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Still a pop freshman, Sukie Chung has already earned comparisons to Lady Gaga and Gwen Stefani for her strong presence and charisma on stage. The younger sister of Canto-pop singer Sherman Chung proved her diva potential in two major TV singing contest shows in Taiwan and Mainland China. In November 2010, Sukie has come up with her debut album showcasing her unique attitude and versatility in music. Before the launch of the album, the record company even splashed money on the publication of a fashion magazine entitled S, which is edited by the style-savvy newcomer.

Sukie prides herself on being different and adventurous. Backed by producers Sandee Chan, Daniel Bi, Carl Wong, and Li Quan, the “unusual” debut album builds upon a punk rock-based sound with elements of retro dance music and hip-hop. Tailor-made for her by Sandee Chan, the main plug Wanna Want You is a duet with JR of Taiwan dance group K ONE. Other featured songs on the album include Material Lover (penned by Sukie) and her cover of Lady Gaga’s hit single Poker Face

Material Lover Single:
01. Material Lover
02. 不一样

Not The Same/ 钟舒祺-不一样:
01. Wanna Want You (feat. JR)
02. Material Lover
03. 皮在癢
04. 柔軟度
05. Poker Face
06. Runway
07. 可樂少女
08. 不一樣
09. Home Sweet Home

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