Nguyễn Khoa Tóc Tiên (Vietnamese: [tɐwk͡p̚˧ˀ˦ tiɜŋ˧]; born 13 May 1989),[1] known simply as Tóc Tiên, is a Vietnamese recording artist, model and Actor. Beginning her career as a child, Tiên later became a teen idol, participating in several singing competitions and releasing two studio albums: Nụ cười nắng mai (2007) and Tóc Tiên thiếu nữ (2008). Her third solo album, My Turn (2009), projects a new, sexually-charged image which she adopted while living in the United States and performing frequently on Thúy Nga Productions' variety show, Paris by Night. Tiên appeared in the first season of the television series, The Remix, in 2015. The show gave her an opportunity to perform "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)", the song which brought her success and later became one of her signature hits. Subsequent singles, notably "Em không là duy nhất" and "#Catena", were moderately successful.

Tóc Tiên
Tóc Tiên, wearing glasses and a black dress
Tóc Tiên on the set of Giọng ải giọng ai in 2016
Background information
Birth nameNguyễn Khoa Tóc Tiên
Born (1989-05-13) 13 May 1989 (age 30)
Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
GenresPop
Instruments
  • Vocals
Years active1993–present
LabelsThúy Nga
Associated acts

Tiên made her film debut in Già gân, mỹ nhân và găng tơ (2015), and has signed numerous endorsement deals. On television, she hosted Bài hát Việt in 2008 and was a judge on The Voice of Vietnam and Vietnam Idol Kids. Her accolades include three Làn Sóng Xanh Awards, two Yan Vpop 20 Awards, an Mnet Asian Music Award, a Zing Music Award, an LGBT Appreciation Award and a Vietnamese Elle Style Award.

Early life and careerEdit

FamilyEdit

Nguyễn Khoa Tóc Tiên was born to Nguyễn Trung Kiên, a businessman, and Kim Loan, a former ballet dancer and aerobics instructor, and raised in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam.[2][3] Her wealthy family focused on education for generations and employed a strict parenting style, particularly her mother.[4][2][3] Tiên has defended her mother's strictness, saying that she was protecting her from the risks of entering show business at an early age.[2][3][5] The singer has two younger brothers, one of whom received a President's Education Award in 2015.[6]

Early careerEdit

Tiên was four when her family discovered her singing ability and allowed her to join the performing group of the Children's House of Ho Chi Minh City.[2][1] She began booking singing and modeling jobs, appearing in several music videos while being managed by her mother.[2][1][7][8] For her first singing competition Đi tìm Ngôi sao Close-Up at the age of 13, she claimed she was 18 to meet their entry requirements.[9][1] After she was one of the show's twelve finalists, Tiên supported musician Thế Hiến on his 2002 nationwide Đợi chờ trong cơn mưa concert tour, which marked her debut as an adult singer.[1]

In September 2003, Tiên signed up for the music competition Yo! Cùng ước mơ xanh and added two years to her age.[10][1] The show ended with four winners—Tóc Tiên, Nam Cường, Minh Thư and Viết Thanh—joining a short-lived group, Yo! Band;[10] its members later went on to have solo careers.[11] Tiên began studying biology at Lê Hồng Phong High School, one of Vietnam's most prestigious high schools, in 2004.[12] Although her grades were generally good until her graduation in 2007, they sometimes suffered due to her work schedule.[12] The singer took vocal lessons at the city's conservatory and played for her district's volleyball team.[13]

She was the Most Notable Face in Người đẹp qua ảnh, a 2005 Fujifilm modeling contest,[14] and was recognized for songs such as "Tuổi teen tóc mây", "Rock học trò" and "Cô bé tóc xù".[15][16] Tiên made her acting debut when she was the first actress to portray doctor Đặng Thùy Trâm for a segment aired on the VTV3 talk show Người đương thời.[13][17] She later participated in Tiếng hát truyền hình toàn quốc giải Sao Mai, her third singing competition; this surprised many since Tiên was an established performer at the time.[18][19] "I came to the competition to prove myself, not to test my abilities," she said.[19] One of eighteen Southern finalists, Tiên sang Đỗ Bảo's "Bài hát cho em" on 19 November 2005, live show but lost.[18]

Tiên contributed vocals to two tracks on Quốc Bảo's 2006 album V, including "Chung thân", the song that was later included in Ngọc Hiệp-directed short film Con rối.[20] During an interview, the singer announced that an album was in the works and she would take a year off from singing to prepare for the national university-entrance examination.[21] Tiên said several times that she wanted to be a doctor, with her singing career a "side job".[21][13] Her mother scheduled the album's recording for the summer to ensure that her daughter could focus on studying.[3] The singer released her debut album, Nụ cười nắng mai, in February 2007.[22][23] After the July examination, Tiên was not admitted to her first-choice school, Ho Chi Minh City Medicine and Pharmacy University's Faculty of Medicine, and opted for the university's Faculty of Traditional Medicine.[24][3][25]

