Nhật Sơn, real name Vũ Minh Sơn, Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam, August 29, 1981 – Ho Chi Minh City Vietnam, September 14, 2013. He was the son of Nghệ sĩ Minh Cảnh and Nghệ sĩ Kiều My. By age six, he started performing, singing traditional Vietnamese Cải lương music and Vietnamese pop songs as well under the stage name Cảnh Sơn. He travelled throughout the country with a group of famous singers and comedians like Siu Black, Thanh Lam, Quang Linh, Minh Thuận, Duy Ngọc, Duy Phương, Hương Loan, Ngọc Thành and his sister Kiều Nhi, and became well-known with the songs ‘Lòng mẹ’ and ‘Còn thương rau đắng mọc sau hè’. At the age of 14 he had to stop singing for a while, because his voice started changing. At age 19, he made his comeback under his new stage name Nhật Sơn, not singing traditional anymore but Vietnamese POP-music. At the end of 2006 he recorded his first album Tôi vẫn hát which was released in January 2007.
|Birth name:||Vũ Minh Sơn|
|Born:||August 29, 1981|
|Origin:||Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam|
|Died:||September 14, 2013|
|Genres:||Vietnamese pop, R&B|
|Years active:||1987–1996, 2001–2013|
|Labels:||Phuong Nam Phim, Dong Hai Co, Suoi Mau Co.|
|Website:||Nhật Sơn’s Official site|
About Nhat Son
Vietnamese pop singer known for his successful first album called I Still Sing.
He started performing when he was just six years old, under the name Cảnh Sơn.
When he was fourteen, he stopped singing for a while due to puberty.
He was brought up in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. He was killed by his partner in 2013.
He toured with the likes of Thanh Lam early in his career.
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