|Nice (by Raj, Jan 12th, 2010)
|Ethnic drums (by nautin, Jul 13th, 2007)
I really like it!
|Amazing! (by forestgum, Jul 13th, 2007)
What an amazing ringtone for everyone!!!
|Ethnic Drums 'Kunte Kinte' (by billyoung, Jul 9th, 2007)
It's so creative.
I'll down it for my cellphone.
Free Chinese Ringtones
By Thomas Morva
The telecom revolution in China
has brought in a lot of entertainment options for the young Chinese. Ringtones
have become almost an identity factor for people, as opposed to simple phone
customization. Ringtones vary from the latest western songs to traditional
Chinese chants. With the language not being a barrier any more, ringtones are in
great demand in China. Users can simply download your favorite tones or compose
one for yourself. The most popular Chinese ringtones are made from the latest
Chinese pop songs.
Today, Jay Chou has become a rage among Chinese youngsters and his R B songs
have become popular as ringtones. The other popular artists include Lee Hom,
Karen Mok, Nicolas Teo and A Mei. The most popular types are R&B and soul songs,
which are used as caller ringtones. For the more traditional and patriotic
mobile users, the Chinese national anthem is a favorite ringtone. At the same
time, the development of an extensive broadband network in China's cities and
growing levels of PC ownership among the emerging urban elite are also resulting
in high levels of music downloading for use as ringtones. MP3 downloading is
particularly common among university students and young professionals.
Chinese Internet search engines such as baidu.com and emule provide fast, free,
easy music downloading. From these Web sites, users can download you favorite
songs and use them as ringtones. China has experienced enormous growth in mobile
phone uptake over the past five years. Each month about 5 million people sign up
for mobile services for the first time. Mobile phones and ringtones are already
providing an important revenue stream for Chinese record labels. Many record
industry players see mobile content as key to the future of China's music
industry. Visitors can also mix and match footage from select artists to produce
their own mobile video clips The most popular form of mobile music in China are