After Tsai signed with Universal Songs, her launching single, “Coping with the World”, was released in March 1999. Hereafter success, she began creating her debut album, 1019. The cd was launched in September 1999 as well as well obtained from the media as well as the general public. It marketed greater than 400,000 duplicates in Taiwan alone. Back then, she was promoted as “Teenage Kid Killer” as well as was an immediate hit amongst teens. The album’s first single, “I Know You’re Really feeling Blue”, got to number thirty on the Hit FM Yearly Top 100 Graph.
Tsai attained general recognition after the launch of her 2nd studio album, Don’t Stop, in April 2000. She obtained positive feedback for the cd. The album offered more than 450,000 duplicates marketed in Taiwan alone, which became her best-selling album in Taiwan of her profession to this day. The album’s title track, “Don’t Stop”, reached phone numbers fourteen on the Hit FM Top 100. In May 2000, she released her first image book, Nineteen Years, with images primarily photographed in Hawaii. Later, a box established variation of guide, titled Go Hawaii, was released.
In December 2000, she launched her third studio cd, Show Your Love, which showed a modification in her picture. The cd was taken into consideration elder and comforting. It received typically positive testimonials though some doubters including Sandee Chan commented that “It was done purposefully. Having a good voice doesn’t always suggest making a great cd”. The cd sold more than 260,000 duplicates in Taiwan alone. The cd’s 2nd solitary, “Do You Still Love Me”, reached phone numbers thirty on the Hit FM Top 100. Tsai likewise won a MTV Video Songs Award for International Visitor’s Option Award.
In June 2001, she videotaped the Mandarin chinese variation of the theme song, “Where the Dream Takes You”, of the 2001 Disney science fiction film, Atlantis: The Lost Empire. Her 4th studio cd, Lucky Phone numbers, was released in July 2001. The album got mixed assess as well as sold more than 150,000 duplicates in Taiwan alone. The album’s 2nd solitary, “If You Don’t Intend to”, got to phone numbers ninety-four on the Struck FM Top 100. At the same time, her songs occupation came to a stop due to the dispute with her management firm of the moment, D Noise. Her dad sued D Sound, claiming that there were inappropriate components in her agreements as well as inadequate bookkeeping. The conflict was settled when Tsai paid NT$ 9 millions in sold off problems to D Noise.