Sơn Tùng MTP ('Suhn Doong' or 'Suhng Doong' MTP) is recognisably one of the most popular male artists in Vietnam today and one of the most renowned Vietnamese singers elsewhere with a sizable fan following in places as far off as Brazil. He is often touted as being the Justin Bieber of Vietnam although many claim he is more of a G-Dragon (looks wise). He rose to fame with the hit single Em Của Ngày Hôm Qua (The 'You' of Yesterday). Known for his fashion sense and myriad facial expressions, he is the only Vpop artist to feature multiple MVs with over 100 million views on YouTube.

He has also been at the centre of numerous controversies, however, many of which claim that he plagiarised other artists such as Charlie Puth's We Don't Talk Anymore (in the song Chúng Ta Không Thuộc Về Nhau) which explains the high dislikes ratio on the MV. Nonetheless these are merely claims that are unfounded for the most part and only loosely true. His appearance has also been subject to claims of copying Korean artist G-Dragon.

He recently released an album called M-TP and was invited to attend the Seoul Fashion Week in Korea along with a number of other Vietnamese guests like female singer Tóc Tiên. His song Lạc Trôi was featured on Australia's SBS Pop Asia program (both televised and on radio). He has won numerous awards including one for his role in the Vietnamese film Chàng trai năm ấy (meaning: The guy of yesteryear, English title: Dandelion). In 2015 he won the Best Southeast Asian MTV EMA award. In June 2017 he will represent Vietnam at the Viral Fest Asia.


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