Da Mouth at 2007 Taipei IT Month
|Pinyin||Dà Zuǐ Bā (Mandarin)|
|Genre(s)||Mandopop, hip-hop, urban|
|Label(s)||Universal Music Taiwan|
DJ Chung Hua
Da Mouth (Chinese: 大嘴巴; pinyin: dà zuǐ bā; literally: "Big Mouth") was a Taiwanese hip hop band made up of MC40, DJ Chung Hua, male vocalist Harry, and female vocalist Aisa. They were formed in 2007 and disbanded in 2016. They are considered the Asian The Black Eyed Peas due to the group's diversity. The band's Chinese band name directly translates into "big mouth". Their English band name is derived from the concatenation of the Chinese character for "big" 大, which when romanized using pinyin becomes "dà", and the translation of the second half of their Chinese band name. They released their self-titled debut album Da Mouth on 16 November 2007.
- Chung Hua - Taiwanese / Japanese - DJ
- Harry (張懷秋) - Taiwanese (mixed Korean) - male lead vocalist
- MC40 (薛仕凌) - Taiwanese - MC/Rapper
- Aisa Senda (千田愛紗) - Japanese - female lead vocalist
Harry grew up in San Mateo County, California, located around San Francisco. MC40 was raised in Vancouver, Canada. He writes most of Da Mouth's lyrics on the album and is considered one of the best and fastest rappers in Taiwan with his multi-language rapping ability. Aisa was born in Japan, and was originally a member of Sunday Girls from the popular Taiwanese television program Super Sunday before she joined the group. DJ Chung Hua moved to Japan with his parents at the age of 14. He is known as the producer of the group and he had won many DJ awards internationally.
Their debut album titled Da Mouth was released on 16 November 2007. In 2010 they released their third album One Two Three (万凸3). The lead track "喇舌" is listed at number 42 on Hit Fm Taiwan's Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart (Hit-Fm年度百首單曲) for 2010.
|Album Information||Track listing|
|王元口力口 (Wang Yuan Kou Li Kou)(player)
|万凸3 (One Two Three)
|有事嗎？ (Back To The Future)
Awards and nominations
|2008||19th Golden Melody Awards||Best Singing Group||Da Mouth for Da Mouth||Won|||
|2011||22nd Golden Melody Awards||Best Singing Group||Da Mouth for One Two Three||Won|||
- (Chinese) GIO, Taiwan 19th Golden Melody Awards winners list 16 October 2008. Retrieved 2011-06-12
- (Chinese) GIO, Taiwan 22nd Golden Melody Awards winners list 20 June 2011. Retrieved 2011-06-20
- (Chinese) Universal Music Taiwan Da Mouth profile Archived April 19, 2008, at the Wayback Machine.
- (Chinese) HITO Radio Hit Fm Annual Top 100 Singles Chart- 2010 (#1 to 50) Retrieved 2011-05-10
|Wikimedia Commons has media related to Da Mouth.|
- (Chinese) Da Mouth@Universal Music Taiwan