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Chinawut Indracusin was born on August 13, 1989 in Bangkok, Thailand. Chin is half French(Mom) and half Thai(Dad) and he has one little sister named Sophie. Chin can speak several languages such as: English, Thai, French and a little bit of Chinese. As a true lover in music and dance, he pursued his career in the Music Industry at GMM-Grammy. Chin first started out in a group called BIG 3 which included members of G-Junior who were, Guy Ellis and Jay Rittichoo. At a young age, Chin wasn’t too satisfied with the fame that he received but with determination, practice, and the support from his family&friends, he never gave up. In 2006, Chin appeared on an album called 10 Club along with 9 other chosen G-Junior members. With his interests in hats, it wasn’t too hard to identify where he was. In the album 10 Club, Chin shows off his hot style and sings ‘Khon Mai Naruk’ which grabs every girls attention to scream their heads off. After the promotion of the G-JR crew which included: brother duo(Golf-Mike), Chin, Guy, Jay, Ken, Ice, Nut, Happy and Madiow. Everyone split to go do their own thing. In 2007, Chin released his first solo album called ‘Chin Up.’ With hard work comes satisfaction, Chin received many hits on his released singles, ‘Pak Mai Trong Gub Jai’ & ‘Chun Jaa Bpai Gub Tur’. Chin has become Thailand’s Most Popular Teen Artist. Trying to bring something new to the table for Thailand, Chin categorizes his music as R&B. With big idols such as USHER and Michael Jackson, they motivate him to try to become a great artist.

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