Mirror’s Jeremy Lee stuns fans with bold, sensual debut single

Screengrab of Mirror’s Jeremy Lee’s music video.
Screengrab of Mirror’s Jeremy Lee’s music video.

Cantopop boyband Mirror’s Jeremy Lee has released his long-awaited debut single, a mid-tempo sensual track that showcases the King Maker finalist’s high-range vocals.

Roughly translated as “half”, the song explores who we are and tackles dark themes of control, desire and evil.

The tune is composed by Ng Lam-fung, with lyrics by Chow Yiu-fai, and arrangement and production by Carl Wong.

Fans are also treated to a cinematic music video featuring Jeremy’s senuous dance moves.

Premiering just last night, the song already has more than 343,000 views and is now trending fourth on YouTube in Hong Kong for music.

Jeremy also took to social media to thank his fans unicornsss for the support.

Fans have flooded the comments section of his music video on YouTube, praising the singer’s unique style and willingness to take risks for his debut single.

Jeremy is the 12-man boyband’s seventh soloist, following Keung To, Ian Chan, Anson Lo, Jer Lau, Anson Kong and Edan Lui.

Some of his bandmates also congratulated him on the release.

Anson Lo said he was happy for Jeremy for making a piece that he has always wanted to.

Edan uploaded a piano cover of the song to congratulate Jeremy.

Watch the music video of Jeremy’s debut single:

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