Lala herself has named this song the sequel to her famous hit <失落沙洲>, and it is the theme song for a movie of the same title!
Her song 《失落沙洲》asked the question:还有谁能教我爱?
And now this song is a reply to that question which has been sung hundreds of times.
Beautiful song, welcome back Lala!
If you've been looking for some fresh,new sounds to get your hands on, this is what you've been waiting for. Victor Lau, an all-rounder singer-songwriter-producer who's worked closely with pal Terry Lee and Kimberley Chen will be releasing his new album on the 17th of April.
What makes him different is this new fusion of rock-pop in his first single <谁关了阳光>(Who closed off the light), and his versatile and unique vocals. With the resonance of David Tao, the melismatic technique of Wang Leehom and the power of Li Sheng Jie, this guy's not someone you want to miss out on hearing.
Addicted from the first listen; I have a good feeling about this guy.
Support him by liking his facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/victorlauofficial
A big welcome back to songstress Joanna wang who made a long-awaited comeback with the release of her latest album <Midnight Cinema> on the 29th of March.
Joanna has expressed her immense satisfaction with this album, as she was able to take creative control over this album without compromising her ideals. The album is a selection of personal covers with a vintage and Hollywood glam feel to it, but as Singer-Songwriter Khalil Fong points out, there is more of a rebellious side to this album than what is represented on the surface.
Knowing Joanna and the pains that she goes to to make her work not just as a singer but as an artist known, I'm really happy to see her so excited about how the creative process was all her own work, without being shot down by her record company.
Working in Finland with co-producer and arranger Pessi Levanto, the album is definitely something I'd recommend to anyone willing to listen to some great music! It's also been lauded by friends of Joanna such as Lara Veronin and Evan Yo, the latter of which notably said 'if you don't listen to this album, don't bother buying albums anymore'; and I fully second that opinion.
Joanna's been emphasisng how on previous albums she has always had to compromise in order to get her original compositions onto the album, causing her a great deal of heartache due to her need to express her creativity as an artist. Although other artists may be able to deal with the restrictions that record labels may pose on their creativity, I really admire Joanna for her strong headed opposition to this. She's a strong and opinionated person who is extremely talented, which is why I've been supporting her until this day.
I really am proud of everything she's achieved thus far, and am grateful to be able to share in her happiness. It's a fresh start for her, and I hope it heralds even more great, original music from her to come!