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Stevie Hoang’s Cover of Tohoshinki’s Doushite Urgently Released

September 10, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

I thought of not translating this because I’m not familiar with Steve Hoang. But since my sister listens to this half-Chinese, half-Vietnamese guy, she forced me to because she finds him cute so I did it even if it’s hard. Anyway, this is a good way to practice the language. 🙂

Well then,sis, this post is for you~ for you~ for you~ for you~ for you~, girl, for you~ for you~ for you~ for you~ for you~ That was Chris Brown. LOL

Steve Hoang’s Cover of TVXQ’s Song Urgently Released

Stevie Hoangs latest image.

Stevie Hoang's latest image.

Steve Hoang who has a beautiful voice filled with tenderness, a Ne-yo-like genius sense of melody and a unique groove continues to fascinate people. Among one of his songs, fans of traditional Japanese music as well as TVXQ’s ocean of fans has caught their attention on “Make It To The End ~ Why Did I End Up Falling for You?” thus Rekochoku decided for its immediate release.

September 16 will be the release of Steve Hoang’s new album “All Night Long” along with his faithful & passionately sweet rendition of TVXQ’s “Why Did I End Up Falling for You?” It is a fact that it gave reactions to TVXQ fans and TVXQ themselves. More blogs pay more attention to TVXQ’s chorus work but Stevie fans are mainly to evaluate the voice. “Steve Hoang’s version is an approach different from TVXQ’s version. I think that it is convincing to finish hearing it first from a solo vocalist who has a good quality & attractive voice. Usually, a five-people version of TVXQ sings but from a mature world view, it would fit Hoang’s voice.  And I think it has a charm that appeals close back to the heart,” extolled by TVXQ themselves. “Make It To The End ~ Why Did I End Up Falling for You?” along with eight songs are released on September 9 by Rekochoku at Chaku-Uta® & Chaku-Uta Full ®.

Source: Barks

My sister has just let me hear his song “Addicted” and boy he does sound like Ne-yo. Totally “orgasmic” as my sister said. LOL

Now now now… I’m dying to hear Steve Hoang’s version of Doushite. *scans blogs*

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  1. James
    June 15, 2012 at 9:54 PM

    He’s half Chinese and half British. His last name sounds Vietnamese but he is NOT Vietnamese, he said so himself in a YouTube video. Get your facts straight buddy.

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