Diana Wang’s Album Poem a Hit

Dutch recording artist Diana Wang recently released album Poem under new label Fu Music founded with Hong Kong hitmaker Kahlil Fong. Poem is an R&B Mandopop effort. It is currently the top Chinese language album at iTunes Taiwan. We have embedded the MV (currently at 2.6 million views) for the title track below. Watch for the appearance of a ring of fire in the desert!


Kiesza Welcomed by the Bakermat

Dutch DJ/producer Bakermat is best known for 2013’s “One Day” a huge hit across Europe. The track featured audio clips of speeches by U.S. activist Martin Luther King Jr. Bakermat dabbles in dance pop with his new single “Don’t Want You Back” which features Canadian singer Kiesza. The latter scored a #1 hit in the UK, Netherlands, and Belgium with “Hideaway”. The new track has quite a nice music video. We embed it below.

The Netherlands and France Make a Heartbeat


A famous sculptor, France’s Richard Orlinski has stepped into music with a little help from Dutch singer Eva Simons. The result of the collaboration is delicious EDM track “Heartbeat”, and it has topped the charts in France. Simons previously made a splash in Europe with her song “Policeman”. She is a fabulous singer as you can hear from the “Heartbeat” MV below.

Diana Wang Takes Us Home

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Diana Wang is a Dutch recording artist, born and raised in The Netherlands (Gorinchem). When she was 19, she travelled to the Republic of China and got involved in the entertainment industry. She struck a deal with Warner Music and released Mandarin language album Love Lesson which included tracks written by Hong Kong based hit-maker Khalil Fong. Apparently, with a lack of consensus over her musical direction, Diana and Warner parted ways on good terms. After dabbling in acting, Diana Wang is returning to music as an independent artist and has dropped a fabulous song entitled “Home”. Performed in English, we feel it is in a style more suited to her R&B inflected vocal talents than her previous work and incorporates one of the year’s catchiest melodies. Check out the music video below which is at this writing up to 150,000 views in just over a week and shimmying up the China V chart.