Voice of China music feast

A new collection of songs / auditions from the wonderful Voice of China.

With 2017 (series 4) judges Wang Feng, Na Ying, Harlem Yu and Jay Chou; plus a few songs from series 2 and 3 ...

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00:01 The Voice of China 4 Trailer (Wang Feng, Na Ying, Harlem Yu & Jay Chou)

01:38 Chen Bing (陈冰) - "盛夏光年" (Eternal Summer) [S03]

04:45 Bek (别日克) - "Volare" [S04]

08:08 Zhou Shen (周深) - "欢颜" (Your Smiling Face) [S03]

11:34 Zhang Dandan (张丹丹) - "爱是一颗幸福的子弹" (Love Is A Happy Bullet) [S03]

15:00 Lin Yan (林燕) - "别来纠缠我" (Don't Pester Me) [S04]

18:39 Zhang Xin (张新) - "Fallin'" [S02]

21:14 Zhu Ke (朱克) - "离不开你" (Can't Leave You) [S02]

24:08 Saya Chang (张惠春) - "怎么说我不爱你" (How Can You Say I Don't Love You) [S04]

27:31 Li Zhixian (李致贤) & Chyi Chin (齐秦) - "火柴天堂" (Matchstick Heaven) [S03]

29:35 Bei Bei (贝贝) - "花火" (Fireworks) [S04] *** BeijingBuzzz Top Choice

33:16 Will Jay (刘伟男) - "Lemon Tree" [S04]

37:03 Rocky Chan (陈乐基) - "月半小夜曲" (Half Moon Serenade) [S03]

40:35 Jóhannes Koo (古振邦) - "Say Something" [S04]

44:27 Abigail Garza (李安安) - "I Surrender" [S04]

48:39 Lotus Zhang (张姝) - "一起摇摆" (Let's Rock) [S04]

52:26 Zhao Han (赵晗) - "煎熬" (Torment) [S02]

55:52 Cui Tianqi (崔天琪) - "Mad World" [S02]

58:59 Li Wenhui (李文慧) - "Yellow" [S04]

1:03:04 Tan Xuanyuan (谭轩辕) - "Sill Loving You" [S04]

1:06:24 Zhang Jingyi (张婧懿) - "玫瑰" (Rose) [S03]

1:09:47 Yao Beina (姚贝娜) - "也许明天" (Maybe Tomorrow) [S02], July 2013 ###

1:13:11 Taskyn (塔斯肯) - "Dudarai" (Дударай) [S02]

### Yao Beina (aka Bella Yao), 姚贝娜, 26 September 1981 – 16 January 2015 (aged 33; breast cancer). Among much more, she sang in the CCTV Spring Festival Gala twice, and the pop version of Let It Go in the Disney film Frozen for the Mandarin Chinese dub when the film was released in China. Read more ...

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