Biography

Biography

LOGO

Hua Chenyu, a male singer and songwriter from the People’s Republic of China, who also works as an arranger. He graduated from Wuhan Conservatory of Music. Hua’s main nickname in the media is “Hua hua (花花)”, which means flower. However, most fans, regardless of age, refer to him as “Big Brother / Boss” (大哥).

In September 2018, five years after his debut, Hua held a two-day personal concert at China’s largest stadium, the Beijing National Stadium (Bird’s Nest), becoming the first to do so among the singers born after 1990.

Since 2021, Hua Chenyu has upgraded his personal concerts to outdoor rock festivals, each time builting a huge venue. The concert includes matinee and evening Show every day, as well as art installation and food street, attracting tens of thousands of spectators who dress up in flashy costumes and cosplay every day. They can enjoy a music carnival from afternoon to late night.

Hua Chenyu

  • Traditional Chinese: 華晨宇
  • Simplified Chinese: 华晨宇
  • Hanyu Pinyin: Huà Chén yŭ
  • Place of Birth: Shiyan, Hubei Province, China
  • Birth: February 7, 1990
  • Child: One daughter

Biography

  • Born on February 7, 1990, in Shiyan, Hubei Province, People’s Republic of China.

  • Hua repeated his senior year of high school, and in 2010, he was admitted to his dream university - Wuhan Conservatory of Music, with the top score.

  • In 2013, Hua debuted as the Champion of “Superboy 2013“, a musical talent competition which aims at uncovering talented tomorrow new male stars.

  • In January 2014, Hua performed on the stage of The 2013 CCTV Spring Festival Gala (中国中央电视台春节联欢晚会).

  • In September 2014, one year after his debut, Hua held a two-day personal concert with an audience of over 10,000 people at the Wukesong Arena in Beijing.

  • In September 2014, Hua released his first album “Quasimodo’s Gift (卡西莫多的礼物)“.

  • From July to August 2015, Hua held a three-day personal concert with an audience of over 10,000 people at the Shanghai Indoor Stadium. The personal concert on August 1st was broadcast in real time, recording 2.64 million online viewers.

  • In December 2015, Hua released his second album “Aliens (异类)“.

  • From July to September 2016, Hua held a three-day personal concert with an audience of over 10,000 people in Beijing, Shanghai, and Shenzhen.

  • In December 2016, Hua won the Best Asian Artist Award at the 2016 Mnet Asian Music Awards.

  • In March 2017, Hua released his third album “H“.

  • In October 2017, Hua held a two-day personal concert with an audience of over 10,000 people at the Wukesong Arena in Beijing. The personal concert on October 14 was broadcast in real time, recording 2.64 million online viewers.

  • In September 2018, five years after his debut, Hua held a two-day personal concert at China’s largest stadium, the Beijing National Stadium (Bird’s Nest), becoming the first to do so among the singers born after 1990.

  • In November 2019, Hua held a three-day personal concert at the Wuyuan River Stadium on Hainan Island. About 80% of the audience came from outside Hainan Island. According to local reports, sales at the airport duty-free shop on the first day of the concert increased by about 67%, and the live concert had a significant economic impact on the local area.

  • On December 4, 2019, Hua released the single “I’m Here AKA I Really Want to Love This World (好想爱这个世界啊)“, broking China’s digital single sales record and music app’s purchase record.

  • On February 21, 2020, Hua premiered the single “You Have To Believe This Is Not the Last Day (你要相信这不是最后一天)“ on the China singing talent show contest “Singer 2020“ to support people who have been severely affected by COVID19. This work reflects his strong feelings towards his hometown of Hubei Province and Wuhan, where he spent time in high school and university.

  • In April 2020, Hua was declared winner (AKA King of Singers) of “Singer 2020“. At the time of the program’s broadcast, Hua became the youngest “King of Singers” in history since the program aired.

  • In May 2020, Hua released his fourth album “NEW WORLD“. (Note: the MV for one of the main songs, “Bullfight (斗牛)“, was produced by a Japanese production team, directed by Mitsunori Yokobori, and animated by Yoshiki Imazu.)

  • In 2020, Hua opened a new SNS account “Mars Space Station (火星空间站)“ and started operating his art toy brand“Masper”.

  • On January 21, 2021, rumors spread on the internet that Hua Chenyu and female singer Zhang Bichen have a 2-year-old daughter. The next day, Hua admitted that he has a daughter. Immediately afterwards, Hua’s studio commented to the media that “Hua Chenyu is currently single, and the two of them will raise their child together on the premise that they will not get married, and they will be both involved in the child’s growth process.”

  • From November 26 to December 5, 2021, Hua held a six-day personal concert at the Changying Wonderland in Haikou, and premiered one new song each day, for a total of six new songs. Hua served as the general director of this concert and built a huge venue on the lawn square of the amusement park. The concert was in the form of a music festival without seats, and included two performances each day, “Matinee (2:07pm-4:30pm)” and “Evening Show (19:30pm-22:00pm)”.

  • On September 25, 2022, Hua Chenyu held an online concert “Mars Chapter“ for the 9th anniversary of his debut, rearranged 11 songs in collaboration with a symphony orchestra and choir, and experienced orchestra conducting and acapella singing for the first time. The two-hour live broadcast exceeded 200 million online views.

  • In December 2022, Hua released his fifth album “希忘Hope”.

  • In 2023, Hua Chenyu held a live tour around China in the style of a rock festival. The theme of this tour is to take fans to the great rivers and mountains of the motherland, and Hua even promised an all-night sunrise concert. In the first half of the year, Hua has held a total of 11 live concerts in four cities: Hangzhou, Chengdu, Wuhan, and Changsha.

  • NEW⇒On May 30, 2023, Hua Chenyu was certified by the Peace Elite League (PEL) under the ID of @花傲天, and officially registered with the Hangzhou LGD Team as a youth player (Attacker). The name “傲天” describes an arrogant, conceited, and invincible character that appears in Chinese internet novels and Japanese Comic.

  • NEW⇒On September 9, 2023, Hua Chenyu once again held a two-day personal concert at the Beijing National Stadium (Bird’s Nest). The theme of this concert is a perfect report in which he looks back on the 10 years since his debut. This is Bird’s Nest’s first four-sided stage after the Olympic opening ceremony. The design and construction were also handled by the production team of the 2008 Beijing Olympic and 2022 Beijing Winter Olympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies, who are also Hua Chenyu’s fans. Naturally, Hua also set a record of 100,000 viewers for a single concert in China.

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