Last week PC Music announced a collaboration with C-pop star Li Yuchun / Chris Lee, following a partnership between PC Music and Columbia Records (Sony). Now the label reveal a double-sided single from the megastar, 'Real Love / Only You'.

"We were introduced to Chris Lee via one of PC Music’s closest collaborators Kim Laughton, and were immediately excited about the prospect of working with her," said PC Music creative director, Finn Mactaggart, in a statement. "Chris came through the reality television circuit in China, and EE Media, the producers of the show on which she was discovered, Super Girl, work in a similar vein to Simon Cowell’s Syco and X Factor in the UK. To be working with such a unique talent at this intersection of reality television, pop music, and nascent celebrity culture in China has been a dream come true."

Interesting: I wonder if PC Music and its fans would have nice things to say about Cowell and Syco. Just a thought. I suppose they just wanted to be there as China's pop culture is blossoming.

Mactaggart continued:

"When A. G. Cook and I came up with the idea for the record we approached it with an awareness of Chris as a popstar who is already reflecting upon an impressive ten year career. Her previous campaign centred on the phrase “Why Me, Chris Lee?” and this was brimming with both optimistic and pessimistic possibilities, as well as introspective analysis of her self-image and the image that her fans conjure of her. We quickly figured that we wanted to play with the idea of duality on a double-sided single. When we visited Chris in Beijing to work on the songs, she fell in love with our ideas, and wrote incredibly powerful lyrics, particularly for Only You which translates roughly as “I Miss You, Bastard”. It was incredibly rewarding when Chris praised how much effort we had put into understanding her as an artist."

Listen to the actually quite disappointing and underwhelming 'Only You' below and see the trailer for the 'Real Love / Only You' video below.