Former EXO member Luhan has received appreciation from popular Taiwanese singer David Tao after recording China's theme song "Come Ski at the Great Wall" for Winter Olympics 2022.
The Golden Melody Award winner revealed that the K-Pop star did not take more than two hours to complete the song. "This song is quite difficult to sing. It is not an easy task for Luhan to be able to complete the recording in such a short amount of time," he said.
"I have paid a lot of attention to Little Lu. Besides his great looks and talents, his rhythm and sound are fantastic. Even though he has natural talents, he also worked hard and put in a lot of effort. He is also well-mannered and very modest. I think a lot of youngsters from the new generation should learn from him."
The 45-year-old also revealed that the young celeb was very nervous and was expecting Luha to be rude. "Before coming to record the song, did you think I would be really rude? Afraid that I would throw the lyric papers on the ground if you didn't sing well?" he said.
Luhan said he was happy to team up with Tao as it was his dream project. "There is really a lot of pressure to sing in front of David Tao. I'm really nervous – scared that I won't perform well," Koreaboo quoted him as saying.
The former member of EXO is fighting a legal battle with South Korean record label SM Entertainment for terminating his contract with the firm in October last year.