Mandarin rap music has become popular in mainland China, especially in Shanghai and Beijing where pop culture is very diverse and modern. Although Chinese perform rap in different dialects and languages, most Chinese hip hop artists perform in China's most popular language: Mandarin.
Cantonese rap is also very diverse in cities such as Shenzhen and Hong Kong. Mandarin rap music has also become popular in Taiwan.
What happens when Chinese music spends time with hip hop and electronic music? You get this strange hybrid instrumental that captures the best of all worlds. The vibe might be Asian but the drums are urban with an airy west coast synth lead. Instrumental, Chinese, Chinese Hip Hop