CoCo Lee’s first U.S. album failed to make much of an impact, but the Chinese-American singer tells The Associated Press she’s optimistic she will eventually break into the lucrative American market. “It always takes time, and with the right songs, the right single and the right marketing, I think hopefully, we’ll be able to do it,” Lee said. Lee’s new album ‘Exposed’ is released internationally on Monday (March 28).
CoCo Lee is out with the music video to her new single ‘No Doubt’, featuring Blaaze, from the album ‘Exposed’, which is released on Monday (March 28). Watch it at tudou.
Reuters reports pop diva CoCo Lee got plenty of attention at a press conference during a visit to Beijing to tape an awards show for China MTV. Lee used the opportunity to speak out for the anti-piracy cause after a reporter asked if she could top the 1.5 million copies sold of her last album, only 300,000 of them in Mainland China, with 2 million this time around. “Japan!” she blurted. “Why is the Japanese market second in the world, even though their population is much less than ours in China? Because they don’t have piracy.”