Jolin Tsai leaves little to the imagination in quirky new music video 'Play'

6 November 2014 / 1 year 11 months ago

The long-awaited music video for Jolin Tsai’s (蔡依林) latest single “Play” <我呸> has finally been released.

The upbeat electropop track, which is the title single for Jolin’s upcoming studio album Play, has become a hot topic online, attracting nearly four million views in two days.

In one particular scene, Jolin also went nude, but the sensitive areas were censored in post-production, reports Jayne Stars.

Jolin joked, “That shouldn’t happen!”

On November 3, Jolin held a premiere event for the music video at the National Museum of History in Taipei, where a part of the music video was also filmed.

Jolin transformed into a news broadcaster and introduced her music video in Taiwanese, “Welcome to the 6 o’clock ‘Play’ news!”

In this comeback, Jolin opted for a strange, quirky image to greet her fans.

The music video, which was filmed in the style of a console game, took 9 million NTD to make.

There were five different elaborate film sets and Jolin had over a dozen bizarre costumes and image changes.

The witty lyrics of “Play” are about having a carefree attitude. In one particular scene, Jolin flashed her nude body at reporters.

The sensitive areas were eventually censored in post-production, but Jolin joked that the editors should not have pixelated the nudity.

Jolin’s album Play will drop on November 15.

Check out the video below.

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