Entertainment

Sai Sai Kham Leng to manage his own Thangyan pavilion

The singer-cum-actor Sai Sai Kham Leng will manage his own pavilion during this year’s Thingyan water festival in a partnership with the Alpine purified water company.

Sai Sai said: “The pavilion is going to be built in Yangon. Alpine will support it. I’m crazy about Thingyan. I want to be happy together with my fans. The film ‘Thingyan Museum’, which I was involved in, will be in cinemas before Thingyan. I’m so excited.”

Iron Cross gig raises Ks1.9 billion for flood victims

Rock band Iron Cross has held a charity concert, raising more than Ks 1.9 billion for flood relief.

Organised by the Kanbawza Brighter Future Myanmar Foundation, the benefit gig at the National Theatre on Myoma Road in Yangon, attracting many fans.

Tickets cost between Ks30,000 and Ks300,000 with all proceeds going to flood victims. 

The band, Lay Phyu, Wyne Wyne, A Nge and Myo Gyi, performed all their hits.

DJ Soda prays for flood victims on Facebook page

DJ Soda, a well-known South Korean performer, posted prayers for flood refugees in Myanmar on her Facebook page after her two-day visit to Myanmar. DJ Soda arrived in Myanmar on July 30 and visited Shwedagon Pagoda. She performed at Kandawgyi Palace Hotel on the night of July 31.

DJ Soda wrote about her experience in Myanmar on her Facebook page, describing the people’s warmth and friendliness, her amazement at Myanmar’s culture and beautiful scenery, along with her prayer for flood refugees.

Korean DJ to play Myanmar

DJ Soda, a popular female in the Korean club scene DJ, will perform for the first time in Myanmar at the end of this month.

She has become an internet sensation and has attracted many fans from Myanmar.

She will join two Thai DJs, ZuperL and DJ Paka, at the members’ club in the Kandawgyi Palace Hotel in Yangon.

Ni Ni Khin Zaw discusses new style in “A Ni Yaung” album

Ni Ni Khin Zaw, who made her debut in the music industry through the Melody World singing competition, will launch her second album titled “A Ni Yaung” (Red) tomorrow. She recently released the music video for one of the tracks in her new album, “Ma Lo Chin Buu…Sit” (I Don’t Want War), which received positive feedback from audiences. The Daily Eleven met with Ni Ni Khin Zaw to talk about her second album and the filming of the “Ma Lo Chin Buu…Sit” music video.

Myanmar music industry on the rise

The Myanmar music industry has recently seen a rise in the release of new albums and music video DVDs by popular artists and many more are still to come. Besides, digital single albums are being released one after another on Myanmar Music Store, the country’s first online music store. So, the music industry’s market is on the path to recovery.

Ni Ni Khin Zaw takes a stand against war in new music video

Poster of Ni Ni Khin Zaw’s second album “A Ni Yaung” (Red). (Photo – Supplied)

Pop singer Ni Ni Khin Zaw has released a music video for her song “Ma Lo Chin Bu….Sit” (I Don’t Want War) from her soon-to-be-released album “A Ni Yaung” (Red) on YouTube last Friday.

Interview with Aung Htet

Since entering the Eain Mat Sone Yar (Yar Thet Pan) singing competition, Aung Htet quickly rose to popularity for his talent in rearranging songs under various themes of the competition. After coming a long way, he finally reached his dream of becoming a singer after being named the winner on July 5.

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Singapore movie specialists to open Yangon studio

Singapore-based Stereo Image Studios will team up with a domestic company to offer post-production services for Myanmar’s feature films.

The services offered by Stereo Image include composing film themes, recording background sound, making sound design, recording sound and dialogue on location, dubbing and access to copyrighted songs and music from its library.

Film productions double

This year has seen the number of feature films in production double with many more in the preparation phase to meet the rising market and reforms to the industry that will take effect next year.