Đàm Vĩnh Hưng

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Đàm Vĩnh Hưng
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Background information
Birth name Huỳnh Minh Hưng
Also known as Mr. Dam, Mr. Đàm
Born (1971-10-02) 2 October 1971 (age 45)[citation needed]
Saigon, South Vietnam
Genres Vietnam Pop
Occupation(s) songwriter
Instruments Vocals
Years active 1996–present
Website damvinhhung.ws

Đàm Vĩnh Hưng (born October 2, 1971[citation needed]), often referred to by his nickname, Mr. Dam (also spelled Mr. Đàm), is a Vietnamese pop star.

He has become very popular in Vietnam beginning with his first career solo “Tình Ơi Xin Ngủ Yên”. His second album, "Binh Minh Se Mang Em Di," boosted him into the A-list singers in Vietnam receiving much commercial and critical success. Following that, his first official liveshow "Trai Tim Hat" was held in 2013, directed by the most famous director at that time, Huynh Phuc Dien.[citation needed] The success of his albums as well as his live concerts had led him into many awards; he was named one of top 10 singers of the year by Lan Song Xanh from that on and especially the award of "Best Male Artist of the year" of Ngoi Sao Bach Kim was given as a proof of his effort.

However, his career life was truly brightened when his 5th album-Giot Nuoc Mat Cho Doi was given out, followed by his second liveshow "Gio H". On the other hand, Vol 8 "Tinh Ca 50" releasing in 2006 briging him a lot of troubles from the song of the same name. There was also a rumour of the love affair between Hung and one of the very famous Vietnamese female singer - My Tam at that time when Hung continuously confessed about his admiration for Tam.

In early 2007, believing that the number 10 was the perfect number, he closed his franchise albums 1-10 by vol 10-Lac Mat Em Hung and immediately introduced his new franchise called "Da Khuc Cho Tinh Nhan".

Dam is involved in combating the escalating traffic crisis. He is a goodwill ambassador to Asia Injury Prevention Foundation.[citation needed]

In July 2010, Dam came to Santa Clara, California to give a concert. Security was heavy in expectation of protests by Vietnamese Americans, many of whom see him as a symbol of the communist government which they fled. Activist Ly Tong dressed up in drag in order to slip through security, and under the pretext of giving Dam a flower, sprayed Dam in the face with pepper spray.[1]

Early life[edit]

Dam was born in Da Nang (Quảng Nam Province)[citation needed] in 1971.[citation needed] Dam began his musical career in 1996.[citation needed] Before singing, he was a hair dresser.[citation needed]

Singles[edit]

In April 18, 2012, Dam released his first single - Tuoi Hong Tho Ngay.

The uniqueness in the products of Mr. Dam is out of a record-length 16 min 45 sec, music video "Tuoi Hong Tho Ngay" is more like a short film with the complete story.

Tuoi Hong Tho Ngay is the song has story behind the writing is quite thrilling and until now, the real story of the death of the student Thai Tuan (Dương Triệu Vũ, who is the author of the lyrics of this song) sowing his suicide 4th floor of the dormitory from Hanoi Polytechnic University after love split is still a mystery, unknown to damage to those who love this song.

According to Students Polytechnic University was dazed with sudden death the student. Thai Tuan's friend had found the poem and because NS Thanh Tung knew so thanks to music songwriter. One year later, this friend has encountered unexpected accidents and cerebral palsy since then. Also this year, in a ceremony in memory friend has died, a male friend (Đàm Vĩnh Hưng's guitar) and female singing has rendered Tuoi Hong Tho Ngay. That evening, the both of friend have already encountered unexpected accident...

Temporarily called the film, this film is set back in Dalat, based on the contents of the above anecdote to variations. At first look it seems Mr Dam saw horned calves do not want to see it, but that scene, camera angles and actors considered beautiful new linger until the last minute. Perhaps stories like this coincidence in life is not rare, but not quite as much. Starring in which all the familiar faces.

