Learn Chinese (song

Song recordings produced by Jerry Duplessis

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The music video for Learn Chinese was shot in Washington DCsChinatown, using the Friendship gate as a backdrop. The video featuredWyclef Jeanand Ayeesha. The video also had a cameo appearance by rapper Yung Mac. In the video Jin plays two characters: one who looks like a mob boss; the other, a normalChinese fooddelivery employee. It starts with a man tired of delivering Chinese food who is then hit by a car. A woman then helps him up but at the same time, a mob boss is seen on his way to a restaurant. The guy notices an Asian woman getting kidnapped, the same woman who helped him up after he got hit by the car. He chases the mob boss and his crew, but is caught by the mob boss body guards. He then is confronted by the mob boss. He manages to get away and is led to akaratelesson. He gets through them and gets the Asian woman out of there. They get out of the restaurant and are confronted again with the mob boss and his crew. Knowing he is out matched, he still begins to fight them. Just before the fighting begins, the video switches to a To be continued.. screen.

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Learn Chinese contains samples fromJames Browns Blind Man Can See It; it also contains elements ofYellowmans Mr. Chin. The song has background vocals fromAyeesha.

Learn Chinese (Instrumental) (4:30)

Learn Chinese (Instrumental) (4:30)

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is the first single released fromJins debut album. The song featuresWyclef Jean, who produced and co-wrote the track. At first, the song was a buzz song. But, later, it turned into the first single for Jins debut album due to its success. This single has been said to be Jins signature song. To date the single is still Jins most successful song and single in his music career. The single was featured on an episode ofThe Andy Milonakis Show. The single went gold in China and was high at one point in the US but never achieved gold success there.

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