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Jolin Tsai

  • Sep 15, 1980 (age 40)
  • 5' 2" (1.58 m)
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2018
Ugly Beauty
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AlbumDec 26, 2018

Ugly Beauty

Ugly Beauty is the fourteenth studio album by Taiwanese singer …
Ugly Beauty is the fourteenth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on December 26, 2018, by Sony Music Taiwan. Production was done by Tsai with Razor Chiang, Starr Chen, Howe Chen, and Øzi, alongside a variety of collaborators including Rhys Fletcher, Richard Craker, Hayley Aitken, Jeff Bova, and Alex Sypes. Musically, it is a pop record which merges a series of genres such as trap, house, reggae, and gothic rock. Thematically, it tends to break through the traditional aesthetic criterion and explore the bipolarity of human feeling.
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SongJan 30, 2018

The Third Person and I
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Play World Tour
AlbumJan 30, 2018

Play World Tour

Play World Tour (Chinese: Play世界巡迴演唱會) is the seventh …
Play World Tour (Chinese: Play世界巡迴演唱會) is the seventh live album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on January 30, 2018, by Warner Music Taiwan on DVD and Blu-ray formats. Tsai embarked on the concert tour of the same name for promotion of her thirteenth studio album, Play (2014). The performances at the Taipei Arena in Taipei, Taiwan during May 22–25, 2015 were documented for video release. The recording was directed by Leo Hsu and post-production supervised by 3 Aqua Entertainment.
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2015
Jolin, Dancing Forever Concert Advance Edition: Remixes
AlbumFeb 6, 2015

Jolin, Dancing Forever Concert Advance …

Jolin, Dancing Forever Concert Advance Edition: Remixes …
Jolin, Dancing Forever Concert Advance Edition: Remixes released.
Nomination2015

Best Taiwanese Act

Nominated for MTV Europe Music Award for Best Taiwanese Act.
MTV Europe Music Award
2014
呸
AlbumNov 15, 2014

呸 released.
Play
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AlbumNov 15, 2014

Play

Play (Chinese: 呸) is the thirteenth studio album by Taiwanese …
Play (Chinese: 呸) is the thirteenth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on November 15, 2014, by Warner Music Taiwan. Tiger Chung, Starr Chen, Andrew Chen, and JJ Lin handled its production with a variety of collaborators including Cheer Chen, Alex Ni, Wyman Wong, and William Wei. It melds dancehall with bubblegum pop, breathtaking love songs with hilariously catty weirdness and euphorically catchy melodies with propulsive rhythms.
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Jolin Jeneration Collection, 2006-2009
AlbumSep 2, 2014

Jolin Jeneration Collection, 2006-2009

Jolin Jeneration Collection, 2006-2009 released.
Jolin Jeneration Collection
AlbumJan 17, 2014

Jolin Jeneration Collection

Jolin Jeneration Collection released.
2012
SongSep 14, 2012

Dr. Jolin
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Muse
AlbumSep 14, 2012

Muse

Muse is the twelfth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. …
Muse is the twelfth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on September 14, 2012, by Warner Music Taiwan. Tsai collaborated with various producers on the record, including Michael Lin, Peggy Hsu, JJ Lin, and Tanya Chua. The artistically-flavored album houses tracks influenced by the elements of art, poetry, and dance.
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Muse in Live
AlbumSep 12, 2012

Muse in Live

Muse in Live released.
SongSep 12, 2012

I
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SongSep 12, 2012

Mosaic [Live Version]
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SongSep 12, 2012

Spying on You Behind the Fence [Live Version]
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Nomination2012

Best Asian Act

Nominated for MTV Europe Music Award for Best Asian Act.
MTV Europe Music Award
2010
TAKE 2 MYSELF - Dance with Me
AlbumOct 29, 2010

TAKE 2 MYSELF - Dance with Me

TAKE 2 MYSELF - Dance with Me released.
Myself
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AlbumAug 13, 2010

