5 most creative Covid-19 songs by Malaysians

Malaysian singer Jing Rou is one of the many Malaysians who have expressed their creativity through song during the Covid-19 crisis. Photo: YouTube/JingRou

With all of us being stuck at home, some Malaysians are turning to creating music to explore the current situation.

The subject matter in their songs vary from wry observations to highlighting the importance of staying home and obeying the movement control order. One young woman also focuses on the work done by the frontliners.

Here are five videos on YouTube that caught our eye.

Covid-19 Blues

A family man sings the blues, joined in by his wife, daughter and cat.

Malaysia Covid-19 Song

The composer cleverly uses scenes from movies starring South Indian actor Vijay to accompany his entertaining number.

To You And Me, Heroes

Written and sung by Jing Rou, the song encourages Malaysians to stay strong and stay at home. She also writes: "Thanks to every frontlines out there risking their lives."

Malaysia Stay At Home

Franjie Abdul Rahman raps about adhering to the government's order and staying healthy during this pandemic.

Covid-19 Song

Written and sung by a young man who calls himself JY. Boy from Melaka.

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