Sandy Lam

One of China’s biggest pop stars, Sandy Lam rose to fame in the 1980s as a Cantopop singer.  Born in Hong Kong, she made her recording debut in 1984 and dominated the mainstream Cantopop market.  She has released consecutive albums with renowned music producer Kelvin Avon of Mofo Music, garnering “Best Female Singer” and “Best Mandarin Album” at the 24th Golden Melody Awards in 2013.  In 2017, Sandy teamed up with SeanyMac Studios in the fifth season of China’s top television show, The Singer, vocal coaching with Sean on each episode.  In the end, Sandy walked away with first place.

Elva Hsiao

Emerging to fame in 1999, Elva Hsiao is one of Taiwan’s top Mandopop singers and actresses. Her self-titled debut album included the hit ballad “Zuì Shúxī De Mòshēng Rén” immediately launching her to success. Elva has since released several dance tunes and videos ranking her as a pop dance queen.  Recently, Elva worked on vocals together with SeanyMac for her upcoming album set to release in Fall of 2017.

A-Mei

A-Mei is one of Taiwan’s biggest Mandopop stars. Debuting in 1996 with her album “Zǐmèi”, she immediately climbed to stardom. Her second album, Bad Boy, became the second best selling album in Taiwan with over 1.3 millions copies sold.solidifying her place in the Mandarin Pop market. SeanyMac Studios and A-Mei worked together on the popular Chinese television show, The Singer.

Fiona Sit

Fiona Sit burst onto the Cantopop Music scene in 2004 with the release of her debut album, F Debut, garnering a #1 hit single. The album won her the most awards that year for a newcomer at the Hong Kong Music Awards. Her career has seen her on-screen in both television and film. She has trained extensively with SeanyMac Studios for television performances and performance.

Tien Chong

Tien has been working with SeanyMac Studios from the age of 19.  New to the Mandopop scene, Tien’s sultry voice is in a class by itself.  Tien spent most of her childhood in both the UK and Singapore, finally ending up in Hong Kong.  In 2014, she signed with MoFo Music, Ltd. under the director of multi-platinum producer/songwriter Kelvin “Afreex” Avon as an artist and songwriter.  Since then she has written and recorded the theme for Jacky Cheung’s “Dark Heaven” as well as collaborating with other songwriters at Abbey Road Studios in London, England.  Tien is currently recording her first album, self-titled “Tien,” set to release in Fall of 2017.

Michael Wong

Michael Wong is a Chinese-American actor, singer and director based in Hong Kong. Michael’s career debuted in the 1983 kung fu film, “Invincible Obsessed Fighter.”  Since then, his extensive career has seen him in over 70 films with numerous appearances on television shows worldwide. In 2006, Wong recorded “Come Fly with Me,” incorporating a 10-piece band and establishing his place on the Hong Kong music scene a true crooner.  In 2010, SeanyMac and Michael teamed up with Sean vocal coaching several numbers for his live show.

Jun Kung

Known as “The Drummer” in Hong Kong, Jun Kung is a true renaissance man with a extensive career in playing drums, bass and guitar as well as songwriting, music producing and acting roles in major Hong Kong films. Between 2001 and 2010, Jun released three hit albums, “Here & Now,” “Nowhere Man,” and “Jun K” establishing him as a major Hong Kong artist.

Sean and Jun connected for several of Jun’s original songs as well as extensive work together for China’s #1 show, The Singer.

Jill Vidal

Jill blasted onto the Cantopop music scene in 2005 with the release of her first single, “Lonely.” Shortly after, she released her debut album, “Hit Me.”  Her incredible career has seen her on the theatre stage as well as film.  Jill worked with SeanyMac Studios on her recent album, set to release in Fall of 2018.

Jay Fung

SeanyMac Studios and Jay collaborated shortly after his big win on TVB’s Super Giant 3.  One of Hong Kong’s rising stars, his voice is a powerful mix of classic Cantopop and Western pop.  Shortly afterwardSuper Giant 3, Jay teamed up with Emperor Entertainment Group and has since released three albums.  Jay composed every track on his latest album, “The In-Between.”

J. Arie

Hong Kong superstar J. Arie started learning music at a very young age.  During her university years, she continued her dream of pursuing music, entering several music competitions and in 2013 she officially entered the Hong Kong music scene with the release of her debut album, “Soliloquy,” launching her into immediate fame.  The album featured several hit tracks and garnered several awards and over five million views on YouTube.  Since “Soliloquy,” J. Arie has released eight albums and continues to establish herself as a major force in the Cantopop scene. J. Arie worked with Sean on her recent single set to release in Fall of 2017.

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