What happened to Ou De Yang?


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Del_CtrlnoAlt

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Great voice hidden behind a cartoon character. Now nearly 2 years since he revealed his mysterious real face, now another mystery. Where did he go? :dunno:
the mystery is solved, then ppl sian liao...

bo pian, girls like to fantasize on hidden characters, show them liao, all throw the cd in the dustin i think... ;p

another flunged marketing strategy... and proves again, you need a pretty face to survive in the media industry
 

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In this industry, one has to constantly write new songs. If not it becomes a come-fast, go-fast thing. Mozart was productive; Jay Chow is productive; Koda Kumi, Ayumi Hamasaki are productive. They survive.
 

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Can ask the same question also of Jocie Kok (Guo Mei Mei), after her Mice Love Rice hit and that other song (bu pa lang or something), where she gone to? :dunno:
 

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Can ask the same question also of Jocie Kok (Guo Mei Mei), after her Mice Love Rice hit and that other song (bu pa lang or something), where she gone to? :dunno:
She became "MICEBUSTER"...!
 

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Can ask the same question also of Jocie Kok (Guo Mei Mei), after her Mice Love Rice hit and that other song (bu pa lang or something), where she gone to? :dunno:
she went to china to chiong market..
apparently the fans over there are 'overly friendly' that police had to called in to control the crowd during a few recent appearances by her..
 

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one hit wonder.

same, what happened to Jewel?
 

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I think he must have regret big time for revealing him self :think:
He looks very uncle, sadly that might be the reason. Ocean Ou is targeted at teenagers and young people.

Suddenly in his 2nd CD his songs became more mature, and the last song "See You At The Concert" already dropped clues. :think:
 

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these days, such musicians are no more than a fad. they count for nothing. so who gives a **** really?
 

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