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    Shabir

    Shabir

    Shabir is a singer-songwriter, record producer, music programmer and performer based in Singapore. He is the winner of the inaugural singing competition Vasantham Star 2005. The talent quest was hosted by MediaCorp Vasantham TV Channel. Shabir was born in Singapore to immigrant parents. He is of mixed heritage from an Urdu speaking father and a Malay / Indian mother. He is known to be open about his humble beginning. "Because I couldn't afford to buy textbooks, I had no choice but to borrow books from class to class. It was embarrassing," Shabir was quoted as saying in an interview published in NTUC Lifestyle Magazine (January 2010). Shabir is formally trained and qualified in the areas of Music Production and Audio Engineering. And is an alumnus of SAE Institute, Singapore. Shabir is a full-time music director / programmer, songwriter, singer and actor based in Singapore. Shabir remains a leading Indian artiste in Singapore with a strong fan following in the region having released three albums to date ‘Alaipayuthey', ‘TraffiQ’ & 'Swasam-Scents of Prose'. Shabir's music is known to be an eclectic concoction of various genres & influences that includes pop, electro and world music
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    JJ Lin

    JJ Lin

    JJ Lin (traditional Chinese: 林俊傑; simplified Chinese: 林俊杰; pinyin: Lin Jun Jie) is a Singaporean Mandopop Singer-songwriter, Composer and Actor based in Taiwan. JJ Lin was managed by Ocean Butterflies from 2003 to 2011 . JJ is presently managed by Warner Music Taiwan. Lin won Best New Artist for his work on his debut album Music Voyager at the 15th Golden Melody Awards in 2004. Lin was born in Singapore and graduated from Anglo-Chinese School and Saint Andrew's Junior College before joining the Singapore Armed Forces. He is of overseas Chinese descent. In addition to English, Mandarin and Hokkien, he is also able to speak Cantonese and has released several cover versions of his songs in Cantonese. He came to musical prominence and success in the Greater China region. In Taiwan, he was awarded the "Best New Artist" award in the Taiwan Golden Melody Awards. Signed to Ocean Butterflies, he has written songs for various artists, notably "Remember" (記得 Jì Dé) for Taiwanese singer A-Mei, fellow label mate A-Do's "Let Go" (放手 Fàng Shǒu), Harlem Yu's "What's Wrong With You?" (幹嘛你看不爽我 Gàn Má Nǐ Kàn Bù Shuǎng Wǒ), Comic Boyz's "Heart of Superman" (超人心 Chāo Rén Xīn) and other songs. He writes
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    Sin Huey

    Chew Sin Huey, also known as Sing Chew (simplified Chinese: 石欣卉; pinyin: Shí Xīnhuì) (born June 23, 1981) is a Malaysian singer, who was one of the five popular new talents emerged from the Channel U's popular singing talent show, Project SuperStar in Singapore. The songbird is well-known in both Singapore and Malaysia. Chew Sin Huey, though a Malaysian, was made popular in Singapore as the first runner-up in the female category of Project Superstar 2005, a singing-cum-talent search competition organised by Channel U of Mediacorp, Singapore. She had garnered the highest points (with the highest score of 44/50 from the judges) during the female finals from her delivery of the three songs and received positive comments from the judges panel. However, she lost on a popularity voting system which totals up to 70% of the overall score. However, Sin Huey's singing talent is widely appreciated and she has been offered a three-year singing contract by Play Music which is now part of Warner Music. During her school life, Sin Huey took part in debates and gave speeches during her primary and secondary school period. She participated in campus shows and took up the lead role of a musical and
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    Jonathan Seet

    Jonathan Seet (born November 23, 1969) is a Canadian singer-songwriter. Seet was born in Singapore to a Singaporean father and an Irish mother who emigrated to Canada shortly after he was born. He currently resides in London, England. Seet began singing in a church choir at age 4 and started piano lessons at 5. He was a church organist at 15 years old for 3 years and played viola for the Northumberland Symphony Orchestra for several years. He left to study Electrical Engineering at the University of Waterloo where he began songwriting. Upon graduating, Seet continued writing and recording songs while still working in various aspects of technology and performing in other Toronto bands. He recorded and released Melatonin independently in 2000 and Arousal Disasters on February 14, 2003 with Aporia Records/MapleNationwide. Thanks To Science, We've Got Love was produced in 2007 but was only made available on iTunes and other digital audio formats in early 2008. The End Of The Beginning EP, released in 2009, was similarly only made available digitally. Seet was one of the founders and organizers of Toronto's annual Jeff Buckley Tribute (2000–2003), and produces, records and performs for
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    Dick Lee

    Richard "Dick" Lee Peng Boon (born 24 August 1956) is a Singaporean pop singer, composer, songwriter, and playwright. He is best known as a Singapore Idol judge, but often too as spokesperson for the New Asian generation. He was born to a Peranakan father, Lee Kip Lee, (who writes for The Straits Times), and a Chinese mother, Elizabeth Tan. He was the eldest child in the family of five, with three brothers and a deceased sister. He received his early education at St. Michael's School (now SJI Junior) and his secondary education at St. Joseph's Institution. In 1992, he married jazz singer Jacintha Abisheganaden and divorced a few years later. He is a Roman Catholic. Dick Lee started his career 1971 when, at the age of fifteen, Dick participated in various talent contests with the group, Harmony, and Dick and the Gang (teaming with his siblings). His first album, Life Story, featuring his compositions, was released in 1974. Throughout the 70s and 80s, Dick championed the acceptance of Asian elements in pop music. His pioneering album, Life In The Lion City (1984), won acclaim for just that. But the album that shot him to regional prominence was his 1989 release, The Mad Chinaman.
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    Tanya Chua

    Tanya Chua

    Tanya Chua (Chinese: 蔡健雅; pinyin: Cài Jiànyǎ) (born 28 January 1975) is a Golden Melody Award-winning Singaporean singer and songwriter. Born in Singapore, Chua is the younger of two daughters in the family. She attended CHIJ Saint Nicholas Girls' School and studied business administration at Singapore Polytechnic. Chua started out singing in English, releasing her first English album, Bored, in 1997. She was also the first Singaporean to win a prize in the Asia Song Festival, coming in first in the "Unpublished" category in 1998 before she furthered her studies at the Musicians Institute in Hollywood, California. Chua signed on to Universal Music Taiwan in 1998 and released her first Mandarin album, Breathe, in 1999. That album comprised compositions of her English songs matched to Chinese lyrics by Taiwanese lyricists. In 2001, Tanya performed for her own country during the Singapore National Day Parade 2001 with the theme song titled "Where I Belong". In 2003 Chua signed with a new contract with Warner Music in Taiwan, releasing the album Stranger, which topped sales charts in Taiwan. Her second Warner album, Amphibian (2005), won her a Best Female Arttist at Taiwan's Golden
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