Jackson Wang, GOT7, MIRRORS

Courtesy of 88rising

2019 looks to be an ambitious year for 25-year-old rapper, Jackson Wang

A member of popular K-pop boy group GOT7, Wang has been going above and beyond his group activities under JYP Entertainment and branching out on his own. After creating his own label in China aptly called Team Wang, the idol has been busy with working on his first solo album, on top of fashion collaborations with Fendi, television appearances and more. 

Wang has also taken part in Asian Hip-Hop Collective, 88rising's latest album Head In The Clouds II and collaborated with Indonesian singer, Stephanie Poetri's newest single, "I Love You 3000 II". 

In the lead up to the drop of his solo album titled MIRRORS, Wang has revealed the tracklist and album cover via his Instagram page. 

MIRRORS will consist of eight new songs with the title track being "Bullet To The Heart", which he has released on 24 September.

His tracklist also shows that Grammy-nominated American rapper Goldlink will be featuring in his song "Bad Back". Indonesian rapper and part of the 88rising team, Rich Brian will also be featuring on the track titled "Titanic". With such strong features on his album, the hype around Wang's highly anticipated solo debut has reached fever pitch. 

Wang has also designed his own line of merchandise to go along with his album release. Items include basic streetwear pieces such as hoodies and t-shirts in black and white with his album logo and a picture of a bandaged heart. 

Following the trend of bundle sales, fans can purchase a piece of merchandise together with a digital download of his new album here

MIRRORS is set to drop 25 October and is currently available for preorder here

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