Siu Black

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Siu Black (born in Pleitonghia Commune, near the city of Kon Tum in Kon Tum Province, South Vietnam, August 27, 1967) is a prominent Vietnamese popular singer from the Central Highlands. She is a member of the Ba Na (Bahnar) ethnic group.

She graduated from Dac Lac Arts School and joined the Dac Lac Arts Troupe in 1989. She then worked at the Kon Tum Electricity Company from 1993 before finding success as a singer.

She has been mentored by the singer Y Moan [1] and has recorded several of the songs of Nguyễn Cường, and her renditions have achieved great popularity.[2]

In 2007, she served as a judge on the Vietnam Idol television program.[3] and the first Asian Idol competition, held in Indonesia in December 2007, representing Vietnam Idol. Starting in September 2007, she will host a comedy variety show called 0 Degrees Diary (Vietnamese: Nhật ký 0 độ) on HTV9.

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