|BabyJohn Choi, Philip Keung and Ron Ng fill in for the injured Andy Lau on the Cantonese theme song|
|Andy Lau and Song Jia's scenes are edited into the Mandarin video music|
courtesy of mingpao.com
The Andy Lau Tak Wa produced and starred new crime film SHOCK WAVE (CHAK DAN JUEN GA) will open next Thursday. The theme song that Wa Jai performed and wrote the Mandarin lyrics for, SLOWLY GETTING USED TO IT, yesterday finally unveiled its music videos. In this music video, emotional scenes with Wa Jai and lead actress Song Jia were edited to coordinate with the song.
As for the Cantonese theme song, due to Wa Jai's earlier injury he was unable to record it in the studio. While he was recovering he constantly said, "I still owe everyone a song!" At this time, Wa Ja's three SHOCK WAVE brothers Philip Keung Ho Man, Ron Ng Cheuk Hei and BabyJohn Choi Hong Yik volunteered to help Wa Jai with the incomplete portion. They united for this Cantonese "parody" version.
Rarely sang, Hak Jai and BabyJohn this time sang with Ng Cheuk Hei. As soon as they got the lyrics they warned, "Please forgive us if we don't sing well." After a round of practice they began to grasp the rhythm of the song. Their accuracy also gradually improved. Hak Jai and BabyJohn became excited while Ng Cheuk Hei covered his face as he cracked up, as if he was averting his eyes from a disaster.
When they officially began, Hak Jai held the microphone, Ng Cheuk Hei kept the beat as they slowly sang Wa Jai's lyrics. As they performed they got more and more excited. They kept laughing and messed up the lyrics as they went out of control. Hak Jai even sang "your turn", making Ng Cheuk Hei said, "Not your turn yet". After finishing the mission, they realized that singing and acting were indeed two different things. They joked that the "Wa tone" was very hard to learn. "No matter how we sing we are not as good as Brother Wa." Hak Jai sincerely said that this song sounded great but was very hard to sing; BabyJohn said that he was already very honored to be able to sing four verses, thus he planned to keep watching the videos from the recording to reminisce.