Tagged: zhongping huang (director)
Here are five music video directors that we would love to see Bibi collaborating with~
Of course there has to be a re-issue of A-Mei’s latest album R U Watching? with an extra song titled Time of You and Me (你和我的時).
Them is the sixth single from her latest album, R U Watching?, which was released not long ago.
With her 15th studio album, A-Mei chooses to slow things down and get a little more serious.
Chris Lee’s (李宇春) fourth studio album The Dancing Artist (会跳舞的文艺青年) captures the concept of simplicity and maintains it throughout the whole album in an effective way.
A-Mei Chang’s latest album is set to be released next week. In the meantime, she releases the second single titled My Most Beloved (我最親愛的), after the release of What Time is it Already nearly two weeks ago.
After the release of her video Prologue, Chris Lee (Li Yuchun) releases the single for The Dancing Artist, directed by Taiwanese video director Zhongping Huang.
Zhou Bichang’s fifth full-length studio album i.Fish.Light.Mirror takes us through different music eras with songs that sound a bit 70s, a bit 90s pop rock and electronic ballads of the early 2000s.
Bibi’s back with Time, a full 10-track album that includes hit singles Sing Half a Song and Your Love — which was dedicated to her fans. At first listen, there isn’t anything remarkable about Time as an album, but it has its merits.