Fifi Rong is a unique vocalist, songwriter and producer based in London.
Eccentric, deep and honest, Fifi brings pure emotional intimacy into her songs with a mesmerising voice, nuanced with the flair of her Chinese heritage. She incorporates a wide range of genres such as Electronica, Pop, Dub, Hip Hop, Soundscape and Jazz into her production, resulting in a singularly unexpected musical hybrid.
Fifi has collaborated with artists including Tricky, Phaeleh and Yello (three tracks on their new Universal Records album ‘Toy’) to name a few, and her seductive vocals can be heard on the title track of Skepta’s hugely successful UK No. 2 and Mercury Prize-winning album ‘Konnichiwa’.
She has also received vast support from a stream of blogs and radios including The 405, Clash, Fader Magazine, Hype Magazine, Pigeon and Planes, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1 Extra, BBC Radio 6 Music etc., and was publicly voted into China’s Top 10 of most popular new artists.
Having already established herself internationally as a stand-out live performer, with headline shows throughout the UK, Europe and China/Hong Kong, Fifi released her much-anticipated new single ‘Future Never Comes’ in November 2016 with a special launch show at Century Club in London’s Soho and performed live with Yello during their 4 high-profile sold-out shows at Berlin’s Kraftwerk venue in October 2016. Following 4 triumphant SXSW 2017 showcases she has been invited to perform at The Great Escape, with further live plans due to be announced shortly.
Fifi is currently producing her forthcoming album, which is scheduled for release in early 2018.
London based Chinese-British artist Fifi Rong is a vocalist, songwriter and music producer. Blending Chinese influences with Western popular music, her unmistakable trademark, hybrid sound is a blend of Pop, Avant-garde, Electronica, IDM and UK Bass Music, accentuated by her distinctive melancholic and sensual vocals.
Fifi has collaborated with artists including Tricky, Phaeleh and Yello (three tracks on current Universal Records album Toy) as well as featured on the title track of Skepta’s hugely successful UK No. 2 and Mercury Prize-winning album Konnichiwa, which Complex described as ‘One of the strongest album openers in British music history’.
In 2019, Fifi joined the roster of W Records– the brand new music initiative from the iconic W Hotels. She recorded her new singles ‘Farewell to Cambridge’ and ‘Way Out’ at W Hollywood Sound Suite in LA, and debuted both songs with mesmerising live performances at W Xi’an and W Shanghai – The Bund as a part of her most successful China tour to date.
Fifi has also received vast support from a stream of blogs and radio stations including The 405, Clash, Fader Magazine, Hype Magazine, Pigeon and Planes, BBC Radio 1, BBC Radio 1 Extra, BBC Radio 6 Music etc, and was publicly voted into China’s Top 10 of most popular new artists with over 120 million streams to date.
Having already established herself internationally as a stand-out live performer, with headline shows throughout the UK, Europe, and China as well as a number of triumphant showcases during SXSW 2017 (US), Fifi performed with Yello at the Montreux Jazz Festival and during their seven-date arena tour of Germany, Switzerland and Austria.
Brooklyn, NY, NY
Gerrit Rietveld Academie Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Universität für angewandte Kunst Wien, Vienna, Austria
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