Amee (singer)

Trần Huyền My,[1] also known as Amee (born March 23, 2000) is a Vietnamese singer. She first gained audiences attention in 2019 when she released her debut song "Anh Nhà Ở Đâu Thế" ("Boy, Where do you live?").[2] She is best known for being the first solo female artist from St.319 Entertainment.[3][4] She is the youngest Vietnamese artist to have won at the MAMA Awards for "Best New Asian Artist in Vietnam".[5][6]

Amee
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Amee in 2020
Born (2000-03-23) March 23, 2000 (age 21)
Hanoi, Vietnam
Nationality Vietnam
Occupation
Height158 cm (5 ft 2 in)
AwardsMnet Asian Music Awards
Musical career
OriginHanoi, Vietnam
Genres
Instruments
  • Vocals
Years active2018 (2018)–present (present)
LabelsSt.319 Entertainment
Websitewww.facebook.com/ameest319/
YouTube information
Channel
Years active2020-present
Genre
Subscribers102K
Total views7,274,649
NetworkST.319 Entertainment
YouTube Silver Play Button 2.svg 100,000 subscribers 2021

Updated: 5 March 2021
Signature
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Engaged in a musical career since 2018, Amee has a clear voice, and managed to quickly reach young audiences and become popular on social networks. The artist notably proposes a combination of tradition and modernity in her songs with the desire to bring Vietnamese music into world trends.[7]

In addition to "Anh nhà đâu thế?", Amee is also known for her songs "Đen đá không đường" ("Black-Iced-Coffee"), "Sao anh chưa về nhà?" ("Why don't you come home?"),[8] and "Mama Boy". In December 2020, she released her first album dreAMEE and performed the first live acoustic show of the same name with the idea of "healing" her fans with her soft music during the anxious period of the COVID-19 pandemic.[9][10]

Before winning an award at the MAMA 2020, Amee had already been honored with several national awards such as "Best Video of the Year" at the Metub WebTV Asia Awards 2019, "Best Song" at the Green Wave Awards 2019, "Top 10 Music Video in Vietnam" at YouTube Rewind 2019,[11] "Best New Artist" at the Zing Music Awards 2019 and "New Revelation of the Year" at the Dedication Music Award 2020.[12][13]

Life and careerEdit

Early lifeEdit

Amee was born on March 23, 2000 in Hanoi. She was recruited by St.319 Entertainment as a trainee when she was 15 and was one of the first idols in Vietnam to have underwent a training period of four years. During her trainee period, she made an appearance in Nguyễn Trọng Tài, San Ji and Double X's music video "HongKong1".[14]

Career beginnings (2018-2019)Edit

On October 15, 2018, Amee made her official label debut with her appearance in fellow label group Monstar's "Nếu Mai Chia Tay".[15]

Amee then was formally introduced as a solo artist on March 13, 2019 with her solo debut teaser "dreAMEE (intro)"[16] releasing on April 1, 2019. Her first title track "Anh Nhà Ở Đâu Thế" featuring B Ray released on April 3, 2019 which after two days, garnered 2.5 million views on YouTube and was trending second on YouTube Vietnam.[17]

On April 14, 2019, Amee again collaborated with rapper B Ray with song "Ex's Hate Me" which gained her popularity within the Vietnamese community as the song garnered popularity on the YouTube charts five days after the song's release.[18] She then collaborated with Kay Tran on April 22, 2019 with Phố Hàng Nóng.

On May 9, 2019, Amee's second single "Đen Đá Không Đường" which featured B Ray in the Music Video. The video was trending 3rd on YouTube Vietnam. Nine days after on May 18, 2019 also marked the first audio release of Amee's with her single "dreAMEE" releasing as a timed exclusive on VNG Corporation's music streaming service Zing MP3.[19] The single was then eventually distributed on international streaming services and music storefronts Spotify, iTunes and Apple Music on July 30, 2019.[20]

Amee marked her first OST debut with Andiez, on July 15, 2019 with Anh Đánh Rơi Người Yêu Này for movie Thật Tuyệt Vời Khi Ở Bên Em. Her fourth collaboration was also released on September 12, 2019 with OSad for "Dấu Yêu Vô Hình".

