In 2008 Leehom released his album <Heartbeat心跳> and labelled it an album that he dedicated especially to the guitar. Since then I've been wondering when he would dedicate an album to the piano, and he finally has. Although it's not a widely marketed point of this album, it's clear that in Leehom's long-awaited 2015 album <Your love你的愛>, Leehom's supporting instrument of choice was most definitely his beloved piano.
Mainly classified by Leehom as an EDM-based album, the musical maestro has seamlessly blended this lesser-known genre in with elements of Chinese mainstream pop to create a completely different listening experience for all listeners. I believe that Leehom's signature sound is not overly apparent to fans given the long time he's spent in the industry. But it is nevertheless always present in his music. And this signature sound of his always aims for the same thing-the element of surprise.
From <The dragon's descendant> to <The 18 Martial artist> and now to <Your Love>, Leehom has been unafraid-now more so than ever before in experimenting with new sounds that will make people sit up and notice. His <Your love你的爱> album being pretty much a one-man show where he composed almost all the songs alone and wrote all the lyrics seems to have been a little too much for Leehom himself to handle, but he pulls it off well on the whole.