Tuoi Hong Tho Ngay - completely unknown before this post. Now see or hear and read anecdotes that its new emotions, perhaps because to contemplate the scenario of character and storytelling to Dam Vinh Hung songs convey a feeling. Several months before the report also found this flurry of Mr Dam's music video but did not bother to read because not care. Movie only just short, but the scenes footage and interviews also quite fun and interesting. All invited actress, singer, model famous play, very nice clip, it is true that different people have money. Like her petite female face, the wedding scene was spectacular, color up as some promotional clips. Older male childhood he so cute, the boy play many movie should look familiar face, background music and also lead. Generally rated 8/10 on the whole.

Albums[edit]

  • Tình Ơi Xin Ngủ Yên (1998)
  • Bình Minh Sẽ Mang Em Đi (2001)
  • 1 Trái Tim Tình Si (2002)
  • Bao Giờ Người Trở Lại - Hãy Đến Đây Đêm Nay (2002)
  • Phôi Pha - Tình Khúc Trịnh Công Sơn (2002)
  • Cô Đơn Tiếng Sóng (2002)
  • Màu Tóc Nhung - Ft. Mỹ Tâm (2002)
  • Giọt Nước Mắt Cho Đời (2003)
  • Hưng (2004)
  • Tình Yêu Còn Đâu (2004)
  • Mắt Lệ Cho Người - Ft. Ft. Mỹ Tâm, Quang Dũng (2004)
  • Đàm 7 "Mr. Đàm" (2005)
  • Tình Khúc Nguyễn Nhất Huy - Vẫn Nợ Cuộc Đời - Ft. Mỹ Tâm (2005)
  • Hoa Học Trò (2005)
  • Tình Ca Hoài Niệm (2006)
  • Giải Thoát (2006)
  • Tình Tuyệt Vọng (2006)
  • Vùng Trời Bình Yên (2006)
  • Xin Lỗi Tình Yêu (2007)
  • Giã Từ (2007)
  • Lạc Mất Em (2007)
  • Hạnh Phúc Lang Thang - Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân (2007)
  • Hạnh Phúc Lang Thang 2 - Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân (2007)
  • Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân 1 (2007)
  • Những Bài Hát Chọn Lọc (2007)
  • Bước Chân Mùa Xuân (2008)
  • Mùa Noel Đó (2008)
  • Muộn (2008)
  • Hạnh Phúc Cuối (2008)
  • Qua Cơn Mê - Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân 2 (2008)
  • Nửa Vầng Trăng (2009)
  • Khoảng Cách (2010)
  • Những Bài Ca Không Quên - Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân 3 (2011)
  • Cuộc Tình Đã Mất - Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân 4 (2011)
  • 3H (2011)
  • Sa Mạc Tình Yêu - Ft. Thanh Lam (2011)
  • Xót Xa - Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân 5 (2011)
  • Anh Còn Nợ Em (2011)
  • Tuyển Chọn Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân (2011)
  • Ca Dao Mẹ (2011)
  • Chúc Xuân - Bên Em Mùa Xuân - Ft. Dương Triệu Vũ, Tammy Nguyễn, Hoài Lâm, Hồng Ngọc (2012)
  • Số Phận (2012)
  • Góc Khuất (2012)
  • Giọng Hát Việt: That's How We Do It! - Ft. Hồ Ngọc Hà, Bức Tường, Thu Minh (2012)
  • Đừng Yêu Anh - Ft. Tinna Tình (Single 2012)
  • Thương Hoài Ngàn Năm (2012)
  • Xóa Tên Người Tình & Chờ Đông - Dạ Khúc Cho Tình Nhân 6 & 7 (2013)
  • Chiếc Vòng Cầu Hôn (2013)
  • Tình Buồn Của H (2014)
  • Cháy Cùng Em - Ft. Đức Thuận (2014)
  • Làm Sao Anh Biết (2014

Single[edit]

  • Tuổi Hồng Thơ Ngây (2012)
  • Góc Khuất (2012)
  • Ô Kìa... (2014)

Tours - Live show[edit]

