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Singer Suboi to represent VN at European Music Awards

Created 10 October 2019
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Singer Suboi will be the only Vietnamese artist to compete for the Best Southeast Asia Act category at the MTV EMA (European Music Awards).

Suboi's official music video for her hit N-SAO?

HÀ NỘI — Singer Suboi will be the only Vietnamese artist to compete for the Best Southeast Asia Act category at the MTV EMA (European Music Awards).

This is the first time a Vietnamese hip hop singer has been nominated by the MTV Vietnam channel.

Suboi, born as Hàng Lâm Trang Anh in 1990 in HCM City, has performed hip hop music for nearly 15 years.

After starting her career at Music Faces initiated by composer Đức Trí, she set up her own company named Suboi Entertainment in 2012.

Singer Suboi performs the song Công. — Photo youtube.com

Suboi has released three albums, Walk (2010), Run (2014) and EP 2.7 (2017) and singles MV named N-sao (2018), Công (Explicit) (2018), Cho Không (For Free) (2019).

MTV Asia channel has broadcast the song Công by Suboi in Yo/MTV Raps programme in March 2019.

The vote round for audience for the EMA Southeast Asia Act has been opened since October 1 and lasts till November 3.

The 26 MTV EMA will give awards to artists with good contributions to music all over the world.

The award ceremony will be hosted in Spain on November 3.

Singer Mỹ Tâm won the prize in 2013, Sơn Tùng MTP in 2015 and Đông Nhi in 2016. — VNS


Source: VNN

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