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                                       Mỹ Tâm   16 January 1981-

Phan Thị Mỹ Tâm (born 16 January 1981, in Da Nang. She is the most successful Vietnamese singer of the last two decades. She started ballet at the age of six, and continued for three years. She then tried guitar and organ. She enjoyed singing, but did not regard it as a future career. She won first prize in her secondary school's singing competition, and the Gold Award at Beautiful Voice Spring, the city's solo singing competition. She was chosen for the Military School of Art in Hanoi; however, because of her family situation, she enrolled in Ho Chi Minh City Conservatory where she studied vocal training.

She signed with Vafaco Record in 1999 and participated in many singing bands. She received many awards in various singing competitions. Her first demo song was "Nhé anh" (Please, Dear), written by Nguyen Ha, who helped her build image at the start of her career. She co-wrote a soft ballad, "Mãi yêu" (Endless Love) In 2000, she worked at the Music Center in Ho Chi Minh City. She entered the Asia New Singer Competition that was held in Shanghai, China, and won a bronze medal, which she considered pivotal to becoming a singer. She graduated in 2001 as a top student. In 2001, She released her debut album Mãi Yêu.
Her first audio single, "Cây Đàn Sinh Viên" (The Guitar of Students), became an iconic song of the early 2000s among university students. It was used frequently by the media to portray the lives of students as warm, romantic, and artistic. In May 2002, she released her first video single, "Hát với Dòng Sông" (Singing with the River) In mid 2003, Mỹ Tâm released her third studio album, Yesterday & Now. It contained two of her biggest hits: "Ước gì" (I Wish) and "Họa Mi Tóc Nâu" (Brown-Haired Nightingale). The former became another one of her signature songs, and she performed the song in her television appearances and concerts. The album sold over 60,000 copies within the first few months, and received positive responses from audiences and critics.

     Chuyện Buồn Của  3m51

Người Hãy Quên Em Đi  3m52


HÁT VỚI DÒNG SÔNG  2002  4m47

      Ánh Sao Buồn  2002  4m41

          Và Em Có Anh  3m41

            NƯỚC NGOÀI 4m 25
     HẸN ƯỚC TỪ HƯ VÔ  4m05
           VẬY CŨNG VUI  3m 23