In C-Pop entertainment news this week: A-mei Zhang celebrated 20 years and Patrick Brasca released his new MV "Who's The Enemy."
A-mei Zhang Celebrated 20 Years
A-mei Zhang opens her "Utopia World Tour 2.0" on December 16 in Shanghai. A-mei and her company spent $40 million dollars on the concert's staging and special effects to create a 'Utopia' for her fans. A-mei will perform songs from her upcoming album AMIT2 which is due for release next year. This concert also marks her 20 years in the music industry.
December 13 marks exaclty 20 years since A-mei's debut. The singer has also released an updated version of her classic hit “Sisters” as “Sisters 2016 (Parallel Universe version)."
A-Mei invited Golden Melody Award producer Xiao An and manager Chen Zhenchuan to write the script for the end of the song. Her manager Chen zhenchuan said, 70 per cent of the upcoming album AMIT2 is completed. The production has stopped because she needs to focus on her December concert. Production for the new album will resume in January 2017.
A-mei was the first Asian Singer to be interviewed on an American TV program and also the first Asian singer to appear on the cover of TIME magazine. Her album sales in Taiwan exceeded 10 million and reached 50 million globally.
Patrick Brasca's new MV "Who's The Enemy"
Patrick Brasca just released his new MV "Who's The Enemy," which is the Guardians of the Night official theme song.
The Justin Bieber look-alike learned African drums when he was just three years old and learned the acoustic guitar when he was nine. At the age of 11, he had already set his hopes on becoming a singer. At the age of 13, while taking part in a variety show hosted by Harlem Yu, Brasca met Jay Chou, who signed him to his record company JVR Music. On October 29, 2015 he released the single "Can't Lose You Now" with an accompanying music video. Patrick followed up this release with "My Time" and "I Like You."
Check out his new MV "Who's The Enemy"
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