Jeanie Lee, better known by her stage name Gin Lee, is a Malaysian singer of Chinese descent. She is currently based in Hong Kong. Gin Lee debuted her singing career in 2009 by releasing her debut album ONE & ONLY in Malaysia. In 2010, she appeared on Hong Kong reality television singing competition The Voice 2 and gained popularity in Hong Kong for her vocal ability. Gin Lee subsequently moved to Hong Kong and made her Cantonese debut in 2011 under BMA Records with the EP Here I Come. She gained popularity in mainland China when she participated in the singing competition The Voice of China in which Jay Chou was her mentor. In 2016, she signed with Universal Music. Her 2016 album beGin topped the Hong Kong Record Merchants Association sales chart for four weeks and was certified platinum by the Hong Kong Recording Industry Alliance. Singles from beGin achieved 61 number ones on music charts. She released her live recording concept album Live in the Moment in September 2017.
|Born:||August 26, 1987, Johor Bahru, Malaysia|
|Occupation:||Singer, songwriter, actress|
|Relatives:||Meeia Foo (cousin)|
|Instagram:||Gin Lee's Instagram profile|
About Gin Lee
Pop singer/songwriter who rose to notoriety in 2013 after the release of her EP Ginetic. In 2015, she competed on the fourth season of the reality singing contest The Voice of China.
She participated in the Icom-Universal Song Writing Showcase at the age of 21.
In 2010, she was cast in a stage production of Flower Laughter Ensemble.
She is from Malaysia.
She was a member of celebrity judge Jay Chou's team on The Voice of China.
Information related to Gin Lee
- Malaysian female singers
- Cantopop singers