Joey Yung’s masterpiece

容祖兒演唱會

Joey Yung, born June 16, 1980 in Hong Kong, China, Hong Kong female singer. An artist of the Hong Kong Emperor Group.

In 1995, he won the championship in the karaoke competition. In 1999, the first EP “Unknown” was released and sold more than 130,000 copies. In 2001, the first personal ticketing event was held in the Red Pavilion. In 2003, the single “My Pride” won the Gold Award for the Top Ten Golden Songs of the Golden Songs; and won the “Top Women’s Stars” at the Top Ten Golden Song Awards Ceremony, and the “Gold Award for Female Musicians” Taiwan Union awarded the music award “Media Award”. In 2008, he was the guest of the opening and closing performance of the Beijing Olympic Games. In 2011, he hosted a European concert at the Royal Albert Hall in London, England. He was the first Chinese female singer to perform at the Royal Albert Hall. From the end of 2013 to the beginning of 2014, a series of 15 “1314 Joey’s Concerts” was held in the Red Pavilion.

My Pride” is a song sung by Hong Kong female singer Joey Yung. Compiled by Huang Weiwen and Chen Guangrong. In the album of the same name released by Joey Yung in June 2003, “My Pride” is the main song of the album. Its Mandarin song is “Girl with Wings.”

In 2003, the song won the top ten golden songs of Jingewangbang, the 26th Hong Kong Top Ten Chinese Golden Melody Awards and other awards [1-2]; in 2004, at the 2003 Jinge Golden Song Awards, he won the Top Ten Golden Song Awards and Golden Melody Awards. 3 awards for Best Composition Awards.