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Introducing The Faumuis from Australia

Wednesday, March 25th, 2015

We are happy to announce cooperation with talented Australian youth artists The Faumuis!

The Faumuis

Kashia (19), Salale (17) and Koebi (12) Faumui have been singing and performing together for over four years. Predominately raised and influenced by gospel and acapella music from a young age, the group have been exploring and broadening their interests in other music genres. All three have been classically trained in piano and have extended their interest of musical instruments to guitar, bass, ukulele, trumpet and drums.

The group developed their vocal ability to sing and harmonize through regular singing sessions around the guitar as toddlers, and under the musical influences of their Samoan father and Polish mother.

Having already performed at various conferences, corporate events and festivals with positive feedback, the group spent six months writing, recording and producing their first album “Seriously” which was released in January 2012. The group continued to write record and produce a number of albums of music and have a new album coming out this month, “Songs for Emma”highlighting the serious issue of child abuse in our institutions and wider community.

Pro Soul Alliance is representing and assisting in managing the band , focusing on promoting them in China.

To listen, visit their music page here.

For more information on the group contact faumuis@prosoulalliance.com or visit their website for links to their social profiles and numerous youtube performance videos.

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Our latest artist: China’s Tracy Tan

Tuesday, September 9th, 2014


We would like to introduce you to a unique and talented artist from China, Tracy Tan. Her first album called “Ten Years Adrift” is unique because each piece of music was written and sung by her.
As you may know, most pop artists in China and Korea are manufactured artists which means you really don’t know who the singer is at all, they have been created by a company. It is rare to have an artist like Tracy who has written music from her own personal experience, and had the songs produced according to her own vision. She’s also a great dancer, and will feature that in upcoming videos for the songs.

The lyrics from her songs capture the life of a young Chinese girl in the big city in Beijing, “Dreams are not that easy to realize; though there are tears streaming down your eyes, as if there were no tomorrow; if there’s a chance to escape the sorrow, to make your dreams come true, you’ll find that chance in you.”

Her lyrics shed light on what her life has been like for the last 10 years, since 2004.
No matter how difficult things got, she kept pressing on, and her attitude always reflected her words, “Strive to realize your dreams, and no matter what happens, never give up on love.”
Her courage and determination has brought her to where she is today.

The idea of a dream is rare amongst people in China, so Tracy’s music gives a vision of a different and hopeful future.

Click play below for a track called ‘Because I’m a Woman’ produced by Pro Souls Jarome Matthew about life from the perspective of a Chinese girl:

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More of the music from Tracy’s debut EP album here:
http://www.xiami.com/album/708957248?spm=a1z1s.6659509.6856557.7.oIhd5D