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Hua Chenyu (华晨宇) was born on 7 February, 1990 in Zhushan County, Shiyan, China, is a Singer-songwriter, songwriter, composer. Discover Hua Chenyu's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 30 years old?
|Occupation||Singer-songwriter, songwriter, composer|
|Age||32 years old|
|Born||7 February 1990|
|Birthplace||Zhushan County, Shiyan, China|
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Hua Chenyu Height, Weight & Measurements
At 32 years old, Hua Chenyu height is 1.73 m .
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Dating & Relationship status
He is currently single. He is not dating anyone. We don't have much information about He's past relationship and any previous engaged. According to our Database, He has no children.
Hua Chenyu Net Worth
His net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-2022. So, how much is Hua Chenyu worth at the age of 32 years old? Hua Chenyu’s income source is mostly from being a successful Singer-songwriter. He is from China. We have estimated Hua Chenyu's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.
|Net Worth in 2022||$1 Million - $5 Million|
|Salary in 2022||Under Review|
|Net Worth in 2021||Pending|
|Salary in 2021||Under Review|
|Source of Income||Singer-songwriter|
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On January 1, 2020, Hua Chenyu was the first one who performed on the concert of HunanTV 2019-2020 New Year's Eve gala after 12 midnight. His airtime saw the TV ratings for HunanTV got to 2.7% while the market share of it has reached up to 30.85%.
On January 3, 2020, Hua Chenyu was announced as one of the four returning singers from the fourth to sixth season to participate in Singer 2020, entitled Year of the Hits (歌手·当打之年), making it the second season to feature returning singers since 2017. He won the competition on the live finale aired April 24, making Hua the first returning singer who is not an entirely new participating singer to win I Am a Singer.
On January 13, Hua Chenyu collaborated with artist and choreographer Shen Wei to perform a show, 声希 (Folding), in Yin 2019 Nanjing Pop-Music Concert (烎2019南京潮音發布夜).
On 21 May, Hua Chenyu announced that 2019 Mars Concert would be held on November 2 in Shenzhen Baoan Stadium.
On August 20, Hua Chenyu was ranked 33th on Forbes China Celebrity 100 in 2019.
On October 22, owing to unavoidable issues, the concerts originally arranged to be in Shenzhen were cancelled. However, Hua Chenyu also announced that he would try hard to arrange the other available stadium and schedule for 2019 Mars Concert as soon as possible to fulfill the promise between his fans and himself.
On October 27, Hua Chenyu announced that 2019 Mars Concert was rescheduled to November 15–17 for 3 days at Haikou Wuyuanhe stadium in Hainan, China.
In February 2018, Hua joined Singer 2018 (歌手2018) after turning the show down for three years, alongside Jessie J, Wang Feng, Tengger, Angela Chang, James Li, Juno Su, KZ Tandingan and more. His rearrangements have earned him rising popularity in China. During the show, he won the first place in four episodes, and his average percentage of votes ranked 2nd among all the previous contestants in the 6 seasons of Singer (and I Am a Singer before it re-branded). In the finale episode, Hua's performance of "Light Years Away"《光年之外》with G.E.M 邓紫棋 which brought him to Top Four together with Jessie J, Wang Feng and Tengger. His final performance of Angela Chang's song, "Shout"《呐喊》, earned him second place, after Jessie J. Chenyu Hua's performance of his self-written song “Heaven's Equal (齐天)” won Most Popular Song of the show.
On September 8, 2018, and September 9, 2018 Chenyu Hua had his 2018 Mars Concert in Beijing National Stadium ("Bird Nest") on his fifth year anniversary since debuting. The tickets were once again sold out within one minute. This made him the first post-90s idol in mainland china to hold a concert in the National stadium ("Bird Nest") with 90,000 audiences.
On December 12, Hua won Musician of the Year at Harper's BAZAAR 2018 Men of the Year awards and Most Searched Across Asia at 2018 Yahoo Asia Buzz Awards.
2017 Mars Concert was held on October 13 and 14 in Beijing Cadillac Arena. This time, only one of the concert dates was broadcast live online and it alone gathered more than 4 million live viewers.
From October 2017 to January 2018, Hua continued his role as a celebrity mentor and judge in the second season of The Next alongside Karen Mok, Fei Yu-ching, Yang Kun and Jason Zhang.
