Child singer releases new music video

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Child singer Li Yunche released the music video for his new song Little River on March 12, the fourth music video produced by Zhuoyue Children's Voice Studio after Joy in Kindergarten by Zhang Yutong, Petunia by Ren Qianyu and Wish of a Paper Craneby Cui Tianze.

The lyrics were written by musician Guo Zhikai and the music videos were produced by director Guo Jiayi's team.

"Many parents have realized they should let their children sing original songs so as to preserve children's voices and leave them with an unforgettable experience," Guo Zhikai said.

"I would also like to say to all parents: never say your own child is tone-deaf and can't sing. It requires both talent and hard work for children to realize your expectations. I hope to write more beautiful songs for children."

Zhuoyue Children's Voice Studio is a sub-brand under Guo Zhikai's studio Lumen Music, dedicated to producing original songs for children.

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