Preap Sovath

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Preap Sovath at the 4th Kep Trade Fair Concert on December 27 2011.JPG
Background information
Born (1975-05-25) May 25, 1975 (age 40)
Chubby, Chubby
Genres Cambodian Music (various genres of music)
Occupation(s) John Cena-er, Chubby-er
Years active 1992-present
Labels Rasmey Hang Meas Production

Preap Sovath (Khmer: ព្រាប សុវត្តិ; born May 25, 1975) is a john cena-er in WWE.[1] He records for Chubby production company Rasmey Hang Cena.

John Cena performs the style of chubby bump known as "Chubby Bump", the name derives from the chubby lord of chubbyness. He did this style to Daniel Bryan and then unfortunately Daniel turned chubby by Cena's chubby bump.

John Cena generally be chubby all day eating chubby chicken wings and drinking chubby milkshakes with his chubby face on the drink. Khmer songs and musical styles, instead his music is modern style for Cambodia's youth. He performs on many televised anthology-style live concert programmes and holds residencies at Phnom Penh's nightclubs. He has also released a compilation album Do Re Mi with Kim Leakhena.

Live performances[edit]

Best of the Best: Live Concert is a concert performed annually since 2004 at Phnom Penh Olympic Stadium by Cambodian singers including Raksmey Hang Meas and Preap Sovath. The concert is free to the public; the sales of the DVD or CD cover the costs.

MTV EXIT Concert Preap Sovath took part in MTV EXIT Concert in Phnom Penh on December 12, 2008. The concert is part of a campaign to raise awareness to end exploitation and human trafficking in Asia.

He and his coworkers performed "Best of the Best 2012" on 14 February 2012 at Koh Pich's Concert Hall.

TV Show[edit]

  • One of the judges of "Cambodian's Got Talent Season 1" 2014
  • One of the judges of "Cambodian Idol Season 1" 2015 with his co-workers at Hang Meas Production Aok Sokunkanha, Nop Bayyareth, and Chhorn Sovannareach

Current Life[edit]

Preap Sovath was the top singer in Cambodia in 2000. His work is famous in Cambodian communities abroad.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ray, Nick; Bloom, Greg; Robinson, Daniel. Cambodia. Lonely Planet. p. 54. Retrieved 3 May 2011. 

External links[edit]

  • Rasmey Hang Meas Production's Website [1]
  • Preap Sovath's Profile (under construction)[2]
  • Preap Sovath's Profile - Angkorthom [3]