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Winner of Masked Singer releases new MV

Vocal teacher and singer Ngọc Mai, winner of The Masked Singer Vietnam 2022, has released her latest MV (music video) featuring contemporary folk music.

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CONTEST WINNER: Vocal teacher and singer Ngọc Mai, winner of The Masked Singer Vietnam 2022, performs in her new MV, Theo Em Về Nhà (Returning Home), a production about love that uses Vietnamese folk melodies by young composer Công Tuyền. — Photo courtesy of the producer

HCM CITY — Vocal teacher and singer Ngọc Mai, winner of The Masked Singer Vietnam 2022, has released her latest MV (music video) featuring contemporary folk music.

The work features Theo Em Về Nhà (Returning Home), a song that uses Vietnamese folk melodies by young composer Công Tuyền.

It is part of the singer’s new album featuring Vietnamese songs about flowers and women. The album is expected to be released next year.

Mai worked with her producer, GUNG Production, to record and film the MV with a new style.

Vietnamese dances are used to highlight the song’s theme.

“My MV showcases a love story of tears and smiles with quality music. I hope to infuse my love for Vietnamese folk music to young fans,” said 36-year-old Mai, who began her career in 2002 in Huế City when she was at university.

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YOUTUBE HIT: Veteran singer Ngọc Mai’s new MV Theo Em Về Nhà (Returning Home) featuring Vietnamese folk music, was released on December 10, and has attracted nearly 300,000 views on YouTube. — Photo courtesy of the producer

The MV Theo Em Về Nhà was released on December 10, and has attracted nearly 300,000 views on YouTube.

Mai was the winner of The Masked Singer Vietnam 2022, a Vietnamese reality singing competition television series released last year on Hồ Chí Minh Television. The show has continuously entered the top trending shows on digital platforms thanks to its unique and creative ideas and the participation of talented vocalists.

Mai works for the HCM City Music Conservatory and is head of Bông Sen Arts Theatre’s Singing Troupe.

She has received several music prizes presented by TV and radio stations, and prestigious organisations, including two top prizes of Silver Medal at the National Music and Song Festival in 2009 and 2015 by the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism.

She has performed in several concerts in countries such as Canada, Japan, Korea, France, and the US.

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