I think I’m gonna rock, I think I’m gonna roll, when the music starts, my legs start to go.

Popular Chinese singers Khalil Fong (方大同) and Leehom Wang (王力宏) have worked together to release “Flow”, which was written and composed by the both of them. The single was released on 29th July, but the music video was only released at 10am today (Thursday, 4th August).

Source: YouTube screenshot
Source: YouTube screenshot

Said to be included in Fong’s upcoming yet-to-be-named album, the catchy song sings about losing oneself in the music, as well as to forget all the troubles and just go with the flow.


The music video uses minimal colours, mostly black and white, with splashes of yellow and gold. It is inspired by the smooth and rippling movement of Chinese ink paintings, and features various beautiful painting which morphs into the most unexpected objects.

Watch it here:

Fong recently established a new production team, JTW, while Wang will be expecting his 2nd child soon. The popular singer even shared an ultrasound photo of his 2nd baby on social media on Tuesday (2nd August).

For more info, visit Khalil Fong’s official website and Facebook page.

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