Amy’s Top50 Songs of 2017
5. Chen Weilun (陈伟伦) – Happy Meeting: Wordless, A Lone Ascend Up the West Tower (相见欢·无言独上西楼)
I don’t know anything about classic Chinese poetry, so maybe this is why I find this so fascinating. The lyrics are based on the poem Moon Hook (月如钩) by Li Yu (李煜) , the last Emperor of the Tang Dynasty; mixed with a song that has a clear beginning, middle and end. Almost ready for a theatrical performance~
4. Residente featuring Duan Ya Wen – Apocalíptico
If Residente can mix Spanish and French, or Spanish and Mandarin so seamless into song, why can’t others? In this “apocalyptic” track, he talks about a world were no miracles happen, weather that has lost its control, a sand-ridden place, and oceans drowned by its own waves.
You can tell I’ve lost all faith in y’all xD
3. Jambinai featuring Park Min Hee (박민희) – Nightly Rain (담담히 적시고나)
Jambinai usually gets really great instrumentals  that mix rock with traditional elements of Korean folk music, in here, they managed to incorporate singer Park Min Hee’s voice for this gorgeous song for the Rebel: Thief Who Stole the People OST (역적 : 백성을 훔친 도적 O.S.T Part.8).
You can download the song on iTunes.