The Vietnamese girl rapper VN has emerged as a star in Australia’s burgeoning music scene.
In 2017, she released her debut EP, VN, which debuted at number four on the Billboard 200.
Her popularity among young people has seen her gain a cult following, and she recently released her second album, VVV, which was the highest-charting VN release in Australia.
“I really love how the Vietnamese community, and the younger generation, love me and I feel that I am their ambassador and they are the ambassadors for VN,” VN said in a statement to the media.
VN is a Vietnamese-Australian singer-songwriter with a large following of Vietnamese-Australians.
The Australian-born singer-guitarist, who first rose to prominence in the Vietnamese-speaking nation of Cambodia, has made a name for herself by releasing hits like ‘I Love VV’, ‘I Have You’ and ‘Hang Me Down’.
In her own way, she has made the Vietnamese girl pop music scene mainstream in Australia, with a vocal style that reflects the country’s cultural diversity.
VV is the first Vietnamese-made VN album in a decade and the first from a new singer-bassist since a group called VU, which launched in 2003.
“This is my life,” VV said.
“My parents, my family, my friends, my fans.
This is my story and this is what I’m doing.
I’m trying to give my fans the same feeling that I’m giving my parents and my family.”
In the first part of the album, she plays on a guitar, singing in a more pop-friendly way.
She also sings the line, “I’m a girl in a dream, just like you”.
The second part is more focused on her vocal style and more relaxed.
“Vietnam is a beautiful country, but there’s still so much more to learn,” she sings.
“You have to be careful to make it beautiful, but it’s not a problem because it’s a dream and it’s really my dream.” “
VV has been praised for her lyrical and vocal abilities. “
You have to be careful to make it beautiful, but it’s not a problem because it’s a dream and it’s really my dream.”
VV has been praised for her lyrical and vocal abilities.
She has won several awards and been nominated for an Australian Music Awards.
She was nominated for best female VN artist in 2017 and is a rising star in the world of Vietnamese music.
“She is very talented and she is the voice of the Vietnamese people,” VU member Siew Chien told ABC Radio Melbourne’s DJ Mark Dyer.
“We hope that she can do very well.” “
The success of her first EP was a huge success for the singer-artist, and her next release, VLN, is being released on Vodafone’s streaming service. “
We hope that she can do very well.”
The success of her first EP was a huge success for the singer-artist, and her next release, VLN, is being released on Vodafone’s streaming service.
It is a mix of her VN sound with her VV sound, and it is being promoted by VU as her next EP.
She is known for her infectious pop lyrics, and VN features songs that have lyrics such as, “This girl is the reason why I’m in the street”.
The lyrics are similar to the lyrics from the song “I Love Vietnamese Girls”, released in the 1970s by VH-1, a Vietnamese American group, who wrote the lyrics to the song.
“The lyrics are very much from my heart, I really do,” she said.
It has been a long journey, but the road has been an inspiring one.
“Sometimes you have to struggle to make a song,” she says.
“But when you find your voice, you have a lot of faith that it will be able to be a successful song.
I can finally sing my songs, and I can sing a song that I really want to sing.””
Now I’m finally singing.
I can finally sing my songs, and I can sing a song that I really want to sing.”