Cantopop musical groups

Posted May 8, 2011
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  1. Grasshopper



    Grasshopper is a Hong Kong Cantopop male group formed in 1985. The band consists of Edmond Chi-Wai So (Chinese:蘇志威), Calvin Yat-Chi Choy (Chinese:蔡一智) and Remus Yat-Kit Choy (Chinese:蔡一傑). Calvin and Remus are brothers and grew up with neighbour Edmond in a poor neighbourhood in Hong Kong. It was Remus who was interested in dancing and singing at the beginning. His mother was his dancing teacher. In order to enter a talent competition, the 16-year-old Remus enlisted Calvin and Edmond as his back-up dancers. The act did not make it far in the competition but began to perform as a trio. They later named themselves Grasshopper inspired by their agility and favourite cocktail.

  2. Twins



    Twins are a Hong Kong Cantopop duo that was created in the summer of 2001 by Emperor Entertainment Group (EEG). Twins are made up of two girls, Charlene Choi and Gillian Chung. They are a popular group in Hong Kong and a top band in China. Their fanbase have included Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Canada, Australia, United States, Vietnam and Philippines. Their music was generally targeted at young teens, but in 2004 they began to attract a wider audience by venturing into different styles of music. In February 2008 the duo temporarily separated after the Edison Chen photo scandal involving Gillian Chung. After two years the group finally reunited in 2010.

  3. Shine



    Shine is a Hong Kong Cantopop duo consisting of Tsui Tin-Yau (???) and Wong Yau-Nam (???). They first signed with EMI then later signed with Warner Music Hong Kong.

  4. The Wynners

    The Wynners


    The Wynners are a Hong Kong pop band formed in the 1970s. The group consists of Alan Tam (lead vocals), Kenny Bee (lead vocals, rhythm guitar, keyboards), Bennett Pang (lead guitar), Danny Yip (bass), and Anthony Chan (drums).

  5. Beyond



    Beyond was a Hong Kong rock band that formed in 1983. The band became prominent in Hong Kong, Taiwan, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia and Mainland China. The band was, and still is, widely considered as the most successful and influential Cantonese music group from Hong Kong. In 1993, the founder of the group Wong Ka Kui died due to an accident while filming a show at Fuji Television in Tokyo. Beyond continued to perform and record after Wong Ka Kui's death. In 2005, the remaining members Paul Wong, Wong Ka Keung and Yip Sai Wing decided to pursue their own solo careers, and Beyond officially disbanded.

  6. Sun Boy'z

    Sun Boy'z


    Boy'z is a Hong Kong Cantopop duo produced by EEG consisting of members Kenny Kwan and Steven Cheung. Kwan left the group in 2005, and was replaced with Dennis Mak in 2005. In 2006, William Chan joined the group, forming the trio Sun Boy'z. The trio disbanded in 2008, but Kwan and Cheung came back together as a duo in 2010.

  7. HotCha



    HotCha is a Hong Kong cantopop trio group presented by Newaystar entertainment.

  8. Cookies



    Cookies was a music group in Hong Kong created by Chan Chi Kwong under giant record label EMI Hong Kong and later managed by Paco Wong of then Gold Label Entertainment (now known as Gold Typhoon). The group was formed with nine members in 2002 and was considered an emulation of the Japanese group Morning Musume. However, in 2003, the management contract of Cookies was passed over to Gold Label Entertainment. Once Paco Wong took over the management of Cookies, he made the decision to reduce the number of group members to four. The successfully remaining members were announced on 27 April 2003, and the four members consisted of Stephy Tang, Kary Ng, Theresa Fu, and Miki Yeung (most often referred by the media as Mini Cookies); on the same day, the debut song of Mini Cookies, 「貪你可愛」, was released. Their albums, however, continued to be released under the Cookies name.

  9. Tat Ming Pair

    Tat Ming Pair


    Tat Ming Pair is a Hong Kong singing group, which consists of Anthony Wong Yiu Ming (黃耀明), lead singer, and Tats Lau (劉以達), guitarist and composer. The group was formed in 1985 and enjoyed success until 1990 when the group decided to disband. Anthony proceeded as a solo artist while Tats went into acting. The group had a short reunion stint in 1996. In December 2004, the group regrouped for the concert Live For The People (為人民服務). The latest album The Party was released in 2005.

  10. As One (Chinese Band)

    As One (Chinese Band)


    As One (Hangul에즈 원, stylized as AS ONE), better known by AS1 in South Korea to avoid confusion with Korean girlband As One, is a Hong Kong Cantopop girl group formed by Sun Entertainment Culture and choreographer Sunny Wong. The meaning behind the group's name is based on the concept of unity, with the members united together "as one". The group consists of four members; Shin, Oli, Elfa and Nata.The group promoted as a quartet for two years until Oli's departure in August 2014 to pursue her studies. Subsequently two new members (Chloe and Kayan) joined the group in March 2015 after emerging as champions of a scouting audition. Elfa announced her temporary hiatus from the group in May 2015 due to sustained injuries. As of 15 May 2015, As One is promoting as a quartet with Shin, Nata, Chloe and Kayan. They are currently training in Korea preparing for their comeback in both South Korea and Hong Kong.

