Cai Xukun, professionally known as Kun, is a Chinese singer, dancer, rapper and songwriter. He was the leader and center of former temporary Chinese boy group Nine Percent. In July 2018, Kun established a personal studio to manage his musical activities. A month later, on August 2, Kun released his first EP titled 1 in China. The EP was a commercial success with every song topping Chinese music charts. "Pull Up", the first track, broke 7 records on YinYueTai. Additionally, it broke 10 records and peaked at number 1 on four music charts of QQ Music. On January 10, 2019, Kun was officially named China's and Jamaica's Goodwill Ambassador and Outstanding Young Leader by the Jamaican Embassy in Shanghai, China. On February 18, 2019, Kun released his first Chinese single "No Exception". Two weeks later, Kun announced his first solo tour, "Kun One North America/U.K. Tour 2019", coming in early April 2019.
|Born:||August 02, 1998, Huaihua, Hunan, China|
|Other names:||KUN, Kunkun, August|
|Occupation:||Actor, Singer, Composer, Songwriter, Model, Rapper, DJ, Host|
|Instagram:||Cai Xukun's Instagram profile|
|IMDb:||Cai Xukun's IMDb|
About Cai Xukun
Pop music singer-songwriter who rose to fame after competing on two seasons of the Chinese reality program Super Idol. He went on to become a member of the group Swin-S. In 2018, he joined the reality competition show Idol Producer and subsequently formed the group Nine Percent.
He attended Grace Brethren High School where he played basketball.
In 2012, he made an appearance on the television program Fairy Tale.
He is from China.
He and fellow pop music performer Lu Han were both born in China.
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