Kristine Sa

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Kristine Sa
Birth name Huỳnh Ngọc Nhã Yến
Born (1982-06-06) June 6, 1982 (age 32)
Vietnam
Origin Toronto, Canada
Genres Pop music
Occupation(s) Singer, Songwriter, Television producer, TV host
Instruments vocals, piano, guitar
Years active 2002—present
Labels Nemesis, Jellybean

Kristine Sa is a Vietnamese Canadian singer and songwriter as well as a television producer and host. Her career began with music in 2000, and has gone on to include a wide range of mediums. Her older sister is singer Tâm Đoan.

Career[edit]

She began her singing career at the age of 17 with Nemesis Records. The release of her debut album, I Never Knew, in 2002 had sales in Taiwan, Australia, and the United Kingdom. She continued her career with her second album, reBIRTH in 2004, followed by a contribution to the anime project, AnimeToonz3: Kristine Sa (Lemon and Lime Editions) in 2005, and Hopeless Romantic in 2007.

Known in the anime community[1] for her involvement in Funimation Entertainment's US releases of Suzuka in 2005, One Piece in 2007, and Ouran High School Host Club in 2008.

She has hosted and produced Vietnamese American talk-shows The Kristine Sa Show on VAN-TV, Up Close and Personal with Kristine Sa on VHN-TV, and "Heart to Heart with Kristine Sa" on SBTN.

Discography[edit]

  • I Never Knew (Nemesis Records: February 10, 2002)
    1. A Dose Of You
    2. Hold You Forever
    3. Gone By Fall
    4. The Arms Of Paradise
    5. Beautiful
    6. Nexusbeta / Parallel Fates
    7. We
    8. My Heart Still Breaks
    9. I Never Knew
    10. Wont Let Go
  • reBIRTH (Nemesis Records: December 7, 2004)
    1. Take Me Somewhere
    2. Consequence
    3. Just Drive
    4. Take Me Somewhere (Remix)
    5. A Dose Of You (Remix)
    6. Gone By Fall (Remix)
    7. The Arms Of Paradise (Remix)
    8. A Dose Of You (Acoustic)
    9. Beauty To Me
    10. Happy
    11. The Ocean's Sky *
    * Track #11 ("The Ocean's Sky") available on Special Edition CD only.
  • AnimeToonz3: Lemon Edition (Jellybean Recordings: November 11, 2005)
    1. Every Heart - Inuyasha [DJ Jinnai full vocal remix]
    2. The Real Folk Blues - Cowboy Bebop [DJ Jinnai full vocal remix]
    3. Urusei Yatsura No Teema - Urusei Yatsura [Bit Shifter full vocal remix]
    4. Find The Way - Gundam Seed [DJ Jinnai full vocal remix]
    5. Dearest - Inuyasha [DJ Jinnai full vocal remix]
    6. Yapapa - Ranma 1/2 [YMCK dub mix]
    7. Find The Way - Gundam Seed [Architekt 9 full vocal remix]
    8. Every Heart - Inuyasha [Gomi dub mix]
    9. Yapapa - Ranma 1/2 [DJ Jinnai full vocal remix]
    10. The Real Folk Blues - Cowboy Bebop [Masi & Melo vocal club mix]
    11. Every Heart - Inuyasha [John Creamer dub mix]
  • AnimeToonz3: Lime Edition (Jellybean Recordings: November 11, 2005)
    1. Every Heart - Inuyasha [Gomi full vocal remix]
    2. The Real Folk Blues - Cowboy Bebop [Masi & Melo raw vocal remix]
    3. Urusei Yatsura No Teema - Urusei Yatsura [DJ Jinnai full vocal remix]
    4. Yapapa - Ranma 1/2 [YMCK full vocal remix]
    5. Candy Candy - Candy Candy [DJ Jinnai full vocal remix]
    6. Find The Way - Gundam Seed [Architekt 9 dub mix]
    7. Yapapa - Ranma 1/2 [Beta full vocal remix]
    8. Urusei Yatsura No Teema - Urusei Yatsura [Bit Shifter dub mix]
    9. The Real Folk Blues - Cowboy Bebop [Masi & Melo dub mix]
    10. Every Heart - Inuyasha [John Creamer full vocal remix]
  • Hopeless Romantic (Nemesis Records: February 27, 2007)
    1. Intro
    2. Don't Come Home
    3. Snooze (Don't Wake Me Up)
    4. In My Mind
    5. Redemption
    6. Consequence
    7. Forbidden Fruit
    8. Lose Myself
    9. I Would Have
    10. I Got What U Want
    11. The Last Race
    12. Goodnight Love
  • Lonely Asylum : The Demo Collection (Independently released digital EP, January 3, 2010)
    1. Lonely Asylum
    2. No More Roses
    3. Nobody
    4. If It's Over
    5. My Last Goodbye
    6. The Song Ends

References[edit]

  1. ^ Mays, Jonathan. "Kristine Sa - Sound Decision". Anime News Network. Retrieved 21 August 2011. 

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