In the Chinese pop music scene, there was once a record company that produced "Myth".
Tan Zhang hegemony, the four heavenly kings, and the two generations of singing gods all have deep roots with this record company. It has witnessed the glory of the Hong Kong and Taiwan singing scene.
Among them are Xu Guanjie, Tan Yonglin, Leslie Cheung, Jacky Cheung, Andy Lau, Liming, and Guo Fucheng. Only Guo Fucheng has not worked for this record company, and everyone else has been a contracted singer of this company!
The music scene in Hong Kong and Taiwan in the 1980s and 1990s is as shining as stars.
In the meantime, the record companies that have emerged are numerous, countless, and have the most influence, such as Taiwan's Rolling Stones, UFOs and Hong Kong's Polaroid.
Rolling stones and flying saucers have accumulated the golden age of Taiwanese music in the mid-1980s to mid-1990s. Polaroid records are even more significant for the Hong Kong music industry.
It can even be said that Polaroid Records has carried most of Hong Kong's pop music scene!
Polaroid, this label has disappeared from the music scene for almost 20 years.
It was once synonymous with Hong Kong and Taiwan's popular golden song, and it was also the enlightenment of many people's pop music. The superstars coming out here are row after row.
In the 1970s, when Hong Kong's popular song scene was first established, the iconic figures of Cantonese singer Xu Guanjie and Guan Zhengjie both came from Polaroid records.
Xu Guanjie is the first person in Hong Kong to turn Cantonese songs into pop music. His rich lyric elements are in line with the times, he speaks for the public, and is revered as the Hong Kong singer.