Nin9 2 5ive is Joey Yung's seventh Cantonese full length studio album, released on 29th April, 2004. The theme of the album is about life in the city, which is why the album is called Nin9 2 5ive (9-5, symbolizing the average "city person's" working hours). As with Joey's last two albums, this album also includes several preludes and interludes. The maintrack and first single of the album is "Instant Breakup", and other maintracks includes the song dedicated for mother, "Only You in the World"; dancing song, "Dreamroad"; and classic love song, "Excuse Me".
From an innocent girl to the queen of Cantopop, no one can imagine what she has been through these years. But from her music, live performance and versatile images, we can see the beautiful rewards of the her hard work and persistence. She is the girl of this city, from career to romance, from desperation to the wild times, she finally and confidently, found herself in the city where her voice embellished a little.
Marketing & Media Planning: Roy 2/ Ewin Lee A&R: Leo Chan / David Chow / Kwan Lee Sum Artiste Promotion: (Radio) Michael Tsang / Larry Lau / Leung Ka Ho (TV) Raymond Ho / Sammy Fung (Press) Purple Ho Artiste Management:Mani Fok, Oscar Cheung, Ada Wong, Sandy Wai Creative & Post Production: James Lam, Carmen Wu, Hinny Ma EEG Artiste Management Division (Tel: 2835 6688)
CD Mastering: Anthony Yeung assisted by Maggie Shum at Air Studio
Art Direction: Matt (graphix red) with special thanks to Chenmiji Photography: Sam Wong Styling: Adele Leung Hair Design: Billy Choi (Hair Culture) Makeup: Ricky Lau Illustration: Scott N. Special thanks to: FENDI