In May 2008, Tiên began co-hosting the fourth season of Bài hát Việt with Anh Tuấn and Lại Văn Sâm.[26][27][28] Quốc Bảo, Phương Uyên and other songwriters were enlisted for her second album, Tóc Tiên thiếu nữ, which was scheduled for release in June.[29] Tiên undertook her first high-school tour Tóc Tiên và những giấc mơ in September, traveling to six schools in Ho Chi Minh City, Đồng Nai Province and Hanoi.[30] In a 2014 interview for Elle Man Vietnam, Tóc Tiên stated that her childhood was "definitely different from [her] peers." She added: "Besides the pressuring study at school, I was following a singing career, I had to do photoshoots, interviews, etc. When my friends were having their days off, I was taking advantage of my time to do homework backstage at concerts or film studios."[31]

Move to the United StatesEdit

 
Tiên at the 2011 Miss Vietnam of Southern California beauty pageant

Early in 2009, Tiên rushed to finish a collaborative album with her long-time friend, singer Wanbi Tuấn Anh, before moving with her family to Los Angeles in March.[32] Chuyện tình vượt thời gian, a collection of their past and new collaborations, was released in June.[32] A concert promoting the album was planned then canceled.[33] Tiên had begun her undergraduate studies at Pasadena City College, majoring in biology,[32] and intended to obtain a Bachelor of Science degree to study medicine at the University of California, Los Angeles.[32] When she arrived in LA, she signed a contract with Thúy Nga Productions, a US-based record label which managed many overseas Vietnamese artists.[34][35] By 2016, Tiên had appeared on more than forty episodes of Thúy Nga's direct-to-video variety series Paris by Night, starting with her performance of "Tóc mây" on the 96th installment in June 2009.[35][36]

She sang part-time to finance her education, performing in clubs and casinos across the US.[37] In September 2010, Tiên made a cameo appearance on Wanbi Tuấn Anh's music video for "Bắt sóng cảm xúc" and was featured on the song's R&B remix.[38][39] Her third solo studio album My Turn was released in August 2011, and includes contributions from Dương Khắc Linh, Nguyễn Hải Phong, Thanh Bùi and others.[40] In May 2012, music videos for three album tracks and her Paris by Night performances were included on the compilation video release The Best of Tóc Tiên.[41][42] After a number of collaborations with Mai Tiến Dũng on the variety series, their joint album Mystical Night was released in August.[43][44] In July 2013, Tiên reported that she had transferred to California State University, Long Beach and changed her major to communication studies to balance her education and career; however, she eventually dropped out.[4][5]

Vietnam comeback, breakthrough and television endeavorsEdit

In October 2014, Tiên planned a few projects to rebuild her career in Vietnam, but hesitated over whether or not to stay permanently.[45][46] This was followed by the release of two singles, "Tell Me Why" in November and "Ngày mai" in February 2015, with the former's video causing controversy over its provocative nature.[47][48] She joined the cast of music competition The Remix in December, despite initially rejecting the offer.[49] TeamV—which consists of Tiên and producers Touliver and Long Halo—would go against other notable acts such as Sơn Tùng M-TP and Đông Nhi, to create the best remix work on the program.[50] In April, her performance of "Ngày mai" on the fourth live show was a success.[51][52] The song's new mix with the choreography, both named "Vũ điệu cồng chiêng", immediately went viral.[52][53] It was awarded a 2015 Pops Award for Most Covered Music Video,[54] a nomination for Song of the Year at the 2015 Làn Sóng Xanh Awards,[55] a nomination for Music Video of the Year at the 2015 Dedication Music Awards,[56] a 2016 Zing Music Award for Most Favorite Dance/Electronic Song,[57] and the annual Top Hit title from television show Vietnam Top Hits.[58] Many publications called the track her signature hit.[59][60] Her team went on to debut other singles on the competition including "D.C.M.A. (Đâu cần một ai)" in June, which features BigDaddy and Andree, before finishing the show in fourth place.[61][62]

