JJ Lin features on Shang-Chi and The Legend of The 10 Rings soundtrack in 'Lose Control'

JJ Lin features on Shang-Chi and The Legend of The 10 Rings soundtrack in 'Lose Control'

JJ Lin has featured in the newest Marvel movie installation, Shang-Chi and The Legend of The 10 Rings' soundtrack via a catchy new track titled 'Lose Control'.

Singing in English, the mandopop singer's smooth vocals take center stage in the electropop tune.

"I just wanna dance and live my life," sings JJ Lin. "I came here to clear my mind and lose control."

The highly-anticipated record Shang-Chi and The Legend of The Ten Rings: The Album was unveiled on 3 September. It comprises 18 tracks in total and features a lineup of Asian artists from all over the world.

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Apart from JJ Lin, names such as Rich Brian, Jhené Aiko, Mark Tuan, Audrey Nuna, NIKI, Guapdad 4000, Warren Hue, keshi, and more make up the star-studded, Pan-Asian tracklist. It's also produced by 88rising, one of the biggest music companies for Asian and Asian-American music artists worldwide.

The song is not JJ Lin's first song in English – he's recently dropped an English EP titled Like You Do, which featured collaborations with Western artists such as British singer-songwriter Anne Marie, as well as American DJ Steve Aoki

Listen to 'Lose Control' here and leave a review on Hear65.

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