Since her debut album in 2012 titled "Home Girl", resident Sweetie pie Sharon Kwan has stayed quiet for the last four years, before finally releasing her second album "Blossom 2.0".
Releasing her first album when she was only 16 and now as a 20-year old, this second album's theme and name signifies her growth as a person, and her blossoming into a beautiful young lady!
In this album, Kwan hopes to reflect upon the different possibilities that are open to a 20 year old girl. Having participated in "The Voice of China" under the tutelage of Mandopop King Jay Chou, he has also put in a few good words for her by recommending her to try singing fast songs rather than her usual balladic or easygoing sound.
She took up his suggestion in this album, by releasing the song "Luv Me Luv me" which wowed audiences with her 180 degree change in appearance and her even more electrifying youthful energy.
Also for this second album, Kwan has honed her songwriting chops by participating for the first time in the songwriting process. Due to her increased involvement in the creative process, Kwan was inspired and thus has two self-composed songs in this album; "Don't Say" and "Go away, who are you".
Once again working with the godfather of R & B and mentor David Tao as the producer for Kwan's album, being able to produce works which meet his high criteria is a feat in itself!
In these four years, Sharon wishes to now show her fans that she has grown a lot, not just as a person, but also in terms of her skills, transforming herself into a professional artist who can sing, dance, play musical instruments, and self-compose songs!
So proud of her for taking this next step, and can't wait to listen to her whole album!