This week’s Music Monday includes HIT-5 in a sleepless city, Lu Hu being lazy on a rainy day, Li Wei enjoying his life, Wu Yi reluctant to forget something, Chae Yeon singing a sad song in Chinese, Ah Si eating fried chicken, Qi Ya stalking people on campus for her MV, Sun Jian and Li Daimo being depressed, and a song about legend of a mermaid.
Music Monday is back!! *applause* But it’s going to be a short one, because I didn’t have time to look up each song’s background info like I used to, hope you guys don’t mind.
This week we have Hu Xia trying to confess his feeling to a friend, Chen Xiang getting slapped by the girl he loves, Sun Jian waiting for his princess to arrive, sensitive Li Daimo going crazy from loneliness, Zhang Yixiao getting jealousy and envious and hateful, Yang Jin describing her love as a lemon tree, Xian Zi realizing her mistake, Yan Dong is a weird but confident homebody, and girl group Lunar making a confession.
Lets start with the song that’s been making headlines due to Super Boy.
Zuo Yi performed Song Dongye‘s “Miss Dong” for his audition, turning the underground song into a mainstream hit. Listen to the original artist performing the song on TTXS. Continue reading →
Although a lot of singers are of Yi ethnicity (He Jie, Zhang Liyin, MIC’s Xiaoxin), interestingly enough, the ethnicity that favors tanned beauties haven’t had a famous artist who’s not fair-skinned until The Voice 3rd place Jieke Junyi.
Because I’ve been quite busy this past year, I haven’t been able to pay attention to the music phenomenon of the year – The Voice of China. A number of the show’s artists did release MV’s recently, though, and I liked quite a number of them. Here’s a compilation of the ones I found.
Jieke Junyi’s Colorful Black MV is probably my favorite, although both the lyrics and the MV could be more consistent. Continue reading →