Before the film hit theaters, the single for the movie also titled "BANDAGE" as well as the album "Olympos" were released under the band name LANDS, in which he played the lead vocalist in the movie. In July, he left KAT-TUN and announced his solo career. The next release "Sun Burns Down" also became #1 on the i Tunes Dance Album chart and made a #1 debut on Billboard magazine's "HOT SINGLE SALES" and "HOT DANCE SINGLE" charts.
Both single and album debuted at #1 on the Oricon chart. The "Yellow Gold Tour 3010" kicked off in November, hitting five cities including Chicago, San Francisco, Houston, Los Angeles and New York. The "Yellow Gold Tour 3011" came to Japan in January, 2011 hitting Saitama Super Arena, Osaka-Jo Hall, Nippon Budokan and Kobe World Hall. debut, collaborating with top selling recording artist Jason Derulo on "TEST DRIVE". On December 28, his second Japanese single "Seasons" was released.
Her third album Almost Seventeen (2002) saw a great leap in popularity for Crystal Kay, reaching number two on Oricon's albums chart.
In 2005, Cyrystal Kay sung the eponymous theme song for the Tsuyoshi Kusanagi drama Koi ni Ochitara: Boku no Seikō no Himitsu.
All three releases reached #1 on the Oricon weekly ranking. In January 2010, his first Japanese feature film "BANDAGE" was released. The song was also released in Japan on a mini-album on December 7th.
Crystal Kay Williams (born February 26, 1986 in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, Japan), simply known as Crystal Kay, is a Japanese singer, songwriter, radio host and actress of Korean and African-American descent. After releasing her debut single "Eternal Memories" (1999) in 2011.
As of July 2009, Crystal Kay has released ten albums.
At the fashion event of Tokyo Girls Collection on September 5, 2009.
Jin appeared as a special guest to promote his new movie, Bandage.
He was also present at the Sendai concert soon after where he performed Real Face during the encore.