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Lunch With Sumiko: My fame may have peaked, but not my music, says Nathan Hartono

He's been in the limelight half his life. Singer Nathan Hartono has no illusions it will last

Nathan Hartono has loved singing since he was a child and he knows that music will always be a part of his life, even if he may not be doing it at the level he is currently at.
Nathan Hartono has loved singing since he was a child and he knows that music will always be a part of his life, even if he may not be doing it at the level he is currently at.ST PHOTO: GAVIN FOO
Nathan Hartono has loved singing since he was a child and he knows that music will always be a part of his life, even if he may not be doing it at the level he is currently at. And should he no longer be a performer, he is confident that he has racke
Nathan Hartono plays a zombie in When Ghost Meets Zombie, where he acts opposite singer-actress Ferlyn G. PHOTO: GOLDEN VILLAGE PICTURES

Fame is fleeting and Nathan Hartono knows this.

He believes he hit his peak some three years ago but is none too worried that things haven't been the same since.

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A version of this article appeared in the print edition of The Sunday Times on March 10, 2019, with the headline ' 'My fame may have peaked, but not my music''. Print Edition | Subscribe