Artist: Olivia Ong
Title Of Album: A Girl Meets Bossa Nova 2
Year Of Release: 2006
Genre: Ethnojazz, Bossa, relax
Quality: mp3 320 kbps
Total Size: 95mb
01. So Nice
02. Kiss Of Life
05. How Insensitive
06. One Note Samba
07. Make It Mutual
09. Fade Away
10. I’ll Move On
11. Kiss Me
12. Sweet Memories (Japanese)
Olivia Ong, born 2 October 1985 is a Singaporean singer. She sings mostly in English but develop her career singing in English and, later, Japanese.
Likened to Keiko Matsuda, she won a singing contest and was signed to a Japanese recording company at only 15.After taking her O-level examinations in Singapore, Olivia moved to Japan to further her studies and career as a solo artist. In Japan, she became a member of a Japanese pop (J-pop) group called Mirai, before she released her bestselling début, “a girl meets bossanova” at only 19. With her sultry, soulful, pristine and innocent vocals, she reinterprets Frank Sinatra such as “Quiet Nights of Quiet Stars” and other jazz and pop numbers. She is one of the new wave of Singapore talent being exported internationally. So far, Olivia is the only pop sensation exported exclusively to Japan, previous stars such as Kit Chan, Tanya Chua, Stefanie Sun, Michelle Saram etc, have only been exporting to the Greater Chinese market through Hong Kong and Taipei.
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