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Khong Tu Quynh

Khổng Tú Quỳnh
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Khổng Tú Quỳnh
Background information
Birth name Khổng Tú Quỳnh
Born (1991-11-22) November 22, 1991 (age 22)
Origin Vietnam
Genres Pop, Dance

Khổng Tú Quỳnh (born November 22, 1991 in Ho Chi Minh City) is a Vietnamese singer.[1] She is known for her role as one of the successful singer with the band teen pop, songs like '"strawberry cake shop", "Cold".

She is also a model of the teen magazine, teen advertising products. She is the singer's exclusive 'Newgen Entertainment'.

Career

Khong Tu Quynh became famous while acting in TV commercials. Her lively style attracts many young fans. She then signed a contract with NewGen. Her debut album Dau Tay’s Story was released on the August 9, 2009.

Album

  1. Strawberry's Story (2009)
  2. Try To Up (2009)
  3. Single No Boundaries (2010)
  4. Single Hurry (2010)
  5. Khong Tu Quynh Remix (2012)
  6. Forever With You (2012)
  7. Single Article Will Go (2012)
  8. Single Love You (2012)
  9. Single Feeling Of Love (2013)

Film

  1. Teen Princess and Tigers(2010)
  2. The color of love (2010)
  3. The Prophet 99 (2011)

Awards

* Second prize drama of the City
* Hot V teen of VTM magazine in 2006.
* The most impressive face generation the Web "8X Generation".
* Model of Muc Tim Magazine
* Music video of the year of Zing Music Awards 2010

References


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