Myself

Myself is the eleventh studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin …
Myself is the eleventh studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 13 August 2010, by Warner Music Taiwan. Andrew Chen, Adia, and Paula Ma handled its production with a variety of collaborators including Danielle Senior, Scott Wild, Gabriel Ssezibwa, Rene Prang, Lars Quang, Nik Quang, Jonas Saeed, and Pia Sjöberg. The album is based on the concept of party, and it was Tsai's most participated album to date.
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2009
Jolin Love & Live
AlbumOct 30, 2009

Jolin Love & Live

Jolin Love & Live released.
花蝴蝶
AlbumMar 27, 2009

花蝴蝶

花蝴蝶 released.
Butterfly
AlbumMar 27, 2009

Butterfly

Butterfly (Chinese: 花蝴蝶) is the tenth studio album by …
Butterfly (Chinese: 花蝴蝶) is the tenth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on March 27, 2009, by Warner Music Taiwan. Tsai worked on the album with various record producers, including Adia, Paul Lee, Peter Lee, and Paula Ma. The album featured several musicians including Alice Gernandt, Christian Lindberg, Billy Mann, Real Huang, Yi Jet Qi, and Albert Leung.
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2008
愛的練習語
AlbumOct 30, 2008

愛的練習語

愛的練習語 released.
Love Exercise
AlbumOct 30, 2008

Love Exercise

Love Exercise (Chinese: 愛的練習語) is the first cover album of …
Love Exercise (Chinese: 愛的練習語) is the first cover album of Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on October 31, 2008, by Gold Typhoon. It contains Tsai's covers of ten classic English songs, and it released simultaneously with her book publication under the same title to teach English learners the method of learning English words and expressions through listening to the ten songs. Tsai collaborated with various producers on the album, including Daniel Bi, Paul Lee, Paula Ma, Adia, Jim Lee, and Peter Lee. The album was scheduled to be released on March 7, 2008, but it was forced to be postponed due to the personnel change in her record label and the withdrawal from the entire Asian market of EMI in the same year.
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2007
特務J
AlbumSep 27, 2007

特務J

特務J released.
Agent J
AlbumSep 21, 2007

Agent J

Agent J (Chinese: 特務J) is the ninth studio album by …
Agent J (Chinese: 特務J) is the ninth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on September 21, 2007, by Capitol Music Taiwan. It was renamed Love Mission (Chinese: 爱情任务) in mainland China. Tsai's last studio album, Dancing Diva (2006), not only brought her to the top of the charts, but also won her the Golden Melody Best Mandarin Female Singer and Most Popular Female Singer awards. Expectations were naturally high for the new record, and Tsai was upping the ante with eleven new tracks and her first ever music movie. The album is set to be as successful as Dancing Diva, and keep her at the top of the Asian pop lists. The album has sold more than 2.5 million copies in Asia, with more than 200,000 copies sold in Taiwan alone, and became the best-selling album of the year in Taiwan. The eleventh track, "Sun Will Never Set", reached number 1 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year. The title track, "Agent J", reached number 14 on the chart. The second track, "Bravo Lover", reached number 41 on the chart. The album earned Tsai an MTV Asia Award nomination for Favorite Artist Taiwan.
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2006
Dancing Diva: Jolin Perfect Celebration
AlbumAug 28, 2006

Dancing Diva: Jolin Perfect Celebration

Dancing Diva: Jolin Perfect Celebration released.
舞孃
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AlbumMay 12, 2006

舞孃

舞孃 released.
Dancing Diva
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AlbumMay 12, 2006

