Two years after leaving Vietnamese showbiz to head to the US to study, singer Hương Tràm has surprised her fans by releasing a music video Đong Tình (Flirting) touching on LGBT issues.
While the Vietnamese music industry has long been dominated by the millennial generation of artists born in 1981-1996, a younger generation with a new approach is shaking up the industry.
One of the all time chart-topping singers in Vietnamese showbiz recently released a song. As popular as the song got, it also got him into 2 major scandals within just a few months. Internet users were largely involved in protecting their idol from criticisms.
Khánh Linh began her musical career in 2003. Eschewing the online world and the showbiz scene, her beautiful voice sees her still honoured by the music industry and listeners, as Khánh Linh, the Nightingale.
Singer Bùi Nguyễn Trung Quân, who placed in the top eight of Việt Nam Idol 2010, released a new music video early this month after a three-year break from the industry.
The Vietnamese art scene has shown encouraging signs of revival after being devastated by the COVID-19 pandemic as the country moves into a 'new normal'.
Vietnamese hit-making rock band, Bức Tường (The Wall), released a new music video entitled XXV to celebrate their 25th anniversary on March 26.