 
Tiên at the premiere of her music video "Big Girls Don't Cry" in 2016

In December 2015, Tiên starred in her first comedy film Già gân, mỹ nhân và găng tơ as Quỳnh Cherry, a DJ on the run from a group of gangsters.[73] However, both the film and her performance received negative reviews from critics.[73][74] In January 2016, she won Best Female Artist at the Yan Vpop 20 Awards and performed "I'm in Love" and "Big Girls Don't Cry".[75][76][77] These two singles were from her then-upcoming extended play T.[77] The album's lead track "The Beat of Celebration" featuring BigDaddy, JustaTee and Touliver, brought her the Silver Music Video and Most Effective Performer awards from Bài hát tôi yêu.[77] With the Vietnamese dubbedKung Fu Panda 3, the singer voiced Mỹ Mỹ, a translated version of the original's animated character Mei Mei.[78] In March, she recorded "Một con đường hai ngã rẽ" for the soundtrack of the comedy film Taxi, em tên gì?.[79] Tiên later became a prominent judge on the first seasons of Tài năng DJ and Vietnam Idol Kids in May, following her guest judging appearances on various television series.[80][81] She also appeared as guest mentor on four episodes of The Face Vietnam's first season and on its live finale aired in October.[82] A string of musical releases served for Tóc Tiên's advertising campaigns were conducted afterwards.[83][84][85] Dutch producer Afrojack and rap artist Suboi joined one of them, "Tâm điểm ánh nhìn (All Eyes on Us)", the trio's song for Budweiser released in December.[85]

Early in 2017, the singer became a judge on the first season of Mặt nạ ngôi sao—the Vietnamese version of the Korean singing competition King of Mask Singer—and a coach on the fourth season of The Voice of Vietnam.[86][87] Her team's contestant, Hiền Hồ, won the latter show's second place and appeared with her on a duet titled "Hôn" in June.[88] Tiên also released a few other singles throughout the year, including: "Em không là duy nhất" in February, which was successful, "Walk Away" in May, and "Hôm nay tôi cô đơn quá", a collaboration with Rhymastic, in August.[89][90][91][92] She was awarded a 2017 Mnet Asian Music Award for Best Asian Artist in Vietnam in November,[93] and a V Live Award for Best Iconic Star in January 2018,[94] and was also included in the top five most favorite singers at the Làn Sóng Xanh Awards for the third consecutive year.[55][95][96] "Hôm nay tôi cô đơn quá" later received both Single and Song of the Year nominations at the Làn Sóng Xanh and Dedication Music Awards, respectively.[96][97] Her singles, "Thì em vẫn thế" and "Phút giây tuyệt vời", were released in February and April 2018, respectively.[98]

Artistry and public imageEdit

 
Tiên shown on a billboard in 2017 endorsing Clear

From the start of her career, Tiên had a generally wholesome image as a teen idol.[15][99] Quốc Bảo and Đỗ Bảo music along with pop jazz, blues and R&B were said to be her main inspirations.[31][52] Nonetheless, she was better known for her teen pop sound with lyrics often having school-related imagery.[15] The singer herself had expressed a wish to perform lyrically adult and mature songs, but her mother, who managed at the time, opposed the idea.[3] In spite of this, her debut Nụ cười nắng mai still went for a more "grown-up" approach and was a departure from earlier works.[23] Producer Quốc Bảo, who worked on her first two studio releases, chose R&B as the material's dominant influence and a new direction for her music.[23][29] Her follow-up Chuyện tình vượt thời gian with Wanbi Tuấn Anh has the two performing and covering a handful of love songs, in genres such as blues jazz and alternative rock.[32]

In the past, the singer was nicknamed "Cô bé tóc xù" by the press for her signature long and "frizzy" black hair.[31][16][100] In March 2013, she changed her hairstyle to a pixie cut after a series of photoshoots and performances where she offered a more provocative image.[100][101][99] Tiên later said that the hair cut was one of the "turning points" that helped her discover herself, while the image change was a "natural" progression, a result of her time working in the States.[102] Her third solo album My Turn reflected this style both visually and musically at its early stage.[101] After having worked with Touliver and Long Halo on The Remix, Tiên focused on electronic dance music later in her career.[50][103] The trio's successful collaboration, "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)", was made famous by the chorus that infused house music with the use of drum and percussion, all creating a notable gong-like sound.[51][104][105] Moreover, elements of trap were used in several productions of her subsequent singles.[106][91]

Tiên has cited Beyoncé, Rihanna and Jolin Tsai as major influences on her showmanship.[107] Stylistically, the singer has been described as a fashion icon and was compared many times to Miley Cyrus and Rihanna.[108][109][110][82] Talking specifically about Cyrus, Tiên said she understood the comparisons because of the similarities between their starts as teen stars and their later reinventions moving into adulthood.[31] In 2015, she was given a Vietnamese Elle Style Award for Most Stylish Upcoming Female Singer.[111] Fashion brand Juno created a fall collection called Juno & Tóc Tiên in 2017, which was inspired by the singer's style.[112][113] Aside from her deal with Juno, Tiên has accepted numerous brand endorsement offers and was dubbed as the "queen of endorsements".[103][114] When she endorsed I-Mobile phones in 2008, the company purchased 11,000 physical copies of Tóc Tiên thiếu nữ to give away as gifts to phone buyers.[115] Other brands that she has promoted include Pepsi, OPPO Electronics' smartphones, Toshiba and PNJSilver.[116][117][118][119]