Dancing Diva

Dancing Diva (Chinese: 舞孃) is the eighth studio album by …
Dancing Diva (Chinese: 舞孃) is the eighth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 12 May 2006, by Capitol Music Taiwan. Emboldened by her success, Tsai signed a recording deal with Capitol where she immediately began working on her next release in February 2006. In May 2006, Tsai debuted the title track, "Dancing Diva", at the MTV Asia Awards 2006, and sparked controversy for the dance moves of rhythmic gymnastics during performing the song. The sexually-charged album exceeded all expectations by selling more than 2.5 million copies in Asia, with more than 260,000 copies sold in Taiwan alone, and became the best-selling album of the year in Taiwan. The fourth track, "Pretence", reached number 3 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year. The title track, "Dancing Diva", reached number 14 on the chart. The third track, "A Wonder in Madrid", reached number 33 on the chart. The album earned Tsai two Golden Melody Award nominations for Best Mandarin Album and Best Mandarin Female Singer, and she finally won for Best Mandarin Female Singer and Most Popular Female Singer (popular vote).
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2005
J-game
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AlbumApr 25, 2005

J-game

J-Game is the seventh studio album by Taiwanese singer …
J-Game is the seventh studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 25 April 2005, by Sony BMG Taiwan. Brimming with hip-hop, oldschool and disco music, the album is filled with astounding tunes in different styles. The album was proved to be such a hit with audiences that it sold 1 million copies in just over a month. It has finally sold more than 2 million copies in Asia, with more than 260,000 copies in Taiwan alone, and became the best-selling album by a female artist of the year in Taiwan. The fourth track, "Sky", reached number 2 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year. The title track, "J-Game", which is an up-tempo and playful song that listeners will get addicted to, reached number 26 on the chart. The album earned Tsai an MTV Asia Award nomination for Favorite Artist Taiwan.
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2004
J9
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AlbumNov 12, 2004

J9

J9 (an abbreviation of Jolin's Night) is the second remix album by …
J9 (an abbreviation of Jolin's Night) is the second remix album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 12 November 2004, by Sony Music Taiwan. The album was in support of her debut concert tour, J1 World Tour, and contains remixes of tracks from her studio albums—Magic (2003) and Castle (2004)—and two new tracks, "Signature Gesture" and "Singleness". The opening track, "Signature Gesture", reached number 61 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year.
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城堡
AlbumFeb 27, 2004

城堡

城堡 released.
Castle
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AlbumFeb 27, 2004

Castle

Castle (Chinese: 城堡) is the sixth studio album by Taiwanese …
Castle (Chinese: 城堡) is the sixth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 27 February 2004, by Sony Music Taiwan. Following the success of her last studio album, Magic (2003), Tsai continued to secure her A-list status with the new release. Tsai again rang up huge sales with the album, which further increased her popularity in her native Taiwan as well as in other Asian countries. The album has sold more than 2 million copies in Asia, with more than 300,000 copies sold in Taiwan alone, and became the best-selling album by a female artist of the year in Taiwan. The second track, "It's Love", reached number 8 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year. The opening track, "36 Tricks of Love", reached number 78 on the chart. The album earned Tsai an MTV Asia Award nomination for Favorite Artist Taiwan. The music video of the lead single, "Pirates", earned Tsai an MTV Video Music Award Japan nomination for Best Buzz Asia.
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2003
看我72變
AlbumMar 7, 2003

看我72變

看我72變 released.
Magic
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AlbumMar 7, 2003

Magic

Magic (Chinese: 看我72變) is the fifth studio album by …
Magic (Chinese: 看我72變) is the fifth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 7 March 2003, by Sony Music Taiwan. Tsai managed to sign with Sony in February 2002, and got one of her biggest successes in her music career. A reinvention in her music and image gave Tsai what she needed to make a comeback to the music scene after being gone for almost a year. The highly anticipated album sold more than 1.5 million copies in Asia, with more than 360,000 copies sold in Taiwan alone, and became the best-selling album by a female artist of the year in Taiwan. The opening track, "Say Love You", reached number 3 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year. The title track, "Magic", reached number 24 on the chart. The fifth track, "Prague Square", reached number 65 on the chart. The album instantly restored Tsai's reputation, earned her two Golden Melody Award nominations for Best Mandarin Female Singer and Best Pop Vocal Album, and earned her an MTV Asia Award nomination for Favorite Artist Taiwan.
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2001
Lucky Number
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AlbumJul 7, 2001

