Tagged: chris lee (li yuchun)
A list of 100 songs, 100 different artists, 100 different albums of music that’s labeled ‘Chinese.’
Chris Lee gets back together with record producer Zhang Yadong (张亚东) in the director’s seat for the title track of her 6th full-length studio album.
Set during the Manchurian rule of the Qing Dynasty, the Empire had set up an assassination squad known as the Guillotines set to kill anyone who dared to oppose the Emperor.
Fifty different artists, fifty different songs released in 2012.
With lyrics by Vincent Fang and music by Jay Chou, Chris Lee delivers the song Cold Blade (刀锋偏冷) to promote her upcoming film The Guillotines (血滴子), directed by Andrew Lau.
Chris Lee releases the music video for her third single,Hello Baby, from her latest album Old If Not Wild, directed by Vernie Yeung.
You can call it anyway you want, the truth seems to be that Chris Lee sings like only Chris Lee can. Her latest album Old If Not Wild (再不瘋狂我們就老了) is a testament to that, even more so than The Dancing Artist was.
Chris Lee gets together with director Han Yan (韩延), after their collaboration on Years Like Fire (似火年华), for the song Old If Not Wild (再不疯狂我们就老了) from the album of the same name, written and composed by Lee herself.
Years like Fire is the first single of her upcoming new album, written by rally driver and most popular blogger Han Han with a music video directed by Han Yan.
My latest post on Asian movies that should be released in Peru by local distributors is up on Cinencuentro.