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Orange Experiments With Hanahaki Disease in “Em Hat Ai Nghe”

On August 18, Vietnamese singer Orange unveiled her newest music video, called “Em Hat Ai Nghe”.

After her previous successful return with song “Khi Em Lon” (“When I grow up”), Orange has just released another music piece, titled “Em Hat Ai Nghe” (“I Sing Who Listen”).

Photo via Facebook Orange Official.

As known, “Em Hat Ai Nghe” is said to be written by young composer Trung I.U. A ballad, the number was inspired by Hanahaki Disease. With its creative sound and music video, the track is gaining much compliments from viewers.

Hanahaki is a fictional disease in which the victims cough up flower petals when they suffer from one-sided love. It ends when either the other party returns their feeling with romantic love, or when the victim dies. It can be cured through surgical removal, but when the infection is removed, the victim’s romantic feelings for their love will also disappear.

Check out the song “Em Hat Ai Nghe” below:

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