Saturday, October 1, 2016

Lee Pei Ling's Fight Song: Sing! China Fight On Girl!

After going through the stages and with her Fight Song, Malaysian lass Lee Pei Ling is through to the grand final of Sing! China contest on Oct 7! (Correction: It was not Fight Song in Episode 11 that got her into  the grand final. Need to re-watch Episode 12!)

It won't be easy for her emerge as the champion of the popular Chinese singing reality show what with the strong competition she will be facing.

What I am more afraid of, though, is that the taste nowadays is for the loud and brash - who can sing, shout, scream, rap and rasp the louder, do crazy things with their voices, are often the ones favoured to go far.

Not that Lee Pei Ling is herself a laggard here, but she is a more measured singer and trying to stretch the voice just to impress does not suit her singing style.

What stands her in good stead though is that she sings with clear enunciation and a natural, genuine passion and feel and emotion for the songs she has to deal with.

What remains now is focus and the right choice of song and who knows?

Even if she does not clinch the title, Lee Pei Ling can still be proud of herself and of how far she has made it to in the contest.

May the fight be with her!

Start From 15:15 For Lee Pei Ling's Fight Song


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