News: Jackson Wang releases new single ‘Cheetah’

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Singer and performer Jackson Wang has released his latest single ‘Cheetah,’ following his exhilarating performances at this year’s Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival. The track’s lively, jazz-infused rhythm is produced by Jacob Ray (NIKI, Rich Brian, and Alison Wonderland) and MAX (Katy Perry, Taylor Swift, and The Weeknd). Listen to ‘Cheetah’ here and watch the accompanying music video, directed by Jackson Wang and Sean Lew below:

Jackson achieved a breakthrough moment during his Weekend One set at Coachella by bringing on board R&B sensation Ciara for an unexpected performance of ‘Slow’ and joining her for a performance of ‘1, 2, Step.’ The collaboration garnered high praise from Rolling Stone called it “the surprise duo we never knew we needed.” Following his performance, Jackson trended #1 on Twitter’s worldwide trends. Watch the performance footage here. 

Jackson achieved a significant milestone in his career at this year’s Coachella, making history for the second time as the very first Chinese solo artist to perform his own set. In 2022, Jackson was the first-ever Chinese solo artist to perform on the main stage as part of 88rising’s ‘Head In The Clouds Forever’ set. He will return to the stage this weekend to showcase his extraordinary talent as a live performer. For information, visit

Jackson will kick-off the North American dates for his first-ever tour as a solo act MAGIC MAN World Tour, this Wednesday, April 26th in Los Angeles at the Shrine Expo Hall. The limited six-city tour will stop in San Francisco and Chicago, then wrap up on May 11th in New York at the Barclays Center. Later this year, Jackson will embark on additional dates across South America. For more information, visit

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