Listen to these to get into the Chinese musical groove and get ready to rule the KTV! What do I mean by the best? The music videos are ranked by number of Youtube views from the highest to the lowest.
12 Chinese Songs That Cannot Be Missed
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For C-pop fans in their twenties, nostalgia takes a different tune. Before he started getting all glam for his stadium-packing shows? She sang this cover of Teresa Teng to commemorate her death in , and Teresa Teng herself adapted this song from Song Dynasty poetry. And starred in Chungking Express? She's pretty daringly weird for being China's most popular pop star. Originally named Gulilai Amit, A-Mei grew up in an impoverished matriarchal tribe in rural Taiwan, the seventh child of nine, and barely avoided being taken by child services. She somehow became one of Asia's biggest pop stars of the late 90's, and of the first aboriginal superstars in Taiwan. This one's no different. Early favorite of the Fulong Beach summer rock festivals.
Even Malaysia and Singapore often have more happening in them than mainland China. Typically nine out of ten songs on the top of the play list in Beijing radio are not from mainland China. Hong Kong and Taiwan pop tends to be dominated by sickenly-sweet, sentimental ballad music in Chinese. Beijing-based music critic Wang Xiaofeng told NPR that mainstream of Chinese popular musical taste has two main qualities. While the nation's tastes are diverse, Wang says, Chinese aesthetics generally value moderation and balance. At the same time, the wider soundscape of Beijing is as chaotically rich as that of any Western city: nights of experimental music, indie-rock shows soaked in hipster attitude, pop idols cavorting on HD monitors in malls, retirees singing Peking Opera in parks. Pop music was banned during the Cultural Revolution as capitalist "poison. But alternative, edgier music is so underground as to be almost invisible. Young people enjoy fashion, clubbing and gaming, but the idea that pop and rock might be an act of youthful rebellion has not taken root.