Quang Vinh

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Quang Vinh
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Background information
Birth nameTrần Quang Vinh
Born (1982-05-18) May 18, 1982 (age 37)
OriginHo Chi Minh City, Vietnam
GenresPop
InstrumentsVocals
LabelsQuang Vinh Productions

Trần Quang Vinh (born 18 May 1982 in Ho Chi Minh City), also known by his stage name Quang Vinh, is a Vietnamese pop singer.[1]

Apparently, he's still active.

In 2016, he made a comeback with the role of Duc Duy in the movie Tinh Giac Toi Thay Minh Trong Ai, as well as joined many gameshows and introduced new song Dieu Buon Tenh which quickly reached 2 million views in short time.

Biography[edit]

He was born in May 18th 1982 in Ho Chi Minh City, Viet Nam. In spite of not from a family with art tradition, he was soon to show his music talent. During elementary school's last years, he was sent to District 1's Children House to become a member of Son Ca Singing Team. He and his fellows appeared in almost any children's music shows on TV or music contests for children.

In 1998, he went to the US to study at Monsignor Bonner Highschool, Pennsylvania. However, he decided to come back to Vietnam to be a singer in 2000. He signed a contract with Kim Loi Studio and released his first album Nhung Ngay Xua Yeu Dau in 2001.

He was famous among children audiences for some songs like: Me Hien Yeu Dau, Cho Con, Thanh Bom, Tay Du Ky, Trang Tron, Tuoi Cua Trang, Heal The World, Con Voi, Co Giao Moi. Ever since, he was named Hoang Tu Son Ca from children audiences.

Professional singing career[edit]

Years later, when he's grown up and being in highschool, he temporarily stopped singing to focus on studying, as he chose to study abroad.

After coming back to Vietnam, he signed exclusive contract with Kim Loi Studio. During the time under the contract, he released 3 albums: Nhung Ngay Xua Yeu Dau, Noi Voi Em..., Phai Dau Cuoc Tinh, Dong Song Mua Dong...Lang Quen Cuoc Tinh.

Early 2003, after expired contract with Kim Loi Studio, he decided to rebrand his music style alongside building a new image and released new album Vol. 4.

The music video of Tinh Yeu Tim Thay consisted of 2 versions: a VCD version and online version directed by director Phan Dien which was entirely filmed in Ha Noi at famous locations like The Huc Bridge, Van Mieu, Ta Hien town, Long Bien Bridge, Big Church, Mot Cot Temple, West Lake,... and the version on VTV Bai Hat Toi Yeu which was directed Huynh Phuc Dien in Nha Trang with the appearance of Tang Thanh Ha.

The album Tinh Yeu Tim Thay was a collection of his favorite songs ever, that later brought him many awards: Potential Artist award of Green Wave Award 2003, Platinum Star Award 2003, and VTV Bai Hat Toi Yeu Award 2003.

He also successfully held his first liveshow Tinh Yeu Tim Thay in Ha Noi with the attendance of up to 10,000 audiences. Following was the anniversary liveshow Hoang Tu Son Ca - Vao Doi at Lan Anh Club, Ho Chi Minh City.

Several next albums continued to gain much success such as: Mien Cat Trang, Danh Roi Tinh Yeu, Ngay Khong Voi Va, Spring collection: Xuan (Loi Tinh Xuan), Ha (Ve Keu), Thu (Chuyen Ngay Hom Qua), Dong (Anh Ru Em Ngu),...

In 2007, he collaborated with Bao Thy for the album Ngoi Nha Hoa Hong, as the released copies were up to 100,000 along many hit songs: Ngoi Nha Hoa Hong, Diu Dang Den Tung Phut Giay, Neu Luc Truoc Em Dung Toi,...soon they became most favorite duo among young audiences.

The duo albums Day & Night was released in 2008 and helped him win Golden Album Award for Favorite Album award.

In November 11th 2016, he made a comeback after 3 year hiatus with the single Dieu Buon Tenh.

Filmography[edit]

He used to sign contract with TFS Films and starred as teacher Gia in the drama Nu Sinh which was demonstrated from 3 famous novel of the author Nguyen Nhat Anh.

In 2016, he made a new comeback for the role Duc Duy in the movie Tinh Giac Toi Thay Minh Trong Ai which was produced by Chi Pu.

Discography[edit]

  • Day & Night (2CD) (2008)
  • Ngôi Nhà Hoa Hồng (CD) (2008)
  • Anh Ru Em Ngủ (CD + VCD) (2007)
  • Chuyện Ngày Hôm Qua (CD + VCD) (2006)
  • Tự tin nói lời yêu thương (Single) (2006)
  • Ve Kêu (CD) (2006)
  • Lời Tình Xuân (CD) (2006)
  • Giữ Mãi Một Tình Yêu (CD) (2005)
  • Đánh Rơi Tình Yêu (CD) (2004)
  • Ngày Không Vội Vã (CD, VCD) (2004)
  • Miền Cát Trắng (CD) (2003)
  • Vào Đời (CD + VCD) (2003)
  • Tình Yêu Tìm Thấy (CD, VCD, Karaoke) (2003)
  • Xin Đừng Hoài Nghi (VCD, DVD, Karaoke) (2002)
  • Dòng Sông Mùa Đông - Lãng Quên Cuộc Tình (CD) (2002)
  • Nói Với Em - Phai Dấu Cuộc Tình (CD, VCD, Karaoke) (2002)
  • Những Ngày Xưa Yêu Dấu (CD, VCD, Karaoke) (2001)

Awards and honors[edit]

  • 2006: Favourite Album (Ve Kêu) - Chương trình Sắc màu âm nhạc (Colour of Music) (May 2006)
  • 2006: Favourite Song voted by Audience ("Tự tin nói lời yêu thương") - Chương trình Nhạc Việt (Viet Music) (February 2006)
  • 2006: Favourite Artist - Chương trình Nhạc Việt (Viet Music) (February 2006)
  • 2006: Favourite Album ("Giữ Mãi Một Tình Yêu") - Chương trình sắc màu âm nhạc (Colour of Music) (January 2006)
  • 2005: Favourite Music Video for Miền Cát Trắng - VTV Bài hát tôi yêu
  • 2004: Làn Sóng Xanh Music Award for Miền Cát Trắng
  • 2003: Best New Artist - Làn Sóng Xanh Music Award
  • 2003: Best New Artist - Plantinum Star Music Award
  • 2003: Favourite Music Video for Tình Yêu Tìm Thấy - VTV Bài hát tôi yêu

Trivia[edit]

Quang Vinh's favourite artists include Mariah Carey and Thanh Lam.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Quang Vinh cô đơn đến mức buồn hiu". VnExpress (in Vietnamese). 11 August 2008. Retrieved 24 March 2012.