As a believer in the power of music, multi-talented Jackson Wang is a Chinese singer and dancer who aims to connect all cultures around the world with his art.
His latest single with Galantis called “Pretty Please” was released on September 4th, and has amassed 8.5 million music video views on YouTube within 5 days, and placed on major global playlists including the #1 spot on “mint” on Spotify, which has 5.5M followers. On Twitter during the release, #PrettyPlease trended #2 Worldwide, #1 in 7 markets, and trended in 15 other countries.
“100 Ways” has also amassed over 175M streams since its release this March and made history for Jackson as he became the first Chinese solo artist to break US Top 40 radio, reaching #24 on the chart.
This past year also saw Jackson's first solo album ‘MIRRORS’ last October, which debuted at #32 on the Billboard 200, becoming the highest-charting solo artist debut from China, and collectively reached #1 on Billboard's Independent Albums Chart, #2 on the Rap Album Sales Chart, #3 on the Digital Albums Chart, #4 on the Top Current Albums Chart and #4 Top Album Sales Chart, further cementing Jackson as a global superstar.
In addition to collaborating with global artists such as Major Lazer, Swae Lee, GoldLink, Gucci Mane, and now Galantis Jackson has amassed a devoted following that exceeds 58 Million fans across social platforms. Jackson has also pierced the cultural zeitgeist as the face of global brands such as Fendi, Alibaba, Adidas, Cartier, Armani Beauty, Ray-Ban, L’Oreal, Pepsi, and BMW in China, and recently launched his own Team Wang streetwear line. Universally admired by global press, Jackson has been featured extensively across Vogue, tmrw Magazine, Flaunt, ELLE, Forbes, Complex, New York Magazine, Billboard, The FADER, Buzzfeed, E!, and many more. Jackson also became the first Asian male to be featured in GQ print for its Male Beauty portfolio in October 2019.
In 2019, Jackson was busy having also teamed up with Stephanie Poetri for “I Love You 3000 II”, and again with 88rising and Joji for “Walking (feat. Swae Lee & Major Lazer)” off the Head In The Clouds II album, which reached #39 at US Top 40 Radio, proving everything Jackson touches is a hit.