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Jay Fung

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Voice Navigation
Jay Fung
Finding Buckingham
Jay Fung
Full Moon Party
Jay Fung
Shan Ka Lar
Jay Fung
Eskimo Kiss
Jay Fung
Platinum Soulmate (Duet Version)
Jay Fung; Feanna Wong
Total Playing Time    24:39
Jay Fung takes a Detour in search of more possibilities in his new album! Along with his new song "Eskimo Kiss," Detour gathers the singer-songwriter's five hit singles of 2019 including "Voice Navigation," "Shan Ka Lar", "Full Moon Party", "Finding Buckingham" and the duet "Platinum Soulmate" with Feanna Wong. Jay collaborates with famous producers and lyricists like Wyman Wong, Ivana Wong, Randy Chow and Chan Wing Him in in his first album in almost four years. "I put in everything I had to making this EP. I tried to sing my heart out on every single track, and of course each track was met with different obstacles ranging from trying to dig deep within my emotions, to working on my chinese pronunciation, and of course challenging my vocal range." - Jay Fung
48 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Media Asia Music Limited Studio Masters

Tracks 1, 3-5 – 44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM

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