Lucky Number

Lucky Number is the fourth studio album by Taiwanese singer …
Lucky Number is the fourth studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 7 July 2001, by Universal Music Taiwan. Tsai tinkered again with her style for the album, but the downturn in her fortune continued from her last album, Show Your Love (2000). In June 2001, Tsai recorded the Mandarin version of "Where the Dream Takes You", the theme song of the 2001 Disney science fiction film, Atlantis: The Lost Empire, and it was included on the pre-order edition of the album. Just after the released of the album, Tsai's music career came to a halt due to the conflict with her management company of the time, D Sound. The album did not manage to bring Tsai back to the previous popularity she enjoyed, with only more than 150,000 copies sold in Taiwan alone, and made her the nineteenth best-selling singer of the year in Taiwan. The fourth track, "If You Don't Want", reached number 94 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year.
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Award2001

MTV China

Won award for "Fall in Love with a Street".
International Viewer's Choice Award
Nomination2001

MTV China

Nominated for "Fall in Love with a Street".
International Viewer's Choice Award
2000
Show Your Love
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AlbumDec 22, 2000

Show Your Love

Show Your Love is the third studio album by Taiwanese singer …
Show Your Love is the third studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 22 December 2000, by Universal Music Taiwan. Tsai surprised many listeners with the album, which positioned her as a more mature and seductive songstress. However, not everyone liked the change of pace and the album fared poorly. The sales of the album were not as good as her previous two studio albums, with only more than 260,000 copies sold in Taiwan alone, and made her the eleventh best-selling singer of the year in Taiwan. The third track, "Do You Still Love Me", reached number 30 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year. The music video of the seventh track, "Fall in Love with a Street", won an MTV Video Music Award for International Viewer's Choice. Tsai also increased her exposure to other Asian countries with the release of the album, and made her first live performance in Japan in March 2001.
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Don't Stop
AlbumApr 1, 2000

Don't Stop

Don't Stop is the second studio album by Taiwanese singer …
Don't Stop is the second studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 26 April 2000, by Universal Music Taiwan. After the release of her debut album, 1019 (1999), Tsai's record label wanted to solidify her future in the music industry, by building on the success of the first album. Tsai erased any fears of a sophomore slump with the production of her second studio album. The album contains several hit singles that dominated the Asian charts for the better part of the year, and Tsai achieved general recognition in the whole Greater China Region. The album has sold more than 450,000 copies in Taiwan alone, made Tsai the sixth best-selling singer of the year in Taiwan, and became her best-selling album in Taiwan of her career to this date. The title track, "Don't Stop", reached number 17 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year.
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1999
1019
AlbumSep 13, 1999

1019

1019 is the debut studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. …
1019 is the debut studio album by Taiwanese singer Jolin Tsai. It was released on 10 September 1999, by Universal Music Taiwan. Tsai emerged champion at an MTV singing competition at the age of 18, and it kickstarted her singing career and paved the way to her journey in becoming a teen idol. In March 1999, Tsai signed a recording deal with Universal. After she signed with the label, Tsai's debut single, "Living with the World", was released in July 1999. The single was a big success, and led to the release of the album, which has sold more than 400,000 copies in Taiwan alone. Referred to as the "Teenage Boy Killer", Tsai became an instant hit among teenagers in Taiwan. The lead single, "I Know You're Feeling Blue", reached number 30 on the Hit FM Top 100 Singles of the Year.
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Jolin>>1019
AlbumSep 10, 1999

Jolin>>1019

Jolin>>1019 released.
1980
Jolin Tsai
BirthSeptember 1980

Jolin Tsai

Jolin Tsai was born.
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