Justin Timberlake: Can't Stop the Feeling
Can't Stop the Feeling! is a song recorded by the American singer Justin Timberlake for the movie Trolls.
贾斯汀·汀布莱克：《Can't Stop the Feeling! 》，这是一首由美国歌手贾斯汀·汀布莱克为电影《魔发精灵》演唱的歌曲。
Yoga Lin: Who in the World Will Listen to You
Who in the World Will Listen to You? is the theme song of the movie I Belonged to You, a romantic love story adapted from the Chinese best-selling internet book series, Bedtime Stories. Performed by Taiwanese singer Yoga Lin, the song is a little bit sad, trying to reflect the sorrows and joys of human life.
Xu Wei: Live a More Than Desultory Life
As one of the most shared songs on Chinese social media platform WeChat in 2016, Live a More Than Desultory Life evoked strong feelings among the generations born in the 80s and 90s.
Initially released on March 8, 2016, the name of the song became one of the buzzwords on the internet. The song tries to encourage people to open their arms to beautiful poems and distant lands, to pursue their dreams and to live a rich life.
Charlie Puth (featuring Selena Gomez): We Don't Talk Anymore
We Don't Talk Anymore is a song performed by American singer Charlie Puth, featuring Selena Gomez, from his debut studio album Nine Track Mind.
Jay Chou: Love Confession
Love Confession is a song included in Jay Chou's Bedtime Stories, the singer's 14th studio album.A brisk melody, romantic lyrics and magical music video have promoted the popularity of the song since its release. Later, a netizen made a video using 14 languages to sing the song on Sina Weibo, lifting the song to even greater popularity.
Faye Wong: Waiting for Me
I Belonged to You may not be the most successful film in 2016, but it boasts an amazing original soundtrack. Waiting for Me, the movie's ending song, was sung by Chinese Queen of Pop Faye Wong.
The lyrics, including, “I’ve been following your footsteps, trying hard to stay close to you; You’re waiting for me at the end of our path, laughing out loud with tears. I would only become your memory,” truly touching the hearts of moviegoers and music lovers.
Zhao Lei: Chengdu
Chengdu is a folk song recorded by the musician Zhao Lei. Chengdu is a city with great significance to the singer.
Before his rise to fame, Zhao visited many cities in China. In Chengdu, the relaxing city atmosphere and an unforgettable love story he heard left a deep impression on him. Therefore, he decided to write the song in memory of that time.
Ren Suxi: I Want You
As the theme song of the black comedy, Mr. Donkey, I Want You was recorded by the leading actress Ren Suxi and released on Oct 26.
Kazuhiko Kosaka: PPAP
Kazuhiko Kosaka, a middle-aged Japanese man dressed in a leopard print black and yellow jacket engulfed the internet with his song, Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP).
According to an insider, the simple melody, straightforward lyrics and humorous dance movements, combined with the earworm effect led to the popularity of PPAP.
Kazuhiko Kosaka: PPAP。身穿猎纹黑黄夹克的日本中年男子Kazuhiko Kosaka以一首Pen-Pineapple-Apple-Pen (PPAP)霸占了整个互联网。据一位知情人士透露，简单的旋律，简单的歌词和幽默的舞蹈动作，结合棉铃虫效果导致PPAP的普及。
Hebe Tien: A Little Happiness
A Little Happiness is a love song from Our Times, a 2015 Taiwanese romance film directed by Frankie Chen. As a phenomenal song in Chinese musical circles, it gained many kudos and is constantly covered by other musicians.
The song has, in turn been adapted into Cantonese, Japanese, Korean and English versions. It is worth noting that the song and the movie have been widely accepted in the Republic of Korea, marking a milestone of Chinese culture in the Korean market.