Amee released her fourth title track on October 13, 2019 with "Trời Giấu Trời Mang Đi". The song featured retired professional League of Legends player and popular Vietnamese internet streamer ViruSs, who wrote the song's music and lyrics. This marked ViruSs' first composed track to be released to the public. "Trời Giấu Trời Mang Đi" was also Amee's biggest breakthrough, garnering 4.5 million views in two days and being Amee's first song to top YouTube trending in Vietnam.[21]

On December 5, 2019, Amee marked her first win in the Vietnamese Music Awards industry for Best Collaboration Music Video of The Year at the METUB WebTVAsia Awards 2019.[22]

Award wins, first album debut dreAMEE (2020-present)Edit

Amee continued her award-winning streak on January 9, 2020 at the annual Zing Music Awards (ZMA) for the Best Rookie of the Year award. A week later, on January 18, 2020, her second appearance in an OST was released with Huynh James, titled "Giận Muốn Chết Đến Tết Cũng Quên" for "30 Chưa Phải Là Tết'. During Lunar New Year festivities, Amee also appeared with rookies Han Sara and Xesi to sing Tết Đón Xuân Về at the annual Lunar New Year "Gala Nhac Viet" music show.[23]

On February 14, 2020, Amee was featured on B Ray's album Loser2Love in the track "Do For Love". The music video was a hit, with the video trending 2nd on YouTube Vietnam for two days. Another featuring track with Amee was released two weeks later, on February 25, 2020 with Lou Hoang and Rhymastic for "1000x(Ngàn Lần)".

Amee scored her third win at a music award show on March 3, 2020 at SCTV2's Làn Sóng Xanh awards for the "Top 10 Most Liked Songs in 2019".[24]

Amee then released her fourth single "Sao Anh Chưa Về Nhà" featuring labelmate and rapper Ricky Star. This music video trended at number 1 on YouTube Vietnam.[25]

Her fifth award was given at the "Giải thưởng Âm nhạc Cống hiến" event (translated as "Prize for Music Devotees", somewhat equivalent to Vietnamese Grammys) for Best New Artist of the Year.

On June 18, 2020, Amee released her fifth single "Yêu Thì Yêu Không Yêu Thì Yêu" which was also announced to be the main title track for her new album dreAMEE. The title track is Amee's first promoted track not featuring any other artist, and was trending 1st on YouTube Vietnam for two days. DreAMEE was released on June 28, 2020.[26]

On December 6, 2020, Amee was awarded the "Best New Asian Artist Vietnam" in MAMA 2020.[5]

DiscographyEdit

AlbumEdit

Title Album Details Tracklist
dreAMEE
Tracklist
  1. "dreAMEE (intro)"
  2. "Anh Nhà Ở Đâu Thế" (Solo ver.)
  3. "Yêu Thì Yêu Không Yêu Thì Yêu"
  4. "Đen Đá Không Đường" (ft B Ray)
  5. "Mama Boy"
  6. "Trời Giấu Trời Mang Đi" (ft ViruSs)
  7. "Ex's Hate Me 2" (ft B Ray)
  8. "Sao Anh Chưa Về Nhà" (ft Ricky Star)
  9. "Xuân, Hạ, Thu, Đông, Rồi Lại Xuân"
  10. "G9 (outro)"

FilmographyEdit

Year Name Role Note Ref(s)
2021 The Guardian Huyen First role [27]

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year Award Category Nominated Result
2019 Vlive Awards 2019 Rising Star Amee Nominated
V Fanship Community Amee and fan
METUB WebTVAsia Awards 2019 Best R&B music video "Đen Đá Không Đường"
Best music video "Anh Nhà Ở Đâu Thế"
Best pop music video
Collab music video of the year "Trời Giấu Trời Mang Đi" Won[28][29]
2020 Zing Music Awards 2019 Discovery of the year Amee
Favorite female artist Nominated
Favorite pop/ballad song "Anh Nhà Ở Đâu Thế"
Most popular R&B/soul song "Anh Đánh Rơi Người Yêu Này"
Đen Đá Không Đường
"Anh Đánh Rơi Người Yêu Này"
Most popular soundtrack
WeChoice Awards 2019 Breakthrough singer Amee
Music video of the year Anh Nhà Ở Đâu Thế
Green Wave 2019 Top 10 favorite songs Won[30]
New outstanding artist Amee Nominated
Dedication Music Award 2020 New artist of the year Won[31]
Music video of the year Anh Nhà Ở Đâu Thế Nominated
Song of the year
Mnet Asian Music Awards(MAMA) 2020 Best new artist in Vietnam Amee Won[32][33][34]
2021 Star of the year 2020 Female music star
Green Wave 2020 Female artist of the year
Collaboration of the year Amee, Ricky Star, Lyly, TDK, Hứa Kim Tuyền
Album of the year dreAMEE
Music video of the year "Sao Anh Chưa Về Nhà" Nominated
Breakthrough singer Amee
Zing Music Awards 2020 Most popular female artist
WeChoice Awards 2020 Breakthrough singer
Dedication Music Award 2021 Artist of the year
Album of the year dreAMEE
Music video of the year "Yêu Thì Yêu Không Yêu Thì Yêu"

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