Video song set in Cuba reaches popularity on China's social networks
Beijing, Jun 12 (Prensa Latina) The video song 'Mojito,' recorded in Cuba, is reaching popularity today on China's social networks, where it obtained over 30 million views without having a 24-hour premiere.
Since its release on internet platforms on Friday, the song by popular singer Jay Chou has gone viral among his followers in the country.
The artist chose as the title of the romantic melody that of the famous Cuban drink Mojito, a mixture of rum, sugar, peppermint leaves, lemon juice and water.
In addition, he filmed the video in unmistakable places in Havana such as the malecon waterfront and streets of Old Havana, in the company of musicians from Cuba and traditional Chinese instruments such as Shamao.
'Cuba has always been the place I want to go, because there are all kinds of vintage cars in several colors, everyone knows that I have loved the vintage cars of the past, so this time I also went to Cuba for the song Mojito,' stated Jay Chou to the MV channel.
The also producer, actor and director enjoys wide recognition in his country, across Asia and among the Chinese diaspora.
He has sold over 25 million albums worldwide and in 2007 was recognized as one of the 50 Most Influential People in China by the British 'think tank' Chatham House.
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