The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout
The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout

Faye Wong’s 18 best songs – from Cantopop to grunge, Chungking Express to Final Fantasy VIII – Hong Kong’s ultimate 90s diva

From her Chinese-language covers of The Cranberries, Tori Amos and Cocteau Twins to her iconic statement album Di-Dar, Pledge and 100,000 Whys, Faye Wong left an enduring mark on the Asian music scene – strafing from alternative Western styles to big balling ballads, and embracing Cantonese before returning to her native Mandarin

Topic |   K-pop, Mandopop and other Asian pop
The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout
The many looks and singular style of Hong Kong pop diva Faye Wong – who sang several of the 90s’ biggest hits. Photo: Handout
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