Sensational musician Vivi Hu offers ‘茶香味 (Vivi, Hu?)’

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Having been featured in All About Jazz, Sino Vision, Sino TV and BronxNet TV, Vivi Hu now brings us a gentle tale and heartfelt reminder about the importance of staying true to oneself. This song paints a picture of how she found the confidence to be herself and make a difference, despite what others think. The lyrics are inspired by Vivi’s Chinese first name “雪薇(Xuewei), meaning “snow” and ”rose.” 

The song talks about how she began to understand who she is, how to embrace herself and made a choice to be herself, regardless of other people’s opinions. To blossom wherever she is, even in the snow, even when people doubted her.

With beats reminiscent of Lofi and bedroom pop, Hu brings us on a lyrical and sensually smooth journey through language and emotion. ‘Vivi Hu’ is sure to be your next most played song as you stare out the window watching falling snow or rain and sipping on something warm and sweet. 

Bio:

New York, NY–Vivi Hu, an R&B/Mandarin Pop singer-songwriter, released her new single ‘茶香味 (Vivi, Hu?)’  on all streaming platforms and an accompanying lyric video on Friday, November 11.  

Vivi Hu is an Asian American pop singer-songwriter based in New York. She creates a unique sound by using traditional Chinese instruments with a blend of influences from jazz, R&B, soul, and Mandarin pop. In her lyrics, she tells relatable, hopeful stories of her experience of immigrating to the US from China, struggling with identity, and her path as an artist.

Hu has lent her talents to several high-profile performances and festivals in both China and the United States including Real Live in Xiamen, Dust and Dawn Club in Beijing, as well as the United Nations Headquarters, Jazz at Lincoln Center, Flushing Town Hall, Museum of Chinese in America, Queens Library, and Asian American & Pacific Islander Heritage Festival in New York City, among many others. 

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