Singer Duc Phuc will collaborate with English pop group 911 on a song for Valentine’s Day.
“I’m thrilled to get an opportunity to sing with the world-renowned group,” Phuc said. “This is also a chance for me to learn new things and to bring Vietnamese music to an international audience.”
A representative of 911 said: “We are excited to announce the collaboration between 911 and young singer Duc Phuc, “The Vietnamese Valentine’s Day Prince,” with a beautiful and sweet vocal. We had great memories filming the music video. We are eager to get this song to you.”
Duc Phuc (C) and three members of 911 in a promotion photo for their collaboration. Photo courtesy of Duc Phuc
The song with 911, called “Em Dong Y” (Yes I Do) is one of Duc Phuc’s important projects this year. On Valentine’s Day in 2021 and 2022, Phuc released songs like “Hon Ca Yeu” (More Than Love) and “Ngay Dau Tien” (The First Day), which became hits in Vietnam.
Phuc, 27, was unknown until 2015 when he won the singing show The Voice of Vietnam. Since then, he has created many hits. He is preeminently known for his emotional ballads.
The pop group 911 was formed in 1995 with members Lee Brennan, Jimmy Constables and Spike Dawbarn. Since then, they have released three studio albums and one greatest hits album, which all achieved success. They split in late 1999 and reunited in 2008 and 2012.
The group have performed twice in Vietnam, in a 2019 concert in Ho Chi Minh City and again last year in Hanoi.
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