Eason Chan

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Eason Chan
Eason getalife.jpg
Chan at his Get a Life concert 2006
Background information
Origin Hong Kong
Born 27 July 1974 (1974-07-27) (age 43)
Hong Kong
Other name(s) God of Songs (E-Son), King of Pop
Occupation Musician, record producer, actor, businessman
Genre(s) pop, pop rock, soft rock, dance pop
Instrument(s) Vocals, guitar, keyboards, drums, accordion, harmonica, saxophone, trumpet, violin
Voice type(s) Tenor, Falsetto
Label(s) Cinepoly Records (2004–present)
Music Plus (2000–2004)
Capital Artists (1995–2000)
Years active 1995–present
Spouse(s) Hilary Tsui
Children Constance Chan
This is a Chinese name; the family name is Chan.

Eason Chan Yik-shun (Chinese: 陳奕迅) is a Hong Kong singer and actor. Eason Chan has been praised by Time magazine as a front runner in the next generation of Cantopop. He was third Hong Kong singer to be called the "god of songs" after Samuel Hui and Jacky Cheung. In 2012, Time Out Hong Kong crowned Chan as the "King of Asian Pop".

Music awards statistics[change | change source]

Year MRHMA USCA RTHK JSG Joint Music Award Total
1995 00
1996 1 1 02
1997 1 01
1998 1 2 3 2 1 09
1999 2 4 3 1 1 11
2000 2 3 4 2 1 12
2001 3 4 4 2 1 14
2002 4 3 4 2 1 14
2003 2 2 3 1 1 09
2004 00
2005 6 5 6 2 1 20
2006 6 3 3 2 14
2007 5 5 6 4 1 21
2008 5 3 5 2 15
2009 6 4 7 1 18
2010 7 5 7 ^ 19
2011 4 5 5 ^ 14

Discography[change | change source]

Studio albums[change | change source]

  1. Eason Chan 陳奕迅 (Cantonese, 1996)
  2. Tear 一滴眼淚 (Mandarin, 1996)
  3. Always With Me 與我常在 (Cantonese, 1997)
  4. Preparation 醞釀 (Mandarin, 1997)
  5. My Happy Time 我的快樂時代 (Cantonese, 1998)
  6. New Life 新生活 (Cantonese, 1998)
  7. God Bless Lover 天佑愛人 (Cantonese, 1999)
  8. Wedding Blessing 婚禮的祝福 (Mandarin, 1999)
  9. Happiness 幸福 (Cantonese, 1999)
  10. Nothing Really Matters (Cantonese, 2000)
  11. Some Like it Hot 打得火熱 (Cantonese, 2000)
  12. 68'29' (Cantonese, 2000)[1]
  13. Shall We Dance? Shall We Talk! (Cantonese, 2001)
  14. It's Me 反正是我 (Mandarin, 2001) – Nominated for "Best Male Singer" in Golden Melody Awards, Harlem Yu was the winner
  15. The Easy Ride (Cantonese, 2001)
  16. Mixed Up (2001)
  17. Special Thanks To... (Mandarin,2002) – Won "Best Male Singer" & "Best Album of the year" in Golden Melody Awards, he is the only singer to win these two awards in the same year
  18. Five-star home 五星級的家 (Cantonese, 2002)
  19. The Line-Up (Cantonese, 2002)
  20. Black. White. Gray 黑白灰 (Mandarin, 2003) – Nominated for "Best Male Singer" in Golden Melody Awards, Sky Wu was the winner
  21. Live For Today (Cantonese, 2003)
  22. Seven 七 (Mandarin, 2003)
  23. I Had a Great Time (No release)
  24. U87 (Cantonese, 2005) – Recommended by Time Magazine as one of the five best Asian albums worth buying
  25. How 怎麼樣 (Mandarin, 2005)
  26. Sound & Sight (2005)
  27. Great 5000 Secs Vol.1 and 2 (2005)
  28. Life Continues... (Cantonese, 2006)
  29. What's going on...? (Cantonese, 2006)
  30. My Great Age 我的最好時代 (Cantonese, 2006)
  31. Admit It 認了吧 (Mandarin, 2007) – Nominated for "Best Male Singer" in Golden Melody Awards, Gary Chaw was the winner
  32. Listen To Eason Chan (Cantonese, 2007)
  33. Soliday (Cantonese, 2008)
  34. Don't Want To Let Go 不想放手 (Mandarin, 2008) – Won "Best Album of the year" & nominated for "Best Male Singer" in Golden Melody Awards, Jay Chou was the winner
  35. H³M (Cantonese, 2009)
  36. 5/F Blissful 上五樓的快活 (Mandarin, 2009) – Nominated for "Best Male Singer" in Golden Melody Awards, David Tao was the winner
  37. Time Flies (Cantonese, 2010)
  38. Taste the Atmosphere (Cantonese, 2010)
  39. Stranger Under My Skin (Cantonese, 2011)
  40. ?(Mandarin, 2011)
  41. ...3mm (Cantonese, 2012)

References[change | change source]

Other websites[change | change source]

Preceded by
Harlem Yu 庾澄慶
Golden Melody Awards

Best Male Mandarin Artist
winner
2003

Succeeded by
Sky Wu 伍思凱