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Nguyen Thanh Hien

Nguyen Thanh Hien
Birth name Nguyễn Thanh Hiển
Also known as Hien, Hyenn
Born (1994-03-06) March 6, 1994
Budapest, Hungary
Genres R&B, pop music
Occupation(s) Singer, musician, entertainer, dancer, model, pianist, fiddler
Instruments Vocals, piano, violin
Years active 2008–present
Labels Tom-Tom Records
Associated acts SP
Website .comhienmusic

Nguyễn Thanh Hiển or simply Hien (born March 6, 1994, Budapest, Hungary) is a Hungarian pop singer of Vietnamese descent who competed in the Hungarian Megasztár sixth season and was the fifth runner up.

Biography

Hien attended school between 2000 and 2006 at Sopron's at the Lackner Kristóf Elementary School, where besides traditional subjects she studied the violin, piano and singing lessons. Between 2006 and 2009, she was a student in the Sopron's Széchenyi István Secondary School. After her family moved to Budapest, she attended the Trefort Ágoston Secondary School.

Music career

Hien appeared during 2008 in the TV2 musical talent the show of Megasztár, where she advanced to 6th place.

In the Megasztár finals she appeared in the following productions:

After Megasztár

Ater that talent show Hien signed on to Tom-Tom Records.

In 2010 the singer's parents were arrested on charges of smuggling. Her father remains in jail and her mother is under house arrest. Hien's brother was also arrested and the prosecution says that they smuggled Asians into Hungary.[1]

Her greatest success was English-language song, "Not Livin' in Yesterday". It was presented for the first time in 2011 in Berlin, Germany.

Discography

Singles

Albums

Music videos

Television appearances

See also

References

  1. ^ [1]

External links

  • Hien Pictures
  • Hien Interview on YouTube
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