, a Twitter-like platform.
Taiwanese singer and songwriter Jay Chou and music entertainment brand JVR Music, which he co-founded in 2007 with Vincent Fang and JR Yang, have set their sights on the music metaverse.
This week: Tencent's WeChat suspends NFT accounts, Chinese AR glasses maker Nreal raises $60 million in series C+ funding round, Taiwanese pop star Jay Chou claims someone stole his Bored Ape NFT, and more.
Taiwanese superstar Jay Chou did his first live stream on Sunday night where he obtained 20 million yuan ($2.85 million) in 30 minutes.
As popular as Jay Chou might be in Chinese communities, Mando-pop stars haven’t been able to make Chinese music go global.
Evidently, Jay Chou has been accompanying a generation of Chinese folks throughout the entire period of their teenage life.
Chinese super pop star Jay Chou’s new song managed to crash the servers of Chinese streaming platform QQ Music due to the heavy traffic it accumulated, a feat that had never occurred before.