Famous Singers from Singapore

Welcome to a list of notable or famous singers from Singapore, with bios and photos, including the top singers born in Singapore, as well as some popular singers who immigrated to Singapore. If you're trying to find out the names of famous Singaporean singers, then this list is exactly what you're seeking. Make sure to also check out famous Singaporean bands, popular models from Singapore, and the best actors from Singapore. These male and female singers are among the most prominent in their field, and information about each well-known singer from Singapore is included when available.

People here include Singaporean singers Stefanie Sun to JJ Lin. This talented musicians from Singapore list answers questions like, "Who are some Singaporean singers of note?" and "Who are the most famous singers from Singapore?" These prominent singers of Singapore may or may not be currently alive, but they're all respected Singaporean singers.

Use this list of renowned Singaporean singers to discover some new Malay singers from Singapore, perhaps as a gateway into a rich and vibrant global music scene.

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  • A-do Do
    Age: 50
    Du Chengyi (simplified Chinese: 杜成义; traditional Chinese: 杜成義; pinyin: Dù Chéngyì), known professionally as A-do (阿杜), is a Singaporean singer . The ex-construction foreman was spotted by Singaporean producer Billy Koh in his company's talent search and was signed to Ocean Butterflies Music. He released his debut album in 2002.
  • Stefanie Sun

    Stefanie Sun

    Age: 38
    • Birthplace: Singapore
  • Arif


    Age: 39
    Arif is a singer.
    • Birthplace: Johor, Malaysia
    Tan Hung Wee (born 29 August 1969), better known by his Chinese stage name Chen Hanwei (Chinese: 陈汉玮), is a Malaysian actor based in Singapore.
    • Birthplace: Singapore
    Corrinne May (born Corrinne Foo May Ying; 19 January 1973) is a Los Angeles-based Singaporean musician, singer, and songwriter.
  • Daphne Khoo (born 22 January 1987) is a Singaporean singer. She was a contestant in the first season of Singapore Idol, finishing up in fourth place (third runner up) during Asian Songs week. She was also host of Idol-On-Demand, an online programme for Singapore Idol. She was video-featured on Singapore youth TV station CTV. She was also one of the contestants in the television show The Dance Floor in the group Snaap!