Joyce Chu

Pop Singer

Joyce Chu was born in Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia on March 7th, 1997 and is the Pop Singer. At the age of 26, Joyce Chu biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, songs, and networth are available.

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Date of Birth
March 7, 1997
Nationality
Malaysia
Place of Birth
Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia
Age
26 years old
Zodiac Sign
Pisces
Profession
Youtuber
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SJK(C) Pei Hwa, Johor Bahru, Malaysia, Si Ling Secondary School, Singapore
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Joyce Chu Life

Joyce Chu (born 7 March 1997), also known as "four-leaf clover"), is a Malaysian singer-songwriter who rose to fame after her album, "Malaysia Chabor," received more than 25 million views on YouTube.

She is also a member of RED People, a group of musicians managed by controversial rapper-songwriter Namewee.

Early life

Joyce Chu, a local Malaysian Chinese, was born and raised in Johor Bahru, Malaysia. Joana, her older sister, and Joey, her older brother who appeared in some of her YouTube videos, have both died. She attended Si Ling Secondary School in Singapore but decided not to continue her education after completing a GCE 'O' Level examination to focus on her career. She plays piano, guitar, and ukulele.

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Joyce Chu Career

Career

She was scouted by Namewee and joined his company name RED People in 2014. "Malaysia Chabor" was her debut on "Malaysia Chabor." The song immediately attracted massive interest in Malaysia and launched her into overnight superstardom upon its debut, and she was thrown into overnight fame. Namewee's music notes that she is a "Malaysian Chabor" (Malaysian girl), not Korean, which is what some believe. In Hokkien, the word 'chabor' refers to a girl. Covers and parodies were born from the song. The MV video has since surpassed YouTube's at around 27 million views.

Chu performed "Your Little Round Hand" on the 100th anniversary of Doraemon's birth in October 2014. Chu's debut in Taiwan in November 2015 with three songs on her first EP, "Joyce Chu."

The EP's lead song, "I Miss You," became a hit on the internet and went viral due to its catchy lyrics and melodies. This song was also covered by other celebrities and artists, including Happy Polla and TFBoys, contributing to a surge in fame. According to YouTube, the MV has since had around 58 million views. "I Miss You 2.0" starring Namewee was released shortly, and a Vietnamese version was released.

Young & Fabulous, a Singaporean comedy film, starred her in May 2016. In the film about cosplay, she plays Aloysius Pang, Jeffrey Xu, and Joshua Tan. Chu appeared on the Chinese music reality show Heroes of Remix in June 2016, under Wang Leehom's mentorship.

With three songs, she released her second EP, "Together / Merry Cold Christmas," in December 2016. She performed "Simple Love" with local singer Michiyo Yo; and Jacky Cheung's "The Never Old Legend" in 2017. With ten songs, she released her first studio album, 'Where It All Started', in December 2017.

Music in Love, Chu starred in Taiwanese web drama Music in Love. She appears in the Thailand romantic comedy film Friends Zone in 2019 and is one of Southeast Asian singers for its main OST. She also recorded Le Coup de Foudre, China's first comedy series.

She appeared in the Taiwanese drama series I, Myself, in April 2020. In Taiwanese Hokkien, she is one of the main casts in the self-healing themed series and performances. She competes in Produce Camp 2020 (Chuang 2020), where she is one of the two trainees from Southeast Asia, in May 2020. She made it to the final round and finished in 9th place.

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