The fight against Covid-19 has become a global battle. In the face of tragedy, patients in Wuhan danced to folk songs, Italian neighbourhoods sang together even in isolation, Barcelona pianist Alberto Gestoso went viral after dragging his keyboard to the balcony to play My Heart Will Go On to onlookers … it looks like the healing power of music is universal. To help prove it, we’ve put together six music videos from China calling for love and support amid the global pandemic. We hope the melodies will bring you comfort and hope. Coronavirus home concerts: who gave the best Instagram live stream? Stay With You, by JJ Lin and Stefanie Sun Singaporean pop stars JJ Lin and Stephanie Sun were among the first musicians to support the situation with music. Specifically, their new song Stay With You was dedicated to the medical staff fighting the virus on the front lines. Released on January 28, the music video has now gained more than 1.4 million views on YouTube and more than 2 million likes on Chinese social media platform Weibo. The prime minister of Singapore, Lee Hsien Loong, reposted this video on his Facebook, thanking the singers “for using your musical gifts to lift our spirits, and remind us to unite and get through this together”. Angels (平凡天使), by G.E.M. Inspired by an anonymous Chinese resident who donated 500 masks to their local police station, Hong Kong singer G.E.M. wrote this song to pay tribute to the heroes around us – such as the Wuhan girl who voluntarily made 800 meals per day for nearby hospitals, the mother and daughter who delivered sanitisers to railway station staff and citizens who distributed free masks at airports. The video that celebrates “ordinary angels” has generated more than 4 million views on YouTube. It is a great reminder that every one of us can help with the situation, which delivers a powerful and hopeful message at such moments. Why BTS and other K-pop bands turn a blind eye to ‘copycat’ acts My City Is Sick, by Wuhan Citizens As the coronavirus spreads across the globe, so has racism and xenophobia. At a time when the name of Wuhan is only linked to the virus, three musicians from Wuhan wrote down this song to remind people that the city is also a lovely home to millions. Starting with “My city is sick but I still love it”, the song is a love letter to Wuhan from the locals, introducing the charm of the city – its rich history, delicious food and beautiful sights. America’s covert racism: ‘I will never allow anyone to shame me for being Asian’ Love Will Prevail (坚信爱会赢), by Jackie Chan and co-stars This music video is another tribute to health care staff working round the clock. With lyrics like “we firmly believe love will prevail”, the song calls for love and unity to get through the virus-hit times. The song, released on February 2, is a co-production of celebrities from different areas and regions, such as Chinese-American singer Leehom Wang, Hong Kong martial arts actor Jackie Chan and mainland actor Huang Xiaoming. Wake Up, by ICE Unlike the heartwarming songs celebrating solidarity, the Chinese rapper chose a different angle to sing about the pandemic. “We should be joining one fight yet we’re fighting against each other.” Dedicating the song to both the tragic loss of Kobe Bryant and the disastrous disease in Wuhan, Ice criticised how in the face of tragedies, some people can only think about money – taking the chance of Kobe’s death to raise the price of sports shoes and jumping on the opportunity to make a profit out of selling masks. Which 5 Hollywood actresses got ripped for movie roles? Imagine, by Gal Gadot and co-stars This is a special one because it’s not an original song dedicated to the scene. But the video went viral when Wonder Woman herself Gal Gadot started this singalong on social media with 24 other celebrities – including Natalie Portman, Will Ferrell and Amy Adams. The classic John Lennon song is a call for unity and equality. Gadot posted the song on Instagram, saying “we will get through it together”. Want more stories like this? Sign up here . Follow STYLE on Facebook , Instagram , YouTube and Twitter .