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Line Walker: The Prelude - 使徒行者2 TVB Theme Songs Review

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Hello! 
Hope you are all excited for the approaching anniversary drama season of TVB, since it seems like many big productions (including this one) are coming out soon for the 50th anniversay!
Today we will be reviewing the theme songs for the new TVB series, Line Walker: The Prelude (LW2), which is the second installment to Line Walker, a considerably successful TVB show of 2014. We have watched 5 episodes of this new show already, and we are loving the fast-pace and contrast of characters! It seems really promising right now, so we hope they won't mess up the middle or the ending (though it seems like a habitual thing in TVB dramas). 
The main theme song is called 天網 and is sung by Pakho Chau, who recently joined The Voice Entertainment Group, after leaving Warner Music Group. It seems pretty obvious that Voice Ent. is boosting Pakho to the "yat gor" position, especially with Alfred Hui gone. It's also surprising that Pakho is playing such a big role in this series, c…

CeeJay's Pick of the Month (August) - 林奕匡 Phil Lam - 有淚多好

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Happy August to everyone!


First of all, we have been busy redesigning our blog, so we have been slow on getting posts out. We hope you all like the new look of our blog. We also would like to apologize for the advertisements that appear on the site, as they come with the picture slider we are using and we cannot get rid of them. We will be looking for alternative sliders without ads; in the meantime, we hope that they won't hinder your experience at CeeJay's. 
Secondly, we want to introduce our August Pick of the Month which is Phil Lam's 有淚多好. It's been released in iTunes and other music platforms in July, but the official music video came out on August 8th on YouTube. This is our first time introducing one of Phil's songs, but we have always enjoyed his songs since his release of 高山低谷, a hit that greatly boosted his popularity.

One of the main reasons we liked this song is because it's not the common cantopop songs about love and breakups and all that. The son…

Blogging in the Summer

Hi Everyone,


Hope summer has been going well for all!

Cee will be away for the whole summer, so it is unlikely that Cee will be able to contribute to any posts on the blog during this time. In the meantime, Jay will try to keep the blog running, but Jay will also be unavailable most of July.

Thank you for your understanding and we hope to have some new posts up in August, so be sure to check back with us later on!



-CeeJay

Poll on the side

Hey everyone!

We hope you all are ready for summer! Today we are introducing a poll for our blog regarding which CeeJay Pick of the Month songs you guys have enjoyed the most.  It's been a year since we first started these posts and we have been posting new HK or Chinese song releases each month. We want to have some feedback so we have an idea of what songs to consider featuring next time. This poll will be up until August 31st so make sure you head to the sidebar of our blog and select the songs you like! If you want to hear or re-listen to the songs, go to the "Labels" section on the sidebar and click on the "Pick of the Month" label to view all our CeeJay Pick of the Month Posts which include the youtube videos of the featured songs.


Thanks and see you next time!

-CeeJay

CeeJay's Pick of the Month (June) - 王浩信 Vincent & 譚嘉儀 Kayee - 陪著你走 (合唱版)

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It's crazy how fast time passes! It felt like yesterday when we published our first CeeJay's Pick of the Month post, but that was actually last June!

We got a few requests to feature Vincent Wong and Kayee Tam's duet rendition of Lowell Lo's 陪著你走 for June. We previously did a review on My Unfair Lady (不懂撒嬌的女人) theme songs and already talked about Kayee's version of the song which was the sub-theme for the drama. Because Vincent's character, Saving, sang this song to the Cherry, played by Natalie Tong, fans have been swooning over these romantic scenes and requesting him to release an official recording of the song.

Although, a solo version was not released by Vincent, he did collaborate with Kayee to sing a duet after the drama aired.

We think that Vincent has a pleasant voice that complements the song very well and we are glad he got to sing a good portion of the song. Kayee's part is the same as her sub-theme, which is comforting and warm. There's no …

CeeJay's Pick of the Month (May) - 鄭世豪 Hoffman Cheng - 逐格回味

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Hey!

Our last post for this month will be the Pick of the Month. This time we picked Hoffman Cheng's new song that came out a couple days ago. We've liked him since The Voice because of his powerful voice and stable vocals. He didn't have much musical development with The Voice Entertainment so now he's with Star Entertainment and seems to be getting more singles out. His hit song last year won a couple awards and he's back again with 逐格回味.

The MV was filmed in Tokyo which is a nice switch of setting. We liked how simple it was and there wasn't any guessing with complicated storylines. His voice is distinct in here and it's quite dynamic as well. The melody isn't too catchy after the first few listens though, so this is something we will have to listen to a couple more times. It's definitely his style so there won't be second-guessing on the artist but it's harder to distinguish his songs from one another.

It's definitely been harder to …

My Dearly Sinful Mind 心理追兇 Mind Hunter TVB Review

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Hello!

It has been a long while since we've posted drama reviews for TVB because to be honest, we watched a few episodes of Provocateur and Married But Available, but they just didn't keep us interested. Surprisingly, we have been pretty up to date with My Dearly Sinful Mind as we usually enjoy crime and mystery dramas. We know it's been a while since this has aired but we have been quite busy.


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Plot Overview: In this crime thriller, psychologist Chung Tai Yin (Kenneth Ma) attempts to seek the truth behind a murder case which indirectly caused his girlfriend (Roxanne Tong), Icy's death. In the case, Lo Kin Keung (Willie Wai), a campus worker is found to have killed three girls and stabbed two. Icy was Lo Kin Keung's psychologist and had previously reported that he was not aggressive. This caused an argument between Tai Yin or TY and her, causing her to get run over by a car. As TY…