Tiên is a Christian and stated that her religious faith brought her back to her home country to rebuild her career.[120] She is also a supporter of LGBT rights.[121] She dedicated her performance of "Ngày mai" on The Remix and her single "Hôn" to the community.[122][88] Comedians BB Trần and Tiko Tiến Công appeared in drag for her music video of "I'm in Love".[123] The appearances created divided opinions, with some critics accused the characters of disrespecting Transgender people.[124] For her work in support of the community, the singer was awarded the Most Influential Person Voted by the Public category at the LGBT Appreciation Awards in 2016.[121] Also for the "I'm in Love" music video, Tiên invited female celebrities such Nguyễn Cao Kỳ Duyên and Tiên Tiên to make cameo appearances and show their support for feminism and against violence against women.[123]

Personal lifeEdit

Tiên started dating basketball player Chong Paul in December 2007 after they met at a high school event.[125] Despite their age gap (Tiên was 19 and Chong Paul was 27 when they first dated), her parents approved of the relationship, but only under strict monitoring.[125] In July 2013, the singer confirmed that they had split up.[126] Many articles have since linked her in a relationship with producer Touliver, but both have denied these claims.[80][127] In 2017, Tiên referred to herself as "single."[127]

In a letter Tiên penned to her mother in September 2013, she revealed the two have not spoken to each other since her switch from medical to communication studies, and that her image change made her mother "furious."[1] The singer added that she did not want to be a doctor, as that was only her family's wish.[128] Despite this, she expressed a desire to reconcile with her mother in many interviews and on social media, even claiming the strained relationship caused her to be depressed for a long period.[120][128][1] When asked about the current state of their relationship in August 2017, Tiên replied saying she "didn't even know" if it would be fixed or not.[129] "It's difficult to solve the conflicts [between me and my mother]. They're not just simply generation gap conflicts, they involved the ways of thinking from each individual. So to say if the problems have been solved, I'd say they haven't," she said.[129]

DiscographyEdit

  • Nụ cười nắng mai (2007)
  • Tóc Tiên thiếu nữ (2008)
  • Chuyện tình vượt thời gian (2009) (with Wanbi Tuấn Anh)
  • My Turn (2011)
  • Mystical Night (2012) (with Mai Tiến Dũng)

FilmographyEdit

Film rolesEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2015 Già gân, mỹ nhân và găng tơ Quỳnh Cherry [73]
2016 Kung Fu Panda 3 Mỹ Mỹ (voice) Vietnamese dub [78]
2018 Bạn chỉ sống một lần TBA Post-production

Television rolesEdit

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2002 Đi tìm Ngôi sao Close-Up Contestant [9]
2003 Yo! Cùng ước mơ xanh Contestant [10]
2005 Người đương thời Đặng Thùy Trâm 1 episode [13]
2005 Tiếng hát truyền hình toàn quốc giải Sao Mai Contestant [18]
2008 Bài hát Việt Co-host 8 episodes (season 4) [27]
2015–2017 The Remix Contestant / Guest judge 13 episodes (season 1, 3) [62][130]
2015 Ai thông minh hơn học sinh lớp 5? Contestant Season 3, episode 3 [131]
2015 Người bí ẩn Guest judge Season 2, episode 9 [132]
2015 Tôi là... người chiến thắng Guest judge 2 episodes (season 3) [133]
2015 Thử thách cùng bước nhảy Guest judge 2 episodes (season 4) [134]
2015 Cười xuyên Việt: Phiên bản nghệ sĩ Guest judge Season 1, episode 2 [135]
2016 Hội ngộ danh hài Guest Season 4, episode 3 [136]
2016 Tài năng DJ Judge 18 episodes (season 1) [80]
2016 Vietnam Idol Kids Judge 12 episodes (season 1) [81]
2016 The Face Vietnam Guest mentor 5 episodes (season 1) [82]
2016 Vietnam Idol Guest judge Season 7, episode 11 [137]
2016 SV 2016 Guest judge Finale [138]
2016 Giọng ải giọng ai Guest artist Season 1, episode 1 [139]
2016 Khởi đầu ước mơ Guest judge Season 1, episode 3 [140]
2017 Phiên bản hoàn hảo Guest judge Season 1, episode 1 [141]
2017 Mặt nạ ngôi sao Judge 14 episodes (season 1) [86]
2017–2018 The Voice of Vietnam Coach 20 episodes (season 45) [87]

