Mirror’s Anson Lo releases Megahit remix with English rap lyrics

Anson Lo has released a remix of his hit song Megahit, called Megahit Megamix. (Screen capture: YouTube)

Following the success of his last song Megahit, Anson Lo from boy group Cantopop Mirror has just released a remix version called Megahit Megamix.

The remix includes a whole new set of rap lyrics – in English, no less – written by the singer himself.

Here is part of the lyrics:

I see you, touch you, met you
I wanna know you, feel you, get clues
I think about you like all the time
We’ll shoot, stir like in no time
This is the feeling that we have
This is the song that we vibrate
Participation is the framework
No one knows us here while we relax

As the song Megahit carries the message about how people can overcome their differences in relationships through communication, Lo said in his Instagram story on Wednesday December 1 that he wrote the English rap lyrics in response to Megahit. focusing on communication in romantic relationships. .

Anson Lo had written the English rap lyrics in response to Megahit focusing on communication in romantic relationships.  (Photo: Instagram / ansonlht)

Anson Lo had written the English rap lyrics in response to Megahit focusing on communication in romantic relationships. (Photo: Instagram / ansonlht)

“It describes the feelings of wooing the other side and convincing the other side,” he explained. “I hope everyone likes this new interpretation.”

While there is currently no music video for Megahit Megamix, Lo shared a 16-second concept video for the remix on his Instagram. The teaser features Lo in a simple monochrome, paired with Megahit’s earworm phrase “oh-uh oh-uh oh-uh”.

Fans found the remix song refreshing special, and I love it when Lo sing in english. Others were impressed with his self-written english rap lyrics, which apparently emit masculinity.

Megahit Megamix marks the second time that Lo has written the lyrics to his own songs. The first was his second solo single Burnout, released in August 2020.

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