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CoCo Lee

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CoCo Lee promoting Shèngkāi (2013)

CoCo Lee (李玟) is a popular Chinese Mandopop singer, songwriter and record producer. Throughout the late 1990's, she was one of the most popular and influential artists in Asia. Although the majority of her albums have been sung in Mandarin, she also sings in Cantonese and English. In 1999, she embarked on an international career and was the first Chinese artist to perform at the Oscars. She is most well known in Asia for her breakthrough hit "Wǎngrì Qíng" and internationally for the theme song to Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon, "A Love Before Time".

Profile

  • Stage Name: CoCo Lee (李玟)
  • Name: Lei Mei-lam (李美林)
  • Birthday: January 17, 1975
  • Birthplace: Hong Kong
  • Height: 162cm
  • Blood Type: O
  • Education: University of California (Major in Biochemistry and Bioscience)
  • Family: Mother, Step-Dad, Two sisters (Nancy & Carol)
  • Highschool:Raoul Wallenburg Alternative High School (San Francisco)
  • Languages: English, Cantonese, French and Mandarin
  • Hobbies: Studying Skeletons (biology), drawing, singing, poetry, dancing, choreographing, listening to music (R&B & Soul)
  • Dance Moves: Hip-Hop grooves
  • Artists: Mariah Carey, Madonna, George Michael, David Huang, Whitney Houston
  • Book: Wuthering Heights
  • Movies: RainMan, In The Name Of The Father
  • Actors: Tom Hanks, Meg Ryan, Russle Crowe

Mandarin Discography

Studio Albums

Compilation Albums

Remix Albums

Cover Albums

Mini-Albums

Singles

Digital Singles

Cantonese Discography

Studio Albums

International Discography

Studio Albums

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