On October 28, his second album "Aliens" started pre-ordering on Jingdong. The limited 30,000 pieces almost sold out within a day. On November 7, his first digital album as well started pre-ordering. Within 8 minutes, over 100,000 pieces were sold. It has attained sale volume of 350,000 on the first day of sale. On December 18, "Aliens" was put on sale on overseas music platforms like iTunes while the overseas version of "Aliens" was also officially started selling on December 22. The promotional video of "Aliens" was aired on the LED screen at New York Time Square for a week starting from December 23. Hua composed 7 of the 11 songs, and for this album, he wanted to present himself as "big", "domineering", in contrast to his first album, This was also the first time he included rap songs in his album. This Album also won many awards, including ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards for Best Concept Album, Best Vocal Collaboration for Kings and Paupers, Top Chinese Music Awards for Best Album Performance, 2016 Ali Music Annual Awards for Best Pop Album, Most Popular Album, and Most Popular song for Mayfly.
On April 9, he participated in the 16th Annual Festival of Top Chinese Music as ambassador and received two awards: Annual Best Album Performance for his album Aliens and Annual Best Idol.
This year Hua chose to hold tour concerts in three cities: Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen. Beijing Concert was held on July 2 in The Cadillac Arena (originally Beijing Wukesong Culture & Sports Center). Shanghai Concerts were held on August 21 in Mercedes-Benz Arena. The finale of 2016 Mars Concert took place in Shenzhen Bay Sports Centre, with Khalil Fong as the special guest. The live online broadcast of the Shanghai and Shenzhen concerts, supported by LeEco, accumulated over 4.3 million viewers.
From October 2016 to January 2017, Hua participated as a celebrity mentor and judge in the first season of 天籁之战 (The Next) alongside Karen Mok, Fei Yu-ching and Yang Kun. In this programme, aspiring singers have the opportunity to challenge a celebrity mentor. The celebrity mentor will then be assigned a song by the challenger and will only have 24 hours to prepare for the performance. Hua gained widespread recognition for his talent in rearrangement and performance, especially after his own arrangement of 我的滑板鞋 (My Skateboard Shoes), entitled 我的滑板鞋 2016, which later was put into his album H. Other performances where he won a majority of audience votes include 流浪记 (Wandering), 故乡的云 (Clouds of Hometown), Dear Friend, 齐天大圣 (Great Sage Equal to Heaven, translation may vary) and 易燃易爆炸 (Flammable and Explosive). Hua and contestant Juno Su performed 南屏晚钟 (Naping Evening Bells) in the semi-finals and 如果爱 (Perhaps Love) in the finals.
That year, Hua composed for Karen Mok, the track "Halftime (we met here)" which is the title song of Karen's 16th album.
On January 1, 2015, Chenyu Hua for the first time joined and performed in the Liaoning TV New Year Gala.
Hua became famous after winning the 2013 Super Boy singing contest which was produced by Hunan TV, China. He released his debut album Quasimodo's Gift in September 2014, whose sales volume had ranked Top 1 in the Jingdong Top 100 Annual Sales Chart (Music). His first personal branded concert, "Mars" Concert, was held in Beijing on September 6, 2014 even before his debut album was released. Over 10,000 tickets were sold out within two minutes, breaking several records and making him the first Mainland Chinese singer of his generation to hold concerts in a large arena. An additional concert on September 7 was then announced and sold out due to high demand. Since then, Hua has brought his "Mars" Concerts to cities in China every year. His second physical album Aliens was released in December 2015. Mars concert in 2016, He became the first Chinese singer with the first generation to hold a four-sided concert. On March 7, 2017, he released his third album H, which refers to his last name initial. On September 8 and 9, 2018, he performed in Bird Nest stadium in front of 90,000 audience each day, becoming the only Mainland Chinese singer performing in this venue successively. His single “I really want to love this world” went on sale digitally on December 4, 2019. It was purchased by more than 7 million users with sales over ¥63 millions ($9.3 millions) within six months. His fourth album “New World” went on sale in April 2020.
Chenyu Hua went to Italy and Spain to film for the TVN reality show "Divas Hit the Road" in April 2014 and the show was broadcast from April 25. The first episode received the highest viewership within the same time period. This show, with its high popularity, attracted many attention to Hua. In June, he was invited by the popular Korean eyewear brand ALO as the first Chinese brand ambassador and went to Korea for the advertising photo shooting.
In less than a year since Hua's debut, he announced his first brand-named concert, Mars Concert in May 2014. On June 28, 2014, over 10,000 concert tickets were sold out within 1 minute 32 seconds for his first show on September 6. Due to the heated response, the organizers announced to hold an extra show on September 7. The press conference of the Mars Concert 2014 was held in Huiyuan Space of the Beijing Mastercard Center. This made him the first in the Chinese music industry to hold press conference in venue with capacity over a thousand. Hua's first solo concerts were held on September 6 and 7, 2014 at Beijing Mastercard Center (originally Beijing Wukesong Culture & Sports Center and currently LeSports Center). September 6 concert was unprecedentedly broadcast live through QQ Music and Hunantv, attracting more than 400,000 online viewers. Over 120,000 E-tickets were sold.