  11. My little airport

    My little airport


    my little airport is a Hong Kong-based indie pop band. Their English lyrics are marked by spelling, grammar, and rhythm inflected by Hong Kong English. The band's lyrics and music are written by Ah P (Lam Pang) and sung by Nicole (Nicole Au Kin-ying). The duo occasionally invite friends (Ah Suet, who speaks French, for instance) and relatives (Nicole's younger sister) to participate in their albums and shows. They established Harbour Records with four other indie bands from Hong Kong, and on it released their 2004 debut album the ok thing to do on sunday afternoon is to toddle in the zoo. In 2006 they joined Elefant Records, hoping to gain distribution beyond Hong Kong's small indie fanbase.

  12. EO2



    EO2 is a Cantopop dance group in Hong Kong. The name comes from its 4 members with 2 beginning with "E", and 2 beginning with "O". The members are Eric Tse (???), Eddie Pang (???), Osman Hung (???) and Otto Wong (???).

  13. Krusty



    Krusty is a Cantopop music group formed by Jan Cheung (traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Zhang Yongen) and Chucky (traditional Chinese: ; pinyin: Huó Jilán). The group was created under Hong Kong music production company Silly Thing in 2005, and is characterised by its outstanding dancing skill, bright and upbeat melodies and their cute appearance. Probably because of that, the group receives considerable number of commercial and advertising contracts in their debut year. Their clients in 2005 alone include Panasonic, Esprit, Coca-Cola, Levi's, Sunday, Beauty Square, California Red Karaoke, Puma, 2% ODF etc.

  14. Big Four

    Big Four


    The Big Four is an all-male Hong Kong musical group formed by Dicky Cheung, Andy Hui, William So, and Edmond Leung in 2009. They released their first self-titled single in 2009, in which the single topped most of Hong Kong's music charts. Their next single, "Unable to Love" (????) in 2010, which also topped charts and received consistent airplay for many weeks.

  15. 2R



    2R is a cantopop group in Hong Kong. The group consists of Race Wong and Rosanne Wong, two sisters raised in Singapore. Rosanne is the oldest sister.

  16. Super Girls (Hong Kong band)

    Super Girls (Hong Kong band)


    Super Girls also known as Icon Girls, is a Hong Kong Cantopop girl group formed by Stars Shine International.

  17. Forever Tarkovsky Club

    Forever Tarkovsky Club


    Forever Tarkovsky Club is a one-shot Hong Kong-based indie band made up of Ah P (My Little Airport) and Ho Shan (Pixeltoy). It released its album on July 1, 2009 (a strong symbol, July 1 being the date of a popular protest rally in Hong Kong) and dissolved on July 5, 2009, after a two-night concert they had baptized "All Farewells Should Be Sudden" (and which featured Christina Chan Hau-man). It reunited on January, 8th 2010, when Legislative Councillors voted the funding of the controversial Hong Kong - Guangzhou Express Rail, to lend support to the protestors encircling the Legislative Council.

  18. Dry


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    Dry is a Cantopop music duo that formed between 1997 and 1998 with Mark Lui (traditional Chinese: ) and Stephen Fung (traditional Chinese: ) as bandmates. The group was formed when Mark decided to create a band with himself and another person. After meeting Stephen through friends introductions, they agreed to start a music duo with Universal Music. A year after they formed, they decided to part ways to pursue different career paths. Mark continued as songwriter to many cantopop artists such as Leon Lai and Miriam Yeung. While Stephen started his career in acting and later shift toward to directing and producing Hong Kong films such as Enter the Phoenix.

  19. Citybeat



    Citybeat (Chinese: ????) was a pop music group that was active in Hong Kong during the 1980s. There are four members in the group, namely:

  20. The Pancakes

    The Pancakes


    The Pancakes is a Hong Kong–based one-girl band consisting of independent singer-songwriter Dejay Choi. The music of the Pancakes is characterised by Dejay's very innocent, almost childlike voice with bright and catchy melodies. Most of the Pancakes' songs have English lyrics, unlike the majority of Hong Kong pop music, where Cantonese is the norm.

  21. At17



    at17, consist of Eman Lam and Ellen Joyce Loo, is a Hong Kong–based folktronica and Cantopop all-female band managed under production company People Mountain People Sea.

  22. Dennis Mak

    Dennis Mak

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    Boy'z is a Hong Kong Cantopop duo produced by EEG consisting of members Kenny Kwan and Steven Cheung. Kwan left the group in 2005, and was replaced with Dennis Mak in 2005. In 2006, William Chan joined the group, forming the trio Sun Boy'z. The trio disbanded in 2008, but Kwan and Cheung came back together as a duo in 2010.

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