Having moved from Hanoi to Ho Chi Minh city with the determination to become a singer, Hiếu inherited the “musical gene” from his father, who used to be the guitarist in a unprofessional band in Hanoi.
Hiếu’s voice is pure and gentle, yet it holds a deep kind of sadness - which is rarely seen in such a young singer - that’s why he was given the nickname of “young old lad”. Quốc Bảo - the editor of Hiếu’s 1st album - calls him “the rare clean singing voice” of the V-Pop industry.
His first studio album came out at the end of 2003, comprising songs from various songwriters (Bảo Chấn, Quốc Bảo, Quang Dũng, Quốc Trung, Đỗ Bảo), with “Đêm Tàn và Ngày Lên” being written and arranged by Lê Hiếu himself.
Edited by nglekhoi on 8 Dec 2012, 06:05
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