<!– google_ad_section_start –> TAIPEI, Taiwan (AP) — Mandarin pop king Jay Chou sees himself as a chef designing the menu for his restaurant. His latest album, “Opus 12,” serves up the love ballads for which he’s known and that his fans want. But he’s trying new styles, too. “There is a continuation of the Chou-styled ballads, R&B songs,” he says, along with using styles he says he hadn’t tried before. “It’s like a chef serving up dishes for the customers. He needs to continue with what the customers like, while inserting some new ideas,” he said during an interview in Taiwan.
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Chou shows off new styles, new look for ‘Opus 12′