Maybe Hongkongers might understand what they're singing and direct to whom ...
Nope , I'm no HK , I'm SG , but I'm Cantonese and I love the way how they 吊你老母 含家柃 .
Enjoy the 含家柃 by LMF
Edited by Forty6 - 7/23/16 at 6:55am
Nice. Very dynamic and prog rock sounding. I haven't heard of Tokyo Ghoul, but the premise sounds really interesting, so I'm going to check it out.
I've always liked that song. Smooth jazz pop is like a specialty for Japan and Korea -- I just don't hear other countries do it that much. Too bad it's not trendy anymore, although there are still Japanese City Pop artists releasing new stuff. K-Pop and K-Indie dip their toes into that genre sometimes too.
So the anime version is just not worth it? This can happen sometimes, and it can go both ways.
As for jazzy and R&B ballads I prefer Indonesian singers in Asia. Yuna for example easily competes with black singers. Black people consider Yuna as their own.
Indonesian language ( of Austronesian origin) suits jazzy and fusion music very well. Also Indonesian singers are free from SWAG which makes modern black R&B unbearable.