Wang Feng – Existence

Wang Feng (汪峰) is a rock&roller in Mainland China — we’re talking a rock star in an Asian music scene where people think things are just pop. Wang Feng is mostly rock and some of those soft rock ballads. He’s pretty famous — he was one of the many faces featured in that Beijing Welcomes You [1] music video, which is kind of your best intro guide to anything that is Chinese music.

I came to learn of him — or I guess, his voice — on LiveJournal where someone gave me the chance to check out his 2009 album, Belief Flies in the Wind (信仰在空中飘扬), one of my favorite surprises that year — you can listen to it on Xiami. In fact, his song In the Spring (春天里) [translated lyrics] became a really big hit covered on different shows by a lot of different people [1] [2].

Apparently, Wang Feng released a 2-disc album entitled Life Asks for Nothing (生无所求) on November 25th. The first single from the album is Existence (存在). The song is Wang Feng’s sound and style.


YAM Magazine editor, photographer, blogger, translator and part-time web designer. Film junkie, music junkie… and lately series (a.k.a. TV) junkie.

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  1. December 14, 2016

    […] Beijing indie rock vibe, which Wang Feng uses so effectively to floor everyone so often [1][2][3]. However, the best moment comes with the next track, Hope You Have Someone to Talk to in Long […]

  2. December 14, 2016

    […] como Wang Feng utiliza tan efectivamente para llegar al sentimiento de todos tan seguido [1][2][3]. Sin embargo, el mejor momento del álbum llega con el siguiente tema, Espero que Tengas a Alguien […]

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