Sai Sai Kham
Sai Sai Kham Leng, born on 10 April 1979, is a renowned singer, songwriter, composer, music producer, novelist, model and actor of ethnic Shan descent. The 34-year-old Sai Sai, originally from Taunggyi, released his first hip-hop album in 2000. Following the release of his second album, Thangegyin Mya Zwa (Friends), Sai Sai became a household name, with hits such as 'Friends (Thu Nge Chin Myar Swar)', 'February Diary (February Mhat Tan)', 'Ever Golli' and 'Happy Sai Sai Birthday'.
Sai Sai then went on to succesfully organize and perform his very own 'Birthday Show', an outdoor concert, onApril 10, 2004. The popular concert has since become an annual affair. Beyond performing, Sai Sai runs Frenzo Music Production and spends time writing, composing and producing new music as well as directing music videos. Sai Sai is also the author of two novels. He directed and starred in 'Paper Bird', a movie based on his first novel.
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Bobby Soxer (Htet Htet Aung), born on May 22, 1993, is a singer, songwriter, composer and television actress. At the tender age of 13, she started off as an underground hip-hop performer before going on to produce the hit song 'Don’t Wanna Say Goodbye' in collaboration with renowned local singer Ye Lay.
Bobby received even more acclaim and attention from her teenage fan base after releasing her 'Dome Pyan (Rocket)' album in 2011. The 20-year-old has also collaborated with a number of local artists and has recently been appointed as a brand ambassador for
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