A Sassy Singaporean singer-songwriter, Tay Kewei used to be the supporting singer of superstars David Tao, A-mei, Wang Lee Hom and our country’s very own JJ Lin. She has since released 3 full length albums under her belt, which broke through the Asia market regionally.

Kewei was nicknamed the “angel of harmony” and she plays several instruments such as the guitar, ukulele and piano, but catches most attention by playing the er-hu. Kewei’s talents has got her involved in many events and performances, such as the NDP Parade 2014, Celebrate SG50 Countdown show, Temasek Holding’s Jubilee at the Botanic Gardens, SEA Games 2015 and ASEAN-China Friendship Concert at Beijing TV Centre, just to name a few.

In June 2016, Kewei staged her first full-fledged solo concert at the Esplanade Concert Hall, and were well-received by the media and public alike. She also released her latest EP <Chi> in conjunction with the concert.

In 2017, she filmed her very own reality web series with Alfred Sim. In August 2017, she released a duet “Yi Wei De Yi Wei” with Alfred Sim, one of the soundtracks for Mediacorp Channel 8 blockbuster drama ‘When Duty Calls’, which was in Singapore Viral50 playlist on Spotify.

Career Highlights:

Hong Kong Asian-Pop Music Festival 香港亞洲流行音樂節
Experience ASEAN 2018

Billboard Rockx III, performed with Nanyang Polytechnic Chinese Orchestra at Esplanade Concert Hall
Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre Opening Concert

ASEAN-China Friendship Concert 中国东盟歌会 at Hainan International Convention and Exhibition Centre - Sang original duet 'Proud of Love' with Alfred Sim

Staged first full-fledged solo concert '七年之氧‘ / 'Chi' at Esplanade Concert Hall

ASEAN-China Friendship Concert 中国东盟歌会 at Beijing TV Centre – Sang 'Home' with 30-piece orchestra
Chengdu Music Festival 成都国际友城⻘年音乐周 – 3 day music festival with international youth acts
Singapore Day in Shanghai – organised by Prime Minister's Office
SEA Games Closing Ceremony – Sang 'You're Wonderful' at the Stadium

National Day Parade

Marintec China 2013 in Shanghai

MU:Con Seoul 2012 – first Singaporean nominated to perform
ASEAN Music For the Queen Concert 2012 in Bangkok, Thailand
Midem Music Festival 2012 in Cannes, France

Hong Kong Asian Music Festival 2011, runner-up for Best Vocalist against Top Asian artistes

Singapore Hit Awards 2010 Best Newcomer - Media Choice Winner