Music video appearancesEdit

Year Title Artist Ref.
2010 "Bắt sóng cảm xúc" Wanbi Tuấn Anh [38]
2015 "Sacota" Touliver featuring BigDaddy [142]
2016 "Như vậy mãi thôi" Noo Phước Thịnh [143]
2017 "Vì đời là thế mà" Mai Tiến Dũng [144]
2018 "Dusted" Mr.A featuring Touliver and Dustee

ToursEdit

HeadliningEdit

  • Tóc Tiên và những giấc mơ (2008)

Supporting actEdit

  • Đợi chờ trong cơn mưa (with Thế Hiển) (2002)

Awards and nominationsEdit

Year[b] Award Category Nominee/work Result Ref.
2014 Ngôi sao của năm Beautiful Woman of the Year Herself Nominated [16]
2015 Men of the Year Pretty Woman of the Year Herself Won [145]
Yan Online Awards Breakout Artist Herself Nominated [146]
We Choice Awards[c] Collaboration of the Year Herself (with Touliver) Nominated [147]
Elle Style Awards (Vietnam) Upcoming Female Singer of the Year Herself Won [111]
VTV Awards Most Notable Singer Herself Nominated [149]
Green Wave Awards Top 5 Most Favorite Singers – Top Hit[d] Herself Won [150]
Single of the Year "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)" (with TeamV) Nominated [55]
Pops Awards Most Covered Music Video "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)" (with TeamV) Won [54]
Vietnam Top Hits Top 5 Hits of the Year[d] "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)" (with TeamV) Won [58]
2016 Yan Vpop 20 Awards Top 20 Outstanding Singers[d] Herself Won [151]
Best Female Artist Herself Won [75]
Zing Music Awards Favourite Dance/Electronic Song "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)" (with TeamV) Won [57]
LGBT Appreciation Awards Most Influential Person Voted by the Public Herself Won [121]
WeChoice Awards Inspirational Playlist "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)" (with TeamV) Included [148]
Inspirational Person of 2015 Herself Nominated [148]
Top Youth Trend of the Year "Vũ điệu cồng chiêng" Nominated
Bài hát tôi yêu Best Music Video Voted by the Judges "The Beat of Celebration"
(featuring JustaTee, Big Daddy and Touliver)
Silver
[152]
Most Effective Performer Herself Won
Dedication Music Awards Music Video of the Year "Ngày mai (Vũ điệu cồng chiêng)" (with TeamV) Nominated [56]
HTV Awards Most Favorite Female Singer Herself Nominated [153]
Her World Young Woman Achiever Music Herself Nominated [154]
2017 Green Wave Awards[e] Top 5 Most Favorite Singers – Top Hit[d] Herself Won [95]
Yan Vpop 20 Awards Top 20 Outstanding Singers[d] Herself Nominated [155]
Elle Style Awards Vietnam Most Stylish Female Singer Herself Nominated [156]
Mnet Asian Music Awards Best Asian Artist in Vietnam Herself Won [93]
Vietnamese Breakout Artist with Close-Up Herself Nominated [157]
2018 Green Wave Awards Top 5 Most Favorite Singers – Top Hit[d] Herself Won [96]
Single of the Year "Hôm nay tôi cô đơn quá" (featuring Rhymastic) Nominated [96]
Keeng Young Awards Music Video of the Year "Em không là duy nhất" Nominated [158]
V Live Awards Best Iconic Star Herself Won [94]
Dedication Music Award Song of the Year "Hôm nay tôi cô đơn quá" (featuring Rhymastic) Nominated [97]

NotesEdit

  1. ^ Tóc Tiên didn't perform during the finale due to health issues, but she still attended in the audience.[62]
  2. ^ The years in the table indicate the year in which the awards show took place. If the 2015 edition of an awards show takes place in 2016, the table will indicate the latter year.
  3. ^ Before 2016, the WeChoice Awards were stylized as "We Choice" for their first edition.[147][148]
  4. ^ a b c d e f No specific ranking is ever mentioned for this category.
  5. ^ The 18th Làn Sóng Xanh Awards ceremony was held on 18 December 2015, but the 19th edition was held on 4 January 2017.[55][95]

