Charlene Choi’s New Cantonese Album, “Blooming”

Hit songs from Charlene Choi’s (蔡卓妍) new Cantonese album, Blooming, which was released on June 20, have been heating up airwaves. The title of the album was chosen to celebrate Charlene entering her thirties. Charlene said, “At this age, I’m at the most beautiful stage of womanhood and starting to have more femininity.  So it was most appropriate to use the Blooming theme.”

Charlene sports different sides of her femininity in the music videos for her new song. In “Tender Loving Care” <憐香惜玉>, Charlene is even subjected to light bondage, showcasing her subservient approach in love.  The music video for “Tender Loving Care”, which is helmed by rising director, Heiward Mak (麥曦茵). The boyfriend, who is dressed wholly in black, looks more like the demon than the tender loving boyfriend depicted in the song. Wearing five-inch heels, she struggled to keep her balance while being pulled by the rope. Eventually, her servility touched her boyfriend who then treated her to doses of tender loving care.

When asked about her feelings in being tied up, Charlene laughed and said, “It’s okay although it looks tough, or perhaps it’s because my acting is good.” She expressed that she would not mind being bonded for a longer period of time as that means she can enjoy the luxury of being fed as her hands were tied up.

Following that, Charlene changed into a sexy singlet for her next music video for “Mist” <薄霧>, another track in her Blooming album. Lying in bed, she continuously modeled different sexy and sultry poses, in rhythm with the music. Everyone present, including director Heward,  was full of praises towards Charlene’s sex appeal. However, with a straight face, Charlene said, “Really sexy? The only thing in my mind is Sheila Chan (陳淑蘭) singing “Canary” <金絲雀> in All’s Well, Ends Well <家有囍事>.”

“Tender Loving Care” <憐香惜玉> MV

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“Mist” <薄霧> MV

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“Living” <活著>MV

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“Miss” <錯過> MV

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“Intelligent Idiot” <聰明笨伯>- Audio Only

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  1. A very worthy album to purchase if you enjoyed Cpop. I enjoyed her plug songs a lot especially ‘Tender Loving Care’. The momentum built up in the song is amazing. Overall, I thought it was a solid album. I notice many hk artists supporting this album too.

    1. Aging would sound better and what makes it worthy a purchase this hot summer, rather purchase lolipops to chill.

  2. she still seems like a kid to me
    if you watch her interviews, her mannerisms and way of speech are still so childlike. which is weird, considering the fact that nothing matures a person faster than the entertainment industry and she’s been in the biz for over a decade

    1. both of them are actually not just her. the other one sounds even more naive. that’s probably their signature move?…

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