Leading the music charts during the week from May 22 to 29 were Hu Xia (胡夏) and A-do (阿杜).
Hu Xian was born in China’s Guangxi province and stepped into the music industry after he won first place in Taiwan’s famous One Million Star (超級星光大道) competition in 2010.
Singaporean singer A-do, nee Do Cheng Yi (杜成義), was a construction foreman before he was spotted by Singaporean producer Billy Koh in his company’s talent search. He released his first album in 2002.
Scroll down to enjoy A-do’s hoarse voice in his music video.
Here are the top five songs in China:
1. Sad Fairy Tale (伤心童话) by Hu Xia
2. Beast (野兽) by Ding Dang (丁当)
3. Awakening (醒了) by Bai Jing (白婧)
4. Finally (好不容易) by Jane Zhang (张靓颖)
5. Small Refrain (小副歌) by Wang Lin (王麟) and Brin Chu (楚博仁)
During the same week, the top five songs in Taiwan and Hong Kong are:
1. Valentine’s Day by A-do
2. Dearest You (最親愛的你) by Christine Fan (范瑋琪)
3. Baba’s Words (爸爸的话) by Kenny Bee (钟镇涛)
4. Sha La La by Jamaster A (杨振龙), Benylan and MC Davi (茶米)
5. Chinese Rhythm Shakes The World (中国节拍 震动世界) by Jacky Cheung (张学友)