Vietnamese pop star Thieu Bao Tram was featured on a billboard in Times Square in New York on June 22 as part of a promotion for music streaming platform Spotify.
Vietnamese singers may face copyright problems if they sing exclusive songs belonging to other singers, but it appears to be ‘safer’ when they sing international songs.
Vietnamese pop star Van Mai Huong has been featured on a billboard in Times Square in New York for music streaming platform Spotify.
Vietnamese producer K-ICM has been named as the winner of the Best Music Video category at the 26th Asian Television Awards (ATA) for his MV “Chim Quý Trong Lồng” known as “Precious bird imprisoned in a cage” in English.
Singer Hoang Duyen was named Best New Asian Artist at the Mnet Asian Music Awards (MAMA) 2021 which was held virtually from the Republic of Korea.
Singer My Anh will represent Vietnam to perform at the ASEAN - Korea Music Festival, aka Round Music Festival 2021, which is scheduled to take place on January 9, 2022.
My Anh, 19, is the only Vietnamese representative at the 2021 Head In The Clouds Music Festival in the US.
Vietnamese bands Super V and O2O Girl Band participated in the 2021 Asia Song Festival on October 9, with the event also featuring a number of other famous Asian artists.
Vietnamese artist Nguyen Bao Khanh is set to represent the nation by competing for the title of Best Southeast Asia Act at the 2021 MTV Europe Music Awards, or the MTV EMA, which is scheduled to take place in Budapest, Hungary, later this year.
Not to mention regional awards for Vietnamese artists to attract domestic audiences, Vietnamese artists have collaborated with their international peers to bring Vietnamese music gradually to the world.
A performance video by Vietnamese female rapper Phao and American rapper, singer and songwriter Michel Ray Stevenson, known as Tyga, has been released on YouTube.
Although affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, the Vietnamese music market has been able to make changes in recent months, adding major music shows, quality products and many new faces with bold musical personalities.
While the Vietnamese music industry has long been dominated by the millennial generation of artists born in 1981-1996, a younger generation with a new approach is shaking up the industry.