Chinese Music and Chinese Radio Stations

Listen to Chinese Music Online Free(音樂)
Spotify is a fantastic site where you can listen to Chinese music and create your own Chinese radio stations. Read my post here for more information about Spotify and how to use it for improving your Chinese listening.
If you are in Mainland China, this is probably the best site for listening to Chinese music online. Often, songs will have the lyrics that you can follow along like at a KTV. You can also often listen to foreign music here as well. It might require that your IP address is in Mainland China though.
Free website for the top Chinese Music videos
A great Chinese radio station that plays all sorts of Chinese music. It randomly shuffles Traditional Chinese music, modern Chinese Pop, and Chinese light rock.
Good for finding MP3s of Chinese songs if you already know the name of the song.
Another good site for finding Chinese music
The above website will often link to this site. This is another good site for playing Chinese music. Once you find the correct link for your song, it will let you play it, and usually will give you the written lyrics as well. It will highlight the lyrics that the singer is currently singing. Note: Unfortunately you may need to use Internet Explorer to play the music. It uses a Windows Media player plug-in that seems to only work in Internet Explorer. By default this will repeat the song over and over, meaning that once the song is over, it will play it again infinitely.

Chinese Radio Stations (廣播電台)
Has links to Singaporean, Taiwanese, Chinese, and Hong Kong radio stations. Sometimes the stations are broken or streaming doesn’t work.
Has about 6 stations. Some from Taiwan, and some China. It is produced by a Chinatown group in Houston, USA.
Around 20 stations all from China. This are only music stations.
This radio station has 49 stations with Chinese, Japanese, and Korean languages. Important note, after you listen it to a while, it will eventually time out and require that you become a paid member to keep listening.

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