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Jolin Tsai Keeps Ruling Annual Pop Charts
    2008-01-03 21:29:23     CRIENGLISH.com

Taiwan pop singer Jolin Tsai is seen in a recent photo. Tsai's love ballad, "The Sun Will Never Set," topped the newly-released 2007 Hito Top 100 Singles, her second taking of the annual honor. [Photo: on.cc]

Taiwan pop diva Jolin Tsai didn't stop making favorable music in the past year. One of her songs topped the newly-released 2007 Hito Top 100 Singles, her second taking of the annual honor.

Tsai's love ballad, "The Sun Will Never Set" was crowned as the chart-topper through an online poll held by the local Hit Fm radio station. The pop music broadcaster, one of the highest rating radio stations in Taiwan, received 340,000 votes this year.

Tsai's duet with David Tao in 2006 "Marry Me Today" was that year's top single.

Following Jolin Tsai on the 2007 list is Jay Chou's "Secret," the title song of his directorial debut of the same name.

The third spot is occupied by Canadian pop singer Avril Lavigne's "Girlfriend."

Other musicians in the Top 10 include Jasmine Leong (4th; "J'Adore"), pop-rock band Mayday (5th; "Angel"), and Japanese singer Utada Hikaru (7th; "Flavor of Life").



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