WATCH: Foshan Police Drop MV and It's Hella Catchy

By Ryan Gandolfo, February 19, 2019

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It appears the Foshan Chancheng Security Bureau got the creative bug over Chinese Lunar New Year, as they released a fun music video just in time for Lantern Festival.

On February 18, the Foshan Chancheng Security Bureau released a cover of the hit song ‘Burn my Calories,’ (燃烧我的卡路里) originally performed by Rocket Girls 101 (火箭少女101). The law enforcement rendition is a tad different from the calorie counter version drawn up by the popular girl band. Instead, Foshan’s newest (and hopefully not only) single is titled ‘行通济,’or xingtongji in pinyin, referring to one of Foshan’s traditional Lantern Festival events, reminding everyone to be safe during the festive evening.

Check out the latest MV to hit ‘Lawless Records’ below (VPN off):

Curious how the cop song compares to the flamin’ hot Rocket Girls 101 version? Check out the original music video below (VPN off):

And last but not least, happy Lantern Festival! Click here to learn more about this 2,000-year-old holiday.

READ MORE: Explainer: Everything You Need to Know About Lantern Festival

[Cover image: screengrab via QQ]

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