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JUDGES

  • Kit Chan

    Kit Chan is one of Singapore’s most established and multi-faceted artiste. In 1994, Kit propelled Singapore’s pop music into the region with the album “Heartache” and went on to establish herself as a critically-acclaimed singer with a chain of hit songs such as “Worries”, “Like You”, “Show Off”, “Wait and Wait” and more.

    A dynamic performer, Kit has won numerous musical accolades and taken her performances to many parts of Asia. She has also collaborated with symphonies and orchestras in Hong Kong, Taiwan and Singapore.

    Back home, she is perhaps most loved for the song “Home” which she first performed at the 1998 National Day Parade, and which has earned her the title of “National Treasure”.

  • Lee Wei Song

    Lee Wei Song is one of Singapore’s well-known songwriters and music producers in the Mandopop world. Having started his music journey since the year 1984, he has created multiple hit songs such as “I’ve Waited Till Flowers Had Withered”, “Thinking of You 365 Days”, “My Desired Happiness”, “Against The Light”, and more.

    His passion and love for music and his belief in sharing it with everyone through education has also led to the opening of Lee Wei Song School of Music in 1995. Under his tutelage, he has cultivated and inspired many industry professionals, musicians and artistes since.

  • Lee Si Song

    Twin brother of Lee Wei Song, Lee Si Song is one of Singapore’s most prolific songwriters and music producers renowned in the Mandopop world. Having started his music journey in 1984, he has created multiple hit songs such as “A Thousand Reasons To Be Sad”, “Heard That Love Has Come Back”, “Dark Sky”, “Magical”, “Green Light”, “What I Miss”, “I am Fine”, “Princess” and many more.

    His interest in the creative process of music led to the opening of music production and publishing house, WISE Entertainment Pte Ltd, in 2007. His love and passion for exploring the different types of musical instruments worldwide have inspired him greatly to be experimentative in his work, which compliments his remarkable abilities in music arrangement.

  • Kelly Yu

    Chinese-Canadian singer and actress Kelly Yu was born in Liaoning, China, and graduated from Berklee College of Music. Yu landed on her first lead role in a television series in 2014, and released her debut album “Spirits” in the same year. She starred in The Ex-File 3: The Return of the Exes in 2017 and sang the popular theme song "Decent ".

  • Weibird Wei

    Weibird Wei is a Taiwanese Mandopop and folk-rock singer-songwriter. He gained media attention when he emerged as the winner of a reality television singing competition in 2006. In 2011, he won Best New Artiste at the 22nd Taiwan Golden Melody Awards, and subsequently also won “Best Composer” at 26th Golden Melody Awards with his lead single "Wolves".

  • Angela Zhang

    Angela Zhang is a Taiwanese singer, actress, music producer, and one of the most popular singers in the Mandopop music world. Since 2001, she has released ten music albums, and is a household name in the Chinese music scene.

  • Where Chou

    Where Chou, a renowned Mandopop female singer, has been captivating many audiences with her sweet-sounding vocal since she released her debut album “Where Chou, Chosen” in 1999. In 2020, Chou released her latest single titled “Moonlight” and held her Where, In The Moonlight sold out concert in Taipei in November.

  • Kit Chan
  • Lee Wei Song
  • Lee Si Song
  • Kelly Yu
  • Weibird Wei
  • Angela Zhang
  • Where Chou

MENTORS

  • Hong Junyang

    Hong Junyang kickstarted his music career as a contestant on season one of Project SuperStar in 2005, where he emerged as the runner-up in the male category. The multi-talented musician has since arranged, composed and produced over 30 songs spanning from television soundtracks to album and songs for artistes like A-do and BY2. His talent has also received recognition at several industry awards including his recent win at the 2018 QQ Music Awards. In March 2021, Junyang made his long-awaited comeback with a brand new single “Light Of My Life” which made it to several music charts and coincided with his first-ever, solo concert that was a sold-out success.

  • The Freshman

    Made up of Project SuperStar season two alumnae Carrie Yeo and Chen Diya, the Singapore pop-duo was formed in 2010 and has been winning new fans with their original compositions and perfect harmonies. They released their widely anticipated album “Growing Up”, a documentation of their musical growth in 2016, which featured the karaoke hit and award-winning song “Holding On”.

    In 2016, the duo also did a two-year whirlwind tour across the globe as backup vocalists for Jacky Cheung and made their debut at National Day Parade 2021, reprising their hit “Call Me (Not Maybe)” at the pre-parade and performed “Xi Shui Chang Liu at the main show.

  • Hong Junyang
  • The Freshman