This has got to be one of the most weirdest collaborations ever. MC Hotdog, the "godfather of Taiwanese rap", collaborates with Hong Kong idol/Cantopop queen Sammi Cheng in the Mandarin version of 信者得愛 . Let's not forget to mention that the song is a cover of a Korean pop song and that MC Hotdog is publicly known for his hatred of Korean pop artists and Chinese idol singers because of their lack of substance. He even put it all on wax back in 2001.
曲: Kim Do Hoon
詞: Choi Gap Won
改編詞: 陳少琪 (rap by MC Hotdog)
編: James Ting
Now as far as the song goes, when comparing Sammi's 信者得愛 to Life Is Good by Jessica H.O (the original Korean version), Sammi's version doesn't do the song any justice! Jessica H.O. has much more stronger vocals and has that hard-edge hip hop attitude that Sammi doesn't even understand. The Korean music video production seems much more carefully thought out and makes more sense compared to Sammi's version. Sammi should stick with Cantopop ballads... (By the way, I can't believe I'm defending the merits of K-pop over Cantopop...somebody shoot me!)