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  48. ^ Thiên Thiên (6 February 2015). "Tóc Tiên biến hóa đầy màu sắc cùng "Ngày mai"" [Tóc Tiên colorfully transforms with "Ngày mai"]. Yan News (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 15 October 2017.
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  61. ^ a b Sources detailed Tóc Tiên's performance of "D.C.M.A. (Đâu cần một ai)" on The Remix:
  62. ^ a b c d Quỳnh Anh (4 May 2015). "Đông Nhi trở thành quán quân The Remix" [Đông Nhi wins The Remix]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). Ministry of Science and Technology. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
  63. ^ The weekly ranks were based on the scores announced on each episode.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 1 (in Vietnamese). 25 January 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 2 (in Vietnamese). 1 February 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 3 (in Vietnamese). 8 February 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 4 (in Vietnamese). 15 February 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 5 (in Vietnamese). 8 March 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 6 (in Vietnamese). 15 March 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 7 (in Vietnamese). 22 March 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 8 (in Vietnamese). 29 March 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 9 (in Vietnamese). 12 April 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 10 (in Vietnamese). 19 April 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 11 (in Vietnamese). 26 April 2015. VTV3.
    • The Remix. Season 1. Episode 12 (in Vietnamese). 3 May 2015. VTV3.
  64. ^ Sources detailed Tóc Tiên's performance of "Angel"/"Faded" on The Remix:
  65. ^ Kim Chi; Quý Sáng (2 February 2015). "Sơn Tùng M-TP, Isaac tiếp tục cạnh tranh gay gắt ở The Remix" [Sơn Tùng M-TP, Isaac compete aggressively on The Remix]. Zing (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 4 November 2017.
  66. ^ Hân Quy (8 February 2015). "Sơn Tùng M-TP là của hiếm của âm nhạc Việt Nam" ["Sơn Tùng M-TP is a rare gem of Vietnamese music"]. Ngôi Sao (in Vietnamese). VnExpress. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  67. ^ T.H (8 March 2015). "The Remix – Liveshow 5: Giang Hồng Ngọc bất ngờ vươn lên dẫn đầu" [The Remix's fifth liveshow: Giang Hồng Ngọc surprisingly goes on top] (in Vietnamese). VTV. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  68. ^ T.H (22 March 2015). "The Remix – Hòa âm ánh sáng: Sơn Tùng M-TP, Isaac, Giang Hồng Ngọc đồng hạng" [The Remix: Sơn Tùng M-TP, Isaac, Giang Hồng Ngọc share the same rank] (in Vietnamese). VTV. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  69. ^ Thanh Thanh (30 March 2015). "The Remix: Tóc Tiên giành điểm tuyệt đối với "Người đàn bà hóa đá"" [The Remix: Tóc Tiên gets perfect score with "Người đàn bà hóa đá"]. VOV (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  70. ^ Shu (13 April 2015). "The Remix – Hòa âm ánh sáng: Tóc Tiên quyến rũ thể hiện đường cong" [The Remix: Tóc Tiên confidently shows her curves] (in Vietnamese). VTV. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  71. ^ Thanh Huyền (20 April 2015). "Những khoảnh khắc đáng nhớ trong Liveshow 10 The Remix – Hòa âm ánh sáng" [Memorable moments from the tenth liveshow of The Remix] (in Vietnamese). VTV. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  72. ^ T.H (27 April 2015). "The Remix: Sững sờ màn "vác" trăn của Tóc Tiên" [The Remix: Stun with Tóc Tiên and python's performance] (in Vietnamese). VTV. Retrieved 11 July 2017.
  73. ^ a b c Tuấn Lương (24 December 2015). "Những lỗ hổng trong 'Già gân, mỹ nhân và găng tơ'" [The holes of Già gân, mỹ nhân và găng tơ]. Zing (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  74. ^ Vũ, Văn Việt (24 December 2015). "Tóc Tiên diễn xuất nhạt nhòa trong phim điện ảnh đầu tay" [Tóc Tiên sinks in her theatrical debut]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). Ministry of Science and Technology. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
  75. ^ a b Quang Định (9 January 2016). "Noo Phước Thịnh, Tóc Tiên đoạt giải Ca sĩ xuất sắc" [Noo Phước Thịnh, Tóc Tiên wins Outstanding Singer awards]. Tuổi Trẻ Online (in Vietnamese). Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  76. ^ "2015". Yan Vpop 20 Awards (in Vietnamese). 8 January 2016. YanTV. Retrieved 5 November 2017.
