Watch: Non-Chinese fans cover Ice Fantasy's romantic theme song
Chinese fantasy hit drama Ice Fantasy has a romantic theme song composed by Taiwan's king of pop music, Jay Chou, who also sings a duet with famous diva, A-Mei, for the opening scenes. The beautiful tune is so addicting to listen and sing to that two non-Chinese fans have put their singing talents to use. Take a look at their impressive renditions.
The song, "Shouldn't Be" (不該), reflects the struggles that lovers endure to find each other again.
For the original song with full English lyrics, watch this video from DramaFever:
Fan #1 PianomanSuYang speaks and sings in Chinese, and adds a fun rapping touch to his version:
PianomanSuYang has covered other Chinese songs. There is even one in three languages.
Fan #2 Laurence Larson also offers a unique take, by singing a duet with himself, for both Jay Chou and A-Mei's parts:
It turns out that Laurence Larson is a 22-year old New Zealand singer who is in China to expand his musical career as a singer and composer. He has also participated on Chinese variety show, Sing My Song.
Ice Fantasy stars Feng Shao Feng (Prince of Lan Ling) and f(x)'s Victoria Song as lovers caught in the epic battles between the Ice and Fire tribes. Singer-actor Ma Tian Yu stars as the enigmatic Prince Shi.
The fabulous fantasy drama based on a 19-year-old author's original story is on-air on DramaFever:
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