“I will do my best to come back stronger,” expressed Lee Zii Jia (李梓嘉) in his newly-released music video for “Ten Thousand Emotions, In Portrait” (一万种情绪).
The 23-year-old badminton player put up a good fight and made Malaysia proud during his first ever Olympics appearance. We shared his disappointment when he lost to China’s Chen Long (谌龙). Still, his journey is far from over.
Although you may have seen Lee Zii Jia spit some dope rap versus in his previous spontaneous covers, the song “Ten Thousand Emotions, In Portrait” showcases his vocal chops and songwriting skills. In his first ever official music video, the young Malaysian talks about the roller-coaster of emotions he experienced throughout his journey up till this day.
From bitter and stressful moments to happy victories, Lee Zii Jia concludes the heartfelt tune with a promise – by assuring fellow Malaysians that he will come back stronger every time, thanks to the never-ending support from them.
The Kedah-born athlete took to his Facebook page to share:
“As a token of appreciation for the continuous support of all my fans, I would like to dedicate my first ever music video which I collaborated with OPPO Reno6 Z “Ten Thousand Emotions, in Portrait” for each and every one of you! Without your encouragement, I wouldn’t have come this far and be who I am today. Hope you enjoy this song! Psst… Just so you know, the singing portion in this MV is fully filmed by OPPO Reno6 Z!”
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