Young pop idol Orange of HCM City has released her latest music video (MV), Tôi Thất Tình (Ugly) after winning the Asian Supernova Award 2019 presented by the Hong Kong Asian – Pop Music Festival 2019 recently.
Young pop idol Orange won the Hong Kong Asian – Pop Music Festival’s Asian Supernova Award 2019 in Hong Kong last month. — Photohoahoctro.online
The MV is an electropop production by musician and producer Chau Dang Khoa in co-operation with his partner, the band Superbrothers.
The MV is about love and betrayal from the perspective of a young girl.
Orange and her producers worked for several months in the studio to make her new MV “to serve my fans, who have supported me from zero to glory today”, said the 23-year-old singer.
Orange, whose real name is Khuong Hoan My, began her professional career in HCM City in 2014, after performing in a TV reality show produced by HCM City Television.
In 2017, Orange and her own band, Quýt & Nho (Orange & Grape), won first prize in the singing contest organised by Vinh Long Television Station.
Last year, she became a phenomenon in the industry after releasing her MV, Người Lạ Ơi (Stranger), a production of Khoa and Superbrothers.
In the MV, Orange performs with rapper Karik. Both sing Vietnamese pop in a different style than young singers.
Người Lạ Ơi attracted more than 50 million views in just 13 days after its release on YouTube.
The song helped Orange bring home several top prizes presented by leading television stations and music online channels and websites.
In December, Orange performed and won the Mnet Asian Music Awards’Best New Asian Artist in Korea.
She sang her new song Tôi Thất Tình at the Hong Kong Asian – Pop Music Festival 2019 last month. She also covered Secret Love Song by Little Mix.
She won the Hong Kong Asian – Pop Music Festival’s Asian Supernova Award 2019 after beating nine competitors from different countries.
“My fans and I together will bring Vietnamese music to the world,” said Orange at the festival’s prize award ceremony.
Orange’s latest MV, Tôi Thất Tình, attracted more than 250,000 views on YouTube a week after its release on the channel.