VannDa shows no signs of stopping.
One of Cambodia’s most prominent young artists, VannDa builds on the astronomical success of his statement-making single ‘Time To Rise’ with a project that he calls a “mental health university”.
“I think Khmer music is on the right path,” VannDa said. “And for me, I feel that we do not have more time to wait. We must go.”
“Those who suffered the most were the people” – composer Him Sophy on the impact of explosive violence in Cambodia, and the power of...
Commissioned by Cambodian Living Arts, Him Sophy has written a moving piece to honour those who lost their lives during the civil war and under the Khmer Rouge regime.
“Bangsokol: A Requiem for Cambodia,” a symphonic work by composer Him Sophy and the first major such piece to address the Khmer Rouge genocide in the country, recently was released on Entertain Impact label.
He's also shared the first episode of a documentary about his upcoming project 'Skull 2: Season 1'
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A Bay Area mother and daughter are leading the way, as an explosion of new music is coming out of Cambodia after being silenced for years.
Following the successful release of $kull the Album in 2020, which has racked up over 300 million streams across all digital streaming platforms, Baramey...
Who is Cambodia’s singing princess Jenna Norodom? A Blackpink Lisa lookalike and TikTok influencer with millions of Facebook followers – and she’s only nine
Born to Princess Norodom Buphary and a French dad, she speaks French, Khmer, Thai, Chinese and English, and often sings in all five languages on YouTube.
Shot over five days in four provinces, the music video is a love letter to the Cambodian people and their grit.
He and his singing partner, Ros Serey Sothea, drew from a wide range of Western and local influences. They disappeared after the Khmer Rouge seized power in 1975.
A new era of Cambodian artists want to bring back the country's longstanding musical heritage.
In the sweltering heat of Phnom Penh, the world is reduced to a kaleidoscopic melee akin to being trapped inside a beehive.
Korean sludge band Gawthrop and Cambodian band Drug Noose‘s split record has finally landed in Singapore safely in the hands of Vanilla Thunder Records.
Dr. Chinary Ung is an internationally-celebrated composer who has recently earned one of the highest honors in the United States, a lifetime membership to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
In Cambodia, intangible cultural heritage is deployed for the transmission of important public health messages.
Pop/EDM/Hip-Hop worship band Trampolines have released their new single "Meet Me Where I'm At." The song is accompanied by a stunning new music video shot at Angkor Wat in Cambodia.