  77. ^ a b c Q.N. (21 January 2016). "Tóc Tiên làm ninja giã gạo trong MV Big girls don't cry" [Tóc Tiên becomes the "rice-pounding ninja" in her "Big Girls Don't Cry" music video]. Tuổi Trẻ Online (in Vietnamese). Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  78. ^ a b Nguyễn Thủy (11 December 2015). "Tóc Tiên, Thái Hòa lồng tiếng 'Kung Fu Panda 3'" [Tóc Tiên, Thái Hòa to voice Kung Fu Panda 3]. Thanh Niên (in Vietnamese). Vietnam United Youth League. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  79. ^ Vân An (6 March 2016). "Tóc Tiên kể chuyện tình yêu trong nhạc phim 'Taxi, em tên gì?'" [Tóc Tiên tells her love story in the soundtrack for comedy film Taxi, em tên gì?]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). Ministry of Science and Technology. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
  80. ^ a b c Châu Mỹ (19 May 2016). "Tóc Tiên ngồi ghế 'nóng' cùng người yêu tin đồn" [Tóc Tiên to judge with rumored boyfriend]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). Ministry of Science and Technology. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
  81. ^ a b Nguyễn, Khoa Tóc Tiên (29 May 2016). "Ca sĩ Tóc Tiên: Ngồi ghế giám khảo vì thích trẻ con" [Tóc Tiên became a judge because she loves children]. Sài Gòn Giải Phóng Online (Interview) (in Vietnamese). Interviewed by Khắc Thi. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  82. ^ a b c Sources detailed Tóc Tiên's appearances on The Face:
  83. ^ Mộc Trà (18 December 2016). "Tóc Tiên mới lạ trong MV sắp ra mắt" [Tóc Tiên brings new look on new music video]. Zing (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  84. ^ Ngôi Sao staff(s) (8 December 2016). "Tóc Tiên, Phạm Anh Khoa làm MV cổ vũ đội tuyển Việt Nam" [Tóc Tiên, Phạm Anh Khoa release new music video supporting Vietnam football team]. Ngôi Sao (in Vietnamese). VnExpress. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  85. ^ a b Hàng, Lâm Trang Anh (17 December 2016). "Suboi: "Tôi trông chờ màn diễn cùng Afrojack và Tóc Tiên"" [Suboi: "I'm excited for my performance with Afrojack and Tóc Tiên]. Dân Trí (Interview) (in Vietnamese). Interviewed by KL. Vietnam Association for Promoting Education. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  86. ^ a b Hoa Học Trò staff(s) (29 December 2016). "Tóc Tiên ngồi "ghế nóng" gameshow "King of Mask Singer" phiên bản Việt" [Tóc Tiên to judge Vietnamese version of gameshow King of Mask Singer]. Hoa Học Trò (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  87. ^ a b Q.N. (3 January 2017). "The Voice 2017 chọn HLV: Thu Minh, Noo Phước Thịnh, Tóc Tiên, Đông Nhi" [2017 The Voice announces coaches: Thu Minh, Noo Phước Thịnh, Tóc Tiên, Đông Nhi]. Tuổi Trẻ Online (in Vietnamese). Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. Retrieved 7 November 2017.
  88. ^ a b Hà Linh (6 June 2017). "Hậu The Voice, Tóc Tiên cùng trò cưng Hiền Hồ tung single 'Hôn'" [After The Voice, Tóc Tiên and her trainee Hiền Hồ release single "Hôn"]. Người Đưa Tin (in Vietnamese). Đời sống & Pháp luật. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  89. ^ Tâm Giao (28 February 2017). "Tóc Tiên tìm lại được cảm xúc để hát nhạc ballad" [Tóc Tiên finds her emotion back to sing a ballad]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). Ministry of Science and Technology. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
  90. ^ Hân Quy (2 March 2017). "MV mới của Tóc Tiên đạt 2 triệu lượt xem sau 2 ngày" [Tóc Tiên's new music video gained two million views after two days]. Ngôi Sao (in Vietnamese). VnExpress. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  91. ^ a b Q.N. (5 May 2017). "Tóc Tiên gợi cảm trong MV nhạc trap Walk away" [Tóc Tiên being sexy in the music video for trap track "Walk Away"]. Tuổi Trẻ Online (in Vietnamese). Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. Retrieved 7 November 2017.
  92. ^ Q.N. (30 August 2017). "Hôm nay tôi cô đơn quá của Tóc Tiên cán mốc 1,3 triệu lượt xem" [Tóc Tiên's "Hôm nay tôi cô đơn quá" gained 1,3 million views]. Tuổi Trẻ Online (in Vietnamese). Ho Chi Minh Communist Youth Union. Retrieved 7 November 2017.
