Music Scene: Singapore musicians get daring

(From top left, clockwise) Derrick Hoh, Jasmine Sokko, QQ Brothers and Shelby Wang. PHOTOS: CROSS RATIO ENTERTAINMENT, WARNER MUSIC CHINA, INTUNE MUSIC
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SINGAPORE - Singapore musicians have recently put out at least five Mandarin music releases. They are not the usual love songs and ballads, but branch into other genres such as R&B, hip-hop and electronic music. The Straits Times highlights 10 new Chinese music offerings.

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