Apparently the only thing “Uncommitted” about JYJ’s Junsu is the time he spends with the ladies in his latest MV. Flexing his vocal and linguistic skills, this English single plays out like a chill dance ballad as the MV showcases the duality of Junsu’s image. Adaptable and jam worthy, Junsu, your versatility is showing.
Remember how Aziatix member Flowsik worked alongside Junsu for “Tarantallegra?” Though the pounding deepness of his voice fit perfectly against the backdrop of Junsu’s electric vocals, this track needs no accompaniment. Instead of weighing down this latest release with the repetitiveness of a line like, “What music would you listen to,” Junsu’s handles “Uncommitted” with professional ease on his own. A-list collaborator Bruce “Automatic” Vanderveer, who has worked with The Wanted andChristina Aguilera, praised Junsu as one of the best vocalists he has ever worked with. Coming from your English single’s songwriter, that’s gotta feel good. Right, Junsu?
Headed by renowned director Marc Klasfeld and C-JeS Entertainment’s Ray Yeom who provided his input as creative director, the two worked towards filming a “dreamlike” style in Los Angeles California, and explored the delicate aspects of the male and female psyche. Using two dichotic images of the famed idol in separate lighting, duds and hair, Junsu tries to validate his commitment when faced with a traditional noncommittal nature. Should we believe this player? Watch the video below and you decide.
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