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In 1951, Frankie Laine recorded "Rose, Rose, I Love You" in Hong Kong, which is an English version of the popular Chinese song Mei gui mei gui wo ai ni composed by Chen Gexin (陳歌辛), and first recorded by Yao Lee in Shanghai 1940s.Inspired by many imported pop music from the West, Hong Kong artists started to produce Hong Kong’s own pop music in English in the 1960s.
Faye Wong released the English language single Eyes on Me in Japan and later North America Teresa Carpio collaborated with the Hong Kong Philharmonic Orchestra in 2003 and performed series of concerts and released a double disk English album.
The Citybeat was formed in the 1980s and achieved brief moderate success before moving to Cantopop.
Today, pop music in English language remains popular among Hongkongers, second only to C-pop.
He left three years later to start his own company which managed and produced artists such as Louie Castro and Rowena Cortes, recording both in English and Cantonese.
Teddy Robin and his band Teddy Robin and the Playboys (biggest hits Lies and You Can't Grow Peaches on a Cherry Tree), Joe Junior with his band The Side-Effects (biggest hits Here's A Heart, Letter To Susan) and Irene Ryder were some of the successful artistes.