Jay Park had an autograph session with his fans for his repack album 'New Breed', held at Speedy, Sunway Pyramid on Sunday (July 15) in Malaysia. Many Jwalkerz gathered to get an autograph from the talented young singer/dancer, Jay Park. All it takes to gain an autograph pass for the event is simply by purchasing the repack album (red edition) of Jay Park's New Breed.
Organised by Universal Music Malaysia, the venue was set up with a big promo board of Jay Park's Red Edition New Breed album and also booths for the media and winners registration. While the event only kick off at 3PM, fans were in line early since 11AM. Well, they had a valid reason for that. The first 100 fans to reach the venue are eligible to join a lucky draw to win a photo pass. With the photo pass, fans entitled to meet the star face-to face and take a photo with him in the music outlet right before the fan signing takes place.
Speedy was playing Jay's showcase the whole time on the screen
Without further due, Jay Park arrived on time. He did a brief interview and had a chit-chat session with the host, Jin from Hitz.fm before heading into the CD outlet to buy some albums. Jay asked his fans whether did they attend MTV WORLD STAGE last night at Sunway Lagoon and to that he got a loud roar from the crowd. It seemed that they were extremely satisfied with his performance, belting out all 12 songs, as well as being the closing act for the MTV concert. Jay was then requested to hold a plastic toy gun and pose for the medias. After that, he bought Justin Bieber and Chris Brown's album to show his support.
Before the autograph session started, Jay took photo with the lucky fans who won the photo pass first. Fans were grouped 4 by 4 to go in the Speedy shop and meet Jay at the very back of the shop. After the photo session, Jay went out to meet his fans again and kicked start with the autograph session. Jay signed impressively fast but he greeted the fans with a word of thanks and shook hands with each and every of them.
Photo credit: Universal Music Malaysia