Dec 05, 2014 / 15:16

My Tam named Top 10 Most admired Female Singers in Asia

The Hanoitimes - Vietnamese pop star My Tam has been chosen as one of the most admired female singers in Asia by Top 10 of Asia website.

“My Tam, born in Da Nang, is a Vietnamese sweetheart who is hailed as the Queen of V-Pop for her ability to fill up an entire stadium with people through her star power.”, said the official website.
 
 
My Tam boasts a three-octave vocal range and has been praised for her capability to sing live while still performing complex dance moves. 
Having almost gone to the Military School of Art in Hanoi, lady luck diverted her to the Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory where she studied vocal training, the website also stressed.
Recognised in Vietnam for her vocal skills, she became the first Vietnamese singer to participate in the Asia Song Festival of 2004 in Seoul, South Korea.
My Tam has a three-octave vocal range. She once sang a note for 13 seconds.
She is a mezzo-soprano with a deep, powerful and clear voice that fits her into a variety of genres, including pop, dance and rock.
In her live shows and concert tours, she sings 20-30 songs, and maintains a strong and passionate voice.
Her best-known songs are "Hoạ Mi Tóc Nâu" (Brown-Haired Nightingale) and "Ước Gì" (I Wish).
Other notable songs include "Hát Với Dòng Sông" (Singing with the River), "Giấc mơ Tình Yêu" (Dream of love), "Dường như ta đã" (We Seemed to Be...), "Tóc Nâu Môi Trầm" (Brown Hair, Dark Lips), "Tình Xót Xa Thôi" (Bitter love), "Đường Xưa" (Old Road) and "Yêu Dại Khờ" (Foolish Love).
Besides, My Tam established the My Tam (MT) Foundation, a charity that operates on contributions from MT Entertainment, her fans, and others on 4 April 2008.
"Nâng bước ngày mai" ("Sustain the Steps of Tomorrow") is a prominent, long-term project that has reached cities and regions including Ho Chi Minh City, Huế, Da Nang, Nghệ An, Gia Lai, Bình Định, Phú Yên, Cần Thơ, Đắk Lắk, An Giang and Hà Tĩnh. The project builds houses for the poor, and also provides scholarships with students from disadvantaged background.
Shortly after the website posted the announcement, My Tam’s fans have quickly sent congratulations to her.
Before holding a big concert titled "For life" in Hanoi with more than 25 thousand spectators following a highly successful live performance in Ho Chi Minh City, she was honored to receive ‘Asian Music Legend Award’ in Malaysia for her contributions to Vietnamese music in particular and Asian music in general.
Other famous singers on the list are Tata Young (Amita Marie Young) - Thailand, YUI (Yui Yoshioka) -Japan, Siti Nurhaliza (Siti Nurhaliza binti Tarudin) – Malaysia, Agnes Monica (Agnes Monica Muljoto) -Indonesia, Regine Velasquez (Regina Encarnacion Ansong Velasquez) - Philippines, BoA (Kwon Bo Ah) -South Korea, Lea Salonga (Maria Lea Carmen Imutan Salonga) - Philippines, Rainie Yang (Yang Chenglin) -Taiwan, Faye Wong (Wang Fei) - China.