Article: Top 10 Chinese Singers Who Started Their Journey From Reality Shows

Reality shows have become an important part of our lives in the twenty-first century. Taking up music as a career used to be fraught with difficulties, and even then, finding a place in the industry as a playback singer was difficult. However, with the introduction of the concept of a reality show, many people's dreams have become today's reality. So, here are the Top 10 Chinese Singers Who Got Their Start on Reality Shows.

1. Zhang Bichen

Diamond Zhang, also known as Zhang Bichen, is a Chinese singer. She was a member of the Sunny Days girl group from South Korea. She won the Chinese singing competition The Voice of China in 2014.


2. Hua Chenyu

Hua Chenyu is a Chinese singer-songwriter known for his powerful vocals, broad vocal range, dramatic stage performances, and composing ability. After competing in Singer 2018, he gained widespread recognition for his ability to adapt and rearrange songs.


3. Jason Zhang

Jason Zhang, also known as Zhang Jie, is a Chinese pop singer. He made his television series debut in 2004 when he won the reality singing competition, My Show. Zhang had released 12 albums and performed 34 concerts by the end of May 2017.


4. Momo Wu

Wu Mochou, born on April 18, 1992, is a Chinese singer. She became well-known after placing second in The Voice of China (season 1). Wu was born as the daughter of a singer in the Chinese city of Qiqihar. As a child, Wu traveled throughout the country in a caravan with her parents.


5. Jam Hsiao

Jam Hsiao is a singer and actor from Taiwan. He began working as a restaurant singer at the age of 17, while still in high school. Hsiao appeared in the first season of China Television's One Million Star in May 2007.


6. Huang Xiaoyun

Huang Xiaoyun is a Chinese singer and actress who was born in Bouyei. She rose to prominence after competing on the Chinese television talent show The Voice of China 4 in 2015, and then again in 2020 on Hunan TV's Singer 2020.


7. Mao Buyi

Wang Weijia, better known as Mao Buyi, is a Chinese singer-songwriter who rose to prominence in 2017 after winning the all-male singing competition The Coming One. He released his debut album Perfect Day in 2018, and in 2019 he had two No. 1 singles on the Billboard China singles chart.


8. Bibi Zhou

Bibi Zhou, also known as Zhou Bichang, is a Chinese singer, songwriter, and actress. In 2005, she made her singing debut by placing second in the Chinese singing competition Super Girl. Her debut album, Who Touched My Violin String, was released the following year.


9. Su Yunying

Su Yunying, also known as Sue Su, is a Li ethnic Chinese singer-songwriter. Su was born and raised in the Hainan province of Sanya. Su rose to prominence in 2015 on Sing My Song, where she placed second with her written debut song, "Yezi."


10. Li Ronghao

Li Ronghao is a singer-songwriter, actor, and producer from China. He has six studio albums and three EPs to his credit, and he won the Golden Melody Award for Best New Singer in 2013. He has also appeared in three films, the most recent of which was the smash hit Duckweed.