Hua Chenyu Biography
Birthday: February 7, 1990 (Aquarius)
Born In: Shiyan, Hubei province
Hua Chenyu is a Chinese mandopop and rock singer and songwriter. He is equally popular by another name, HuaHua. A native of the Hubei province, he developed an interest in music quite early in his life. He learned to play the flute and the piano, and at the age of 12, he penned his first song. He garnered national fame after becoming the champion at Hunan TV’s singing contest ‘Super Boy’ in 2013. He is widely recognized for his powerful vocals, dramatic stage performances, and talent in composing. He is often regarded as one of the most influential singer-songwriters under 30 in China. In September 2014, he put out his debut album ‘Quasimodo's Gift’, which was a massive hit and topped the Jingdong Top 100 Annual Sales Chart (Music). He then released his second album, ‘Aliens’, in 2015. In September 2014, he performed in his first personal branded concert, the “Mars” concert. In March 2017, his third album ‘H’ was released. Despite being active in the industry only for a few years, he has won numerous awards for his music, including four Top Chinese Music Awards.