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Chang Yu-sheng (simplified Chinese: 张雨生; traditional Chinese: 張雨生; pinyin: Zhāng Yǔshēng; June 7, 1966 - November 12, 1997) was a Taiwanese male pop singer, as well as a composer and producer. His major accomplishment as a producer may have been the pop singer A-mei. While driving fatigued on October 21, 1997, he was fatally injured in a car accident and fell into a coma. He never regained consciousness and died on November 12 at the age of 31 after weeks of hospitalization.
He is known for his high vocals, capable of hitting notes such as the A above high C(A4) and the F above Soprano C(F5). without using falsetto. His lowest note is the E below the E below middle C (E2.)