Year Title Venues
2003 Liveshow: Trái tim hát Ho Chi Minh city
17,18,19/12/2004 Liveshow: Giờ H Ho Chi Minh city
14/2/2007 Liveshow:V-boys Ngày Không Em Ho Chi Minh city
2007 Tour :Sinh Viên Họ Đàm Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital, Cần Thơ city, Đà Nẵng city
2007 Liveshow:Thương hoài ngàn năm Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital
2008 Liveshow:Dạ tiệc trắng Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital
2009 Liveshow:Người tình - The best of Dam Vinh Hung Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital
2010 Liveshow:Vũ khúc mùa đông Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital
2011 Tour:Mr.Đàm by night Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital
2012 Liveshow: Số phận Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital
12-2014 Liveshow:Thương hoài ngàn năm 2 Ho Chi Minh city, Ha Noi capital

Awards[edit]

Years Awards
1996
  • Consolation prize in the contest "Song of April" by Sen resorts organizations.
1997
  • First Prize "Festival of voice or semi-professional"
1998
  • IV in the contest "Singing star HCM City Television".
1999
  • Top 10 promising singer of light music center of Saigon.
2001
  • First prize voice and face of the young singer was loved by the afternoon of the 5th program for students voted.
2002
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 5th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
2003
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 6th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • The Platinum Award – Best male artist, Stage & Cinema magazine
  • Heart of Vietnam award
2004
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 7th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Gold Medal for the "Community Devotion" Award, Hanoi Culture Corporation and the Community Newspaper
2005
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 8th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 8th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Maple Leaf Award, Chief Embassy of Canada[28]
2006
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 9th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • The Platinum Award – Best style, Stage & Cinema magazine
  • Best Album, Gold Album music awards
2007
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 10th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best Male Artist, The 13th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Singer of the Year Contribution Award, The Thao & Van Hoa (Sport & Culture) newspaper
  • Best Album, Gold Album music awards
2008
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 11th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 11th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best Male Artist, The 14th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Silver Prize in Pop − ASEAN Golden Voice Festival Award
  • Silver Prize in Folk − ASEAN Golden Voice Festival Award
  • Best Album, Gold Album music awards
2009
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 12th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 12th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best Male Artist, The 15th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Concert of the year Contribution Award, The Thao & Van Hoa (Sport & Culture) newspaper
  • Contribution Award,Golden album awards
2010
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 13th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 13th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best Male Artist, The 16th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best Folk Singer, The 16th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), The 16th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best Male Artist, HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 1st Zing music awards
  • Top 10 song of the year, the 1st Zing music awards
  • Top 10 music video of the year, the 1st Zing music awards
  • Top 10 album of the year, the 1st Zing music awards
  • Best style, the 1st Zing music awards
  • Artist of the year, the 1st Zing music awards
  • Best album, Golden album award
2011
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 14th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Artist of the year, the 14th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best Male Artist, The 17th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), The 17th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best Artist, MTV Awards
  • Digital Online, MTV Awards
  • Best Male Artist, HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Runner-up, Just The Two Of Us ss1
  • Top 10 music video of the year, the 2nd Zing music awards
  • Top 10 album of the year, the 2nd Zing music awards
  • Best male artist, the 2nd Zing music awards
  • Artist of the year, the 2nd Zing music awards
2012
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 15th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best Male Artist, The 18th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), The 18th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best Male Artist, HTV Awards (HCMC Television Network)
  • Best male artist, the 3rd Zing music awards
2013
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 16th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), The 19th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Music icon, thebox.vn
  • Best song of October, Favorite song award
  • Best song of November, Favorite song award
  • Best song of the years, Favorite song award
2014
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), the 17th Blue Waves Musical Ceremony
  • Best artist (top 10 finalist), The 20th Golden Apricot Award, Working Class magazine
  • Best artist, VTV awards (Vietnam Television Network)
  • Best artist,POPS awards
  • Best artist,YAN Online Award (YOA awards)
  • Best artist,thebox.vn
Other
  • Best artist over ten years, Blue Waves Musical Ceremony[year needed]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Theriault, Denis C.; McLaughlin, Ken (2010-07-19), "Santa Clara police: Activist Ly Tong arrested in pepper spray attack on singer", San Jose Mercury News, retrieved 2010-07-20 

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