Represented China at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards
In February 2017, Kris Wu represented China at the 59th Annual Grammy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles.
It was his first time attending the Grammys, but Kris got to hang out with a bunch of big-name artists and celebrities, he got the opportunity to rub shoulders with Katy Perry, Joey Bada$$, Lil Yachty, and Desiigner.
He shared his precious moment with them through his Instagram, it looked like Kris had quite the star-studded night.
Debut Album Antares
Antares is the debut studio album by Chinese singer Kris Wu. It was released through Ace Unit Culture Media on November 2nd, 2018, just four days before the Chinese megastar’s 28th birthday on November 6th.
The album consists of 14 tracks which are both English and Mandarin tracks, such as “Deserve” featuring Travis Scott, “Like That,” “Freedom” featuring Jhené Aiko, “Coupe” featuring Rich the Kid, “Tough Pill,” “Hold Me Down.” “Antares,” “November Rain,” “We Alive,” “Tian Di,” “Selfish,” and “Explore.”
The album’s name refers to the Antares star, which is known as “the heart of the scorpion” due to its placement in the Scorpio constellation.
— Kris Wu (@KrisWu) November 2, 2018
Regrettably, Kris Wu’s Antares album has been accused of using bots to boost the performance of his new album. He came under fire after his debut solo album Antares, took up the top seven spots in the US iTunes chart over the weekend, blocking Ariana Grande’s newest single, “Thank You, Next” which came out a day later in the fourth spot.
Kris Wu’s album and songs have been removed from the US iTunes Charts after accusations of boosted sales have surfaced. pic.twitter.com/NsoFkvyAUI
— Music News Facts (@musicnewsfact) November 6, 2018
After the accusations of boosted sales surfaced, iTunes removed his songs from the charts entirely.
Kris Wu with Gigi Hadid at the Paris Fashion Week 2019
Kris Wu was spotted at the Louis Vuitton 2020 Spring Collection event during the 2019 Paris Fashion Week.
He looks amazing and his outfit is so well put together he pulls off the look like a boss. Vogue magazine described his look as “a striking combination that stood out even among the season’s front row dandies.”
During the Paris Fashion Week, he was also seen with model Gigi Hadid, actor Joel Edgerton, and Louis Vuitton menswear’s artistic director Virgil Abloh.
Although he got overwhelming attention and was surrounded by A-List celebrities, Kris remained cool and was just being himself as well, blowing bubbles into the air.
Kris Wu’s Filmography
|2015||Somewhere Only We Know||Ze Yang|
|Mr. Six||Xiao Fei|
|2016||The Mermaid||Ze Yang (Cameo)|
|So Young 2: Never Gone||Cheng Zheng|
|Sweet Sixteen||Xia Mu|
|L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties||Yin Chen|
|2017||XXX: Return of Xander Cage||Harvard “Nicks” Zhou|
|Journey to the West: The Demons Strike Back||Tang Sanzang|
|Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets||Captain Neza|
|Europe Raiders||Le Qi|
|2018||L.O.R.D: Legend of Ravaging Dynasties 2||Yin Chen|
Kris Wu’s Discography
- Antares (2019)
- Bad Girl (2015)
- July (2016)
- 6 (2017)
- I Choose The Road (2017)
- Deserve (featuring Travis Scott) (2017)
- Miss You (2017)
- B.M. (2017)
- Like That (2018)
- Freedom (featuring Jhené AIko) (2018)
- Coupe (featuring Rich The Kid) (2018)
- November Rain (2018)
- Tian Di (2018)
- Say Yes (Krystal & Jessica) (Make Your Move OST) (2014)
- Time Boils The Rain (Tiny Times 3 OST) (2014)
- There is a Place (Somewhere Only We Know OST) (2014)
- Greenhouse Girl (Mr. Six OST) (2015)
- From Now On (Sweet Sixteen OST) (2016)
- Sword like a Dream (World of Sword OST) (2016)
- Good Kid (With Tan Jing) (Journey to the West: Conquering the Demons 2 OST) (2016)
- Juice (XXX: Return of Xander Cage OST) (2017)