Kary Ng

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Kary Ng
Chinese name 吳雨霏 (traditional)
Chinese name 吴雨霏 (simplified)
Pinyin wu2 yu3 fei1 (Mandarin)
Jyutping ng4 jyu5 fei1 (Cantonese)
Birth name 吳家穎
Origin Hong Kong
Born (1986-06-09) 9 June 1986 (age 27)
Hong Kong
Occupation Singer-songwriter, Actress
Genre(s) Pop rock, C-rock, Cantopop & Mandopop, Synthpop
Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar, piano, flute, drums
Label(s) EMI, Gold Label Records(2002-2011)
Cinepoly Records (2011-present)
Years active 2002-present
Associated acts Cookies
Ping Pung
Official Website Official Website
Kary Ng at her second coliseum concert THE PRESENT

Kary Ng (born 9 June 1986) is a pop rock singer in Hong Kong. She studied at the Canadian International School of Hong Kong. She had made references to her nickname "Lady K" in the album titles "Lady K Live" and "Lady K: Transformation".

In 2002, at age 15, she was one of the nine members and also youngest of the girl band Cookies, signed under record giant Gold Label of EMI Hong Kong.

Later at 2004 she joined another rock band - Ping Pung and released the album "Love & Hate".

In 2006, She released her solo debut "With A Boy like You". Her song "My Love has turn to Hate" won her first Commercial Radio Hong Kong Top Ten Gold Songs award.

In January 2008, Kary has her first concert "Kary Lady K live 08". On 30 May 2008, Kary Ng appeared as the special guest for Leo Ku's North American The Magic Moments Concert in Toronto, Canada in front of a crowd of 10,000 people. In July, her 3rd album "Lady K: Transformation" was out. Kary began experimenting with various styles of pop while keeping her trademark rock sound, as there are notable synthpop, R&B, contemporary R&B and dance-pop undertones on several tracks of the album. In December, her first "Kary 18 CUTS"" was out with three new songs.

In February 2009, she performed at the S.U.C.C.E.S.S. Charity Gala at Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada with many other artists. She released her second album "In Control" one day before her 21st birthday in June 2009. In October, the exclusive Asian Bonus Track of the song "Everyday" (in Cantonese) was out, with singer Justin Lo for the smash hit Disney Channel Original Movie, High School Musical 2 (soundtrack).

On 24 April 2009, Kary Ng and Alex Fong appeared at the Melbourne Arts Center for their Melbourne '09 Show.[1] In the same year, her new EP "Keep Breathing" was out. The promotion for the EP included "Neway Music Live 09 x Kary".

In 2010, Kary Ng cooperated with Hong Kong underground rock band Hardpack and released an EP "合+歡" and announced to have her first concert in Hong Kong Coliseum.

On 30 January 2011, Kary Ng had her first concert in Hong Kong Coliseum. Her EP, Carry On, was out before concert and it was the last record with her previous record company Gold Label Records. In the same year, she signed Cinepoly Records. In October, Kary Ng became the only Asian female singer to perform in the Universal Music Group's annual summit in South Korea.[2]


Cookies (as a member of girl band)[edit]

  • April 2002 - Happy Birthday
  • 23 Dec, 2002 - Merry Christmas
  • 13 Aug, 2003 - All the Best (新曲 + 精選)
  • January 2004 - 4 Play
  • 17 Dec, 2004 - 4 In Love

Ping Pung (as a member of rock band)[edit]

Solo Albums[edit]


  • 22 August 2005- 903 id club Sammy & Kitty Drama Show - Viva l'amour
  • 17 May 2006 - All About Women (金牌女兒紅)- 偏愛(with Stephy Tang (鄧麗欣))
  • 15 August 2006 - Love @ First Note Original Movie Soundtrack (CD+DVD)
  • 14 June 2007 - Another Chivas Music Experience Concert Live - 飛女正傳
  • 26 July 2007 Chan Fai Yeung - 12 Faces Of Women (CD+DVD) Track 12- 想這樣得那樣

Concert Album[edit]


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  1. ^ "Alex & Kary Melbourne 09 Show". greentix.com.au. Retrieved October 12, 2011. 
  2. ^ "Canto-pop stardom beckons after Kary Ng wows her label's bosses in South Korea". South China Morning Post. Retrieved October 12, 2011. 
  3. ^ "Kary Ng Filmography". imdb.com. Retrieved April 4, 2010. 
  4. ^ "Kary Ng Filmography". chinesemov.com. Retrieved April 4, 2010. 
  5. ^ "Event Details: 新城極唱數碼HD音樂會". asiaworld-expo.com. Retrieved October 12, 2011. 
  6. ^ "Eason + Kary + Paul & The Postman齊齊唱在深秋(in Chinese)". entnewsmag.com. Retrieved October 12, 2011. 

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