Ekin - Hong Kong Pop Song album flac
Title: Hong Kong Pop Song
Style: Ballad, Dance-pop
MP3 album: 1276 mb
FLAC album: 1320 mb
Other formats: VQF ADX MP2 RA ASF MP1 WAV
Genre: Electronic / Pop
The album reached No. 1 on the HMV Sales Chart in Hong Kong and sold beyond expectations, but soon after its release, record label Sony received an alarming notice from China announcing that the album is banned because of sexual lyrical content in the three tracks ‘So Good’, ‘Touch’, and ‘No Doubt’. Sony’s response was to release an altered version for the Mainland market with these three tracks lifted from the album. Her Mando-pop career so far has been pretty uncontroversial. Coco defends her work saying that the lyrical content is common. No Doubt’ is about a girl who loves dancing. In April 2005, CoCo Lee’s music video for the song ‘So Good’ was banned in Taiwan by her own label. CoCo expained in a radio interview: The company feels in Taiwan no singer can be that sexy so it bans it out of fear that fans may not be able to accept it.
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As I am in Hong Kong visiting family right now, I decided to take some time and shop at a place well renowned to sell heaps of merch. It's called Sino Centre (Mongkok) and if you're looking for a kpop shop in Hong Kong, I'd really recommend checking this place out. While the shops there mainly sell heaps of anime merch and Chinese translated manga, there were three kpop stores which I bought from on the first floor. I've been meaning to get this album for a long time - it was the album that got me into Monsta X. Although the title track "Rush" was incredible with a strong hip hop and EDM feel, my favourite track is definitely "Gone Bad". However, "Perfect Girl" is also very special to me as it was the first Monsta X song and video that I ever listened to/watched. Winner's "2014 S/S".
Beyond was a Hong Kong rock band formed in 1983. The band became prominent in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia, Mainland China, and Overseas Chinese communities. The band is widely considered as the most successful and influential Cantopop band from Hong Kong. In 1993, leader Wong Ka Kui, died at the age of 31 after an accident during the filming a show at Fuji Television in Tokyo. Wong Ka Kui and Tai Chi lead guitarist Joey Tang formed a temporary band called NASA band that did art rock style of music with English pop.
By Time Out Hong Kong Posted: Tuesday June 4 2019. If you're a music fan who loves checking out concerts and live music, you're in luck here because Hong Kong and neighbouring Macau draws in some of the biggest names in the music business. The super Irish pop group, who has sold over 55 million records worldwide and holds the Guinness World Record as the only band to achieve seven consecutive number one singles in the UK. Though they disbanded back in 2012, Westlife has gotten back together last year to much fan frenzy and released their first single (and instant chart-topper), Hello My Love, in eight years.
Hong Kong’s support for K-pop is so huge that the annual Mnet Asian Music Awards chose to host the show in the city for four consecutive years. Hong Kong fans’ dedication is no joke.
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- Barcode: 743214807026