British-Chinese singer Lui Peng to hold shows in KL, Singapore and more
For the first time ever, British-Chinese singer Lui Peng will be bringing his music to Asia. The singer is set to hold 7 shows across 5 countries this September.
Malaysia will be one of the stops for the singer, where he will be performing at The Bee, Publika, on 13 September 2018 (Thursday) at 8pm.
The singer will be taking the stage with R&B artiste Nadhira, Wanted Symphony and singer songwriter Amanda Avyanna, who will be performing with a full band.
Entrance fee is RM25, inclusive of a drink.
Lui Peng’s show in Malaysia will be held on 13 September.
Prior to hitting Malaysian shores, Lui Peng will be kicking off his Asian tour with a 2-day show on 6 and 7 September in China. He will then head over to Hong Kong on 8 September.
Singapore will be the second destination to feature a 2-day show, where he will perform at Music Matters Live on 10 and 11 September.
Last but not least, the singer will wrap up his tour in Tokyo, Japan, on 14 September.
The dates for Lui Peng’s upcoming Asian tour.
As a teen of 19, a decade after moving to London from China at just nine years old, Lui Peng started posting covers on Youtube. Last year, he caught the attention of music aficionados with his “Demons” remixes EP, which included the tracks “Let Me Go” and “Nocturnal” (featuring London Rap Icon Che Lingo).
The singer recently released a music video for his single, “No Rush”.
“I had wanted to write a song like this for a while that was tastefully tongue in cheek as well as being genuinely sweet and romantic,” explained Lui Peng.
““No Rush” is a song that tries to look at the world from a perspective where time is abundant. A concept that often gets lost inside the stresses of everyday life.”
Watch the music video below and feel the rush before catching Lui Peng live during his upcoming tour!