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Ma posted the link to a duet he had recorded with Chinese pop singer Faye Wong on social media platform Weibo on Friday while he was in Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The song, titled "Feng Qing Yang," is intended to be the theme song for Ma's upcoming tai chi film, "Gong Shou Dao."
Playing along with online users who commented that his vocals should be removed from the track, Ma joked that listeners would get used to his voice if they just hung in there.
The release of the song comes days before Singles' Day on November 11, which is also when Ma will make his movie debut in "Gong Shou Dao." The film is slated to begin showing on video platform Youku on Singles' Day.
Singles' Day originally began as an anti-Valentine's Day celebration of sorts among Chinese youths, but has since become recognizable for being a massive annual online shopping event on the mainland. Alibaba said it recorded 120.7 billion Chinese yuan ($18.2 billion) in gross merchandise volume in 2016, a 32 percent rise compared to 2015's Singles' Day.