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Daddy! Daddy! Do! (from "Kaguya-Sama: Love is War") Amalee 04:11
This Game (From "No Game No Life") Amalee 04:41
Your Lie in April - Medley Amalee, Dima Lancaster 06:08
Hero Too (from "My Hero Academia") Amalee 04:04
RISE (from "League of Legends") Amalee, Erica Lindbeck 03:11
Hacking to the Gate (from "Steins;Gate") Amalee 04:12
Reason Living (From "Bungou Stray Dogs 2") Amalee 01:38
Believe in Myself (From "Fairy Tail") Amalee 03:21
No.7 (from "Toilet-bound Hanako-kun") Amalee, NateWantsToBattle 03:38
ECHO (feat. Gumi) [dj-Jo Remix] Crusher-P, Dj-Jo 03:56

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Born Amanda Lee Wai-man on October 4, 1970 in Hong Kong – with her ancestral hometown in Sanshui (三水) district, Foshan, China – multi-talented Cantopop star Amanda Lee is famed both for her acting and singing chops,  accruing a raft of albums and notching up movie credits beginning in the 1990s. She cut her teeth as a member of girl group Echo in 1989, before venturing out alone in 1993 and becoming a successful solo artist in her own right. Her debut album arrived in 1994 with its follow-up, Secret, landing the following year. Amanda Lee's notable album for Polydor Records, Zhen Jin Dian – which contained the singles "Xiang Al Mei Yao Qing," "Xin Tao Hui Yi" and "Ta Zai Wu Ding Chang De" – was released in 2001 and took her fame to new heights. She has also appeared in numerous movies as an actress, in parallel to her singing career, and her filmography includes celebrated roles in Happy Family (2002), Ronin Boys (2005), 2006 Hong Kong drama Cocktail and 2015 black comedy An Inspector Calls. In recent years, 2018 saw the release of her Nostalgia V album and in 2021 her "Unconditional" single.