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Jackson Wang Debuts ‘Slow’ With Ciara at Coachella

Posted By: Christian Bonoan
Post Date: April 19, 2023

Jackson Wang broke boundaries and made history by being the first Chinese-American solo act to have a set at Coachella! The trendsetting performer made sure to make the most of his opportunity by debuting a new song, a single featuring a surprise appearance from Ciara! “Slow” is a catchy banger that seamlessly blends the style of both the collaborators.

This is a dream come true for Jackson, who grew up a big Ciara fan. He shared the following statement in a press release: “Collaborating with Ciara was like catching lightning in a bottle. Her energy, passion, and creativity elevated this track to new heights, and her unwavering commitment to excellence inspired us to create something truly magical."

Ciara also shared her excitement about the joint record: “The first time I heard the song Slow, I knew wanted to be a part of it. I loved the melodies and the catchiness of the song. Jackson’s voice and his energy are infectious, and I am excited to be part of his incredible journey!”

Catch the lyric video and some clips from their performance below!



Photo Courtesy of Jackson Wang's Instagram

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