Hong Kong superstar Eason Chan ropes in Singapore's JJ Lin for new album
Published on May 15, 2014 5:32 PM
Hong Kong star Eason Chan makes his return to the Mandopop scene with a double treat for fans.
His new album rice & shine is split into two parts of five tracks each. His last album was 2011's ?.
Speaking at an Asian media conference at The Westin Beijing Chaoyang on Thursday, Chan, 39, said that he wanted to make an record that would "feel free and unfettered".
So he roped in China producing-songwriting duo Radio Mars for Rice and Singapore's JJ Lin for Shine.
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