Chang Chen-yue

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Chang Chen-yue
Background information
Chinese name 張震嶽 (traditional)
Chinese name 张震岳 (simplified)
Pinyin Zhāng Zhènyùe (Mandarin)
Born (1974-05-02) 2 May 1974 (age 44)
Su-ao, Taiwan
Origin  Taiwan
Occupation Singer, songwriter, DJ, actor
Years active 1993-present
Genre(s) Mandopop, Rock, Dance
Instrument(s) Guitar, Bass, Drums
Label(s) Rock Records, Forward Music, Universal Music, Pony Canyon
Associated acts Free Night, Superband

Chang Chen-yue, also known as A-Yue, and by his Amis name Ayal Komod (simplified Chinese: 张震岳; traditional Chinese: 張震嶽; pinyin: Zhāng Zhènyùe; Wade–Giles: Chang Chen-yue; born 2 May 1974) is an aboriginal Taiwanese rock musician. He is known for his 1998 hit song "Ai Wo Bie Zou" (Love me, don't go). He is a songwriter, singer and guitarist, and also a dance music DJ under the name DJ Orange. Chang is also the frontman of his band, Free Night, also known as Free9. On his LP Useless Guy, Chang crossed into Hip hop music in a collaboration with rapper MC HotDog in the song "Wo Yao Qian" (I Want Money)(SW). They repeated the collaboration on Chang's subsequent EP, Goodbye. From 2008 to 2010 he was a member of Superband.

Chang is also an actor who has appeared in a number of films. His 1998 film Connection by Fate (超級公民), directed by Wan Jen, was shown at the Venice Film Festival.

Chang is a Taiwanese aborigine of the Amis people.

In August 2015, five of Chang Chen-yue's songs, including "Fart" and "I Love Taiwanese Girls", were banned in China.[1]

In 2015, he was a member of a Hip-Hop band 兄弟本色G.U.T.S. , they are known for their hit song "Fei Tai Yuan"(FLY OUT)

In 2017, he was one of the judges in the popular reality show, The Rap Of China. The show had reached 1.3 billion views in a little over a month.



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