  93. ^ a b Thanh Tú (25 November 2017). "Sơn Tùng M-TP, Tóc Tiên được vinh danh tại MAMA 2017" [Sơn Tùng M-TP, Tóc Tiên honored at the 2017 MAMA]. Thể thao & Văn hóa (in Vietnamese). Vietnam Association for Promoting Education. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  94. ^ a b Nghiêm Ngọc (20 January 2018). "GOT7 cùng dàn sao Việt bùng cháy, Chi Pu đưa hình ảnh gà lên sân khấu" [GOT7 fires up with Vietnamese stars, Chi Pu brought chickens on stage]. Zing (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  95. ^ a b c Nina Le (10 May 2016). "Điểm danh thêm 12 gương mặt đề cử tại Her World Young Woman Achiever 2016" [Meet the other twelve nominees of the 2016 Her World Young Woman Achiever]. Harper's Bazaar Vietnam (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  96. ^ a b c d VOH Online staff(s) (12 January 2018). "Trực tiếp Làn sóng xanh 2017: Hành trình 20 năm của những tên tuổi trong làng nhạc Việt" [Live from 2018 Làn Sóng Xanh Awards: A 20 year journey of Vietnamese singers in music]. VOH Online (in Vietnamese). Ho Chi Minh City People's Committee. Retrieved 20 January 2018.
  97. ^ a b Tâm Giao (5 February 2018). "Mỹ Tâm, Hồ Ngọc Hà cùng có ba đề cử giải Cống hiến 2018" [Mỹ Tâm and Hồ Ngọc Hà both nominated for three 2018 Dedication Music Awards]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). Ministry of Science and Technology. Retrieved 8 February 2018.
  98. ^ Minh Tú (9 February 2018). "Tóc Tiên tung ca khúc động viên những ai còn "ế"" [Tóc Tiên dedicated new song to people who are still single]. Phụ Nữ (in Vietnamese). Vietnam Women's Union. Retrieved 9 February 2018.
  99. ^ a b Nguyễn, Khoa Tóc Tiên (7 August 2009). "Nhiều người xui chúng tôi bỏ nhau" ["People told us to break up"]. Ngôi Sao (Interview) (in Vietnamese). Interviewed by Quân Ngọc. VnExpress. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  100. ^ a b M.Đ (21 May 2014). "Ảnh mũm mĩm năm 17 tuổi của Tóc Tiên" [Take a look at the chubby 17-year-old Tóc Tiên]. Zing (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  101. ^ a b An Khang (15 September 2011). "Tóc Tiên quyết theo đuổi phong cách gợi cảm" [Tóc Tiên wants to pursue a sexy image]. Ngôi Sao (in Vietnamese). VnExpress. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  102. ^ Hoàng Vương, Tóc Tiên (17 October 2014). Trường quay Tiin: Tóc Tiên không phải cứ hở mới sexy [Tiin Studio: Tóc Tiên doesn't have to show her skin to be sexy] (YouTube) (in Vietnamese). Tiin.vn. Retrieved 11 November 2017.
  103. ^ a b Nguyễn, Khoa Tóc Tiên (22 February 2017). "Tóc Tiên bừng nở" [Tóc Tiên blooms]. Forbes Vietnam (Interview) (in Vietnamese). Interviewed by Thủy Lê. Văn Hóa Online. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  104. ^ Tin Tin (1 April 2015). "Tóc Tiên, Đông Nhi, Isaac bị tố dùng hàng "đạo nhái" trong The Remix" [Tóc Tiên, Đông Nhi, Isaac accused of plagiarizing on The Remix]. Yeah1 (in Vietnamese). Yeah1 Group. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  105. ^ Hà Thanh (23 May 2015). "Tóc Tiên "quyến rũ" khán giả với "Vũ điệu cồng chiêng"" [Tóc Tiên "hypnotizes" audiences with "Vũ điệu cồng chiêng"]. Dân Trí (in Vietnamese). Vietnam Association for Promoting Education. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  106. ^ Thùy Trang (21 January 2016). "Tóc Tiên gắn mác 16+ cho MV mới" [Tóc Tiên gives her new music video a 16+ warning]. Người Lao Động (in Vietnamese). Vietnam General Confederation of Labour. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  107. ^ Nguyễn, Khoa Tóc Tiên (23 September 2017). "Tóc Tiên: Phóng khoáng không có nghĩa là hư" [Tóc Tiên: Being liberal doesn't mean that you're spoiled]. Người Lao Động (Interview) (in Vietnamese). Interviewed by Thùy Trang. Vietnam General Confederation of Labour. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  108. ^ Giang Gina (20 April 2015). "Trang Khiếu, Tóc Tiên, Chi Pu nói gì về phong cách thời trang?" [Trang Khiếu, Tóc Tiên, Chi Pu talk about their fashion styles]. Elle Vietnam (in Vietnamese). Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  109. ^ M.H (31 March 2015). "7 pha 'đụng' phong cách Miley Cyrus của Tóc Tiên" [Seven times Tóc Tiên copies Miley Cyrus' looks]. Ngôi Sao (in Vietnamese). VnExpress. Retrieved 15 October 2017.
  110. ^ Minh Minh (12 January 2016). "Tóc Tiên: 'Váy tôi mặc không giống Rihanna'" [Tóc Tiên: "My dress doesn't look like Rihanna's"]. VnExpress (in Vietnamese). Ministry of Science and Technology. Retrieved 17 October 2017.
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