If you haven't heard of her, Boon Hui Lu is the Singaporean girl who gathered over 37 million views on YouTube singing and rapping Stranger In The North (漂向北方) by American-Chinese singer Wang Leehom and Malaysian hip hop artist Namewee:
Here's the video:
On Dec. 2, Boon performed the same song live on singing competition Taiwan Hopestar.
The 23-year-old not only blew the crowd away, but the video of her performance also went viral on the show's Facebook page with more than 10,000 shares and 24,000 likes:
Besides singing, Boon is also into songwriting, and has even written two songs for Hebe Tien, member of Taiwanese girl band S.H.E.
The tracks she composed are "Every day is a Miracle" and "Your Body Speaks", and it was that experience that led to her signing with the same record label — HIM — as Tien.
You can listen to her compositions below:
If you want to hear more of Boon, hop over to her YouTube channel, where she does various covers of both English and Chinese songs.
Top image adapted from Lu's Facebook and Taiwan Hopestar's video.