With Goodbye Princess, Tia Lee set a new C-pop record on YouTube and made waves on the internet worldwide.
Since its release on December 9, goodbye princess (再見公主) — the latest hit by C-pop star and global fashion icon, Tia Lee 李毓芬 (Lee Yu Fen) — has been a huge hit, setting a new record for C-pop with 4, 7 million views on YouTube within 24 hours of release.
Born in Taipei, musician, actor and fashion icon is making his mark on the C-pop scene, the silver screen and the top of fashion, along with more films scheduled for release. in 2023, she is a rising star worth watching.
Initial success of goodbye princess skyrocketed when the catchy tune was covered by an Australian TikTok star with a trending dance Hannah Balanay — creator of the viral dance for Dua Lipa’s Don’t Start Now performed by Charlie D’Amelio on Tonight’s show starring Jimmy Fallon.
“I’m happy to be a part of Tia Lee’s new single release campaign goodbye princess,” Balanay said. “There’s a great message behind the song, promoting a great cause. I hope that witnessing Tia’s mission will empower women around the world.”
goodbye princess has been eagerly awaited after a hugely successful pre-release campaign, has broken C-pop records and has accumulated 100 million views to date.
Following a sudden breakdown on Tia’s social media sites last month, the star has released a six-part series of 30-second animated episodes that incorporate music and fashion shoots directed by the director. legendary image Sunny Tang (Famous Detective Sherlock Holmes, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles).
In the animated series, the fairy tales we all know all too well — the golden chariot, the glass slipper, the poisoned red apple — are overthrown to deliver a dark but final tribute. is to advance women’s autonomy, power, and the struggle for a greater good. Future.
A collection of motion pictures by award-winning creative director Tony C. Miller based in the UK, starring Tia in iconic scenes from the animated episodes determined to escape the past of the global C-pop star.
Meet the team behind goodbye princess
goodbye princess Its overwhelming success is due to Tia as well as her producers and collaborators.
The track was produced by Swizz Beatz (who previously produced for Madonna, Britney Spears, Beyonce, Justin Bieber and Jay-Z). This cutting-edge music video is the work of Actual Objects, LA-based creative studios that work with the likes of Travis Scott, Trippie Redd, Madison Beer, Nike, The North Face, and more.
The music video is set in the digital world, showing a Surrealist Ray living in a well-guarded futuristic castle. Life is not a bed of roses, and the star escapes the hooks of the castle; Leaving the past behind to embrace the person she really wants to be.
Tia kicks off the global #EmpowerHer campaign
Accompanied by a meaningful song that encourages women to overcome the barriers they face, Tia launches the #EmpowerHer campaign today: each of her perspectives. goodbye princess Music videos will help empower women around the world.
Once the views benchmark is reached, a donation will be made to the #EmpowerHer campaign, which will be divided up to HK$3.8 million (approximately US$480,000) among the organizations. selected charities. Tia chose the number 3.8 million as a nod to International Women’s Day March 8. These charities include:
Beats By Girlz (USA), the only one to empower the next generation of young women through music and technology by providing access to tools, education, and a supportive community.
Daughters of the Future (Singapore), an organization that helps underprivileged women in Singapore, improve their access to jobs, financial independence and facilitate family social mobility.
Teen’s Key (Hong Kong), which serves vulnerable, high-risk young women, provides life-improving programs and facilitates comprehensive sexual health and reproductive education in Hong Kong. Kong.
Women in Music (USA), who promote equality, vision, and opportunity for women in the musical arts through education, support, empowerment, and recognition.