Not long after his concerts, Hua released his first solo album, Quasimodo's Gift in September 19, 2014 both in Mainland China and overseas. This atypical album has a variety of musical style, ranging from rock, indie and folk. Quasimodo's Gift does not feature songs with the theme of love and relationship like other mainstream pop songs do. Instead, it uses first-person perspective to describe the world as seen from the eyes of Hua. Hua composed three out of ten songs in this album, including the title song “Quasimodo's Gift”. The sense of loneliness but not sorrow fills up the whole album. According to Hua, the major theme of this album is to be "small": "At first I wanted to name it Size 40. 40 is my shoe size. I mean everyone doesn't need a vast space to live, as one only have a pair of feet of size 40, and just standing here is enough... Because as long as you are standing here, you exist, and have a value of existence." - Hua Chenyu. Later on November 11, the short film Quasimodo's Gift was released, with Hua being the main character. Two of his songs in this album, Quasimodo's Gift and Ashes from the Fireworks, were included in the film, merging the music into the story. The music videos of this two songs were also cut from this short film. The overseas version of this album ranked number one on the Taiwan Five Music Chart for several weeks. This album received several awards, including ERC Chinese Top Ten Awards for Best Album, Top Chinese Music Awards for 2014 Most Popular Album, Best Album Performance, and Best Album Production, Chinese Music Radio Awards for Best Composition, and Golden Song for Let You Go in this album. This album reached number 1 sales in Jingdong’s 2014 music sale chart.
In 2013, shortly before graduating from conservatory, Hua entered the casting for the Super Boy contest. During this show produced by Hunan TV, the young singer started his rise among the contestants. On his first appearance to the audience, he sang his original "Lyricless Song" that gave him the label of being like a "Martian" for his unique expression in the lyricless song. Two of the three judges considered him to be odd or crazy, but after the third judge Laurie Shang asked him a few questions and sang a lyricless duet with him on the spot, she exclaimed that "he is a genius!" because "he knew intuitively how to express emotions through music". Due to the recommendation of Laurie Shang and his other performance of "The Kill", he made it past the first round of audition. He later sang together with Laure Shang the song "The Star" in the final round on September 27, 2013, and Chenyu Hua eventually won the championship of 2013 "Super Boy".
After the competition, Hua was signed to EE-Media, the Mainland Chinese record label where the most of the Super Boy and Super Girl contestants are linked. His debut single "Me and Myself" was released in September 2013. Hua also took part in the Super Boy Tour with other contestants, in which they toured 11 major Chinese cities.
On January 8, Hua performed in "Langlang's Sky – Langlang and His Friends Spring Music Festival". The show was broadcast through Liaoning TV on February 1.
In May–September 2018, Chenyu Hua participated on Tencent's singing competition show "The Coming One 2" (明日之子 2) along with Chris Lee(李宇春), Wu Tsing Fong (吳青峰) and Yang Mi (杨幂) as the mentor for vocal track (魔音赛道).
On November 15–17, "Hua Chenyu 2019 Mars concert" was held at Haikou Wuyuanhe stadium in Hainan, China. Simultaneously, he revealed and sang 5 new songs composed by himself, including "I want to love this world", "Madhouse", "Conversations with ET", "God Tree", and "Seven Personalities".
After finishing middle school, he moved to Wuhan alone to attend the Fine Arts High School there. In 2010, he passed the college entrance examination and entered the Wuhan Conservatory of Music, where he studied pop music vocal performance and gained more stage experience as the vocalist of a college rock band, Conseer. During his time in the conservatory, he made definitive steps in order to start his musical career and began to be known at school.
Hua Chenyu (Chinese: 华晨宇 ; pinyin: Huá Chényǔ ; born February 7, 1990), also known as HuaHua (Chinese: 花花), is a Chinese singer and songwriter. Hua is well known for his powerful vocals, dramatic stage performances and talents in composing. He is often recognized as one of the most influential singer-songwriters in China. His strong body language and singing style make him a luminous body on the stage. His voice is full of tension, the language of the whole body and the power of singing are perfectly matched, and the strength of the loud voice also has its layered sense. Hua Chenyu can control different singing styles, even if the same song, each singing can bring a different feeling to everyone. In addition, his ability to adapt and create can not be ignored, and various different genres are also readily available.
Hua Chenyu was born to a wealthy family on February 7, 1990, in the city of Shiyan, Hubei province, China. His parents divorced when he was 2 years old, and he lived with his father during his childhood, who remarried when he was 10 years old. He began playing the flute at the age of 6 and took piano lessons in the fifth grade when he realized playing the flute was not enough to express his music vision. He wrote his first song at the age of twelve after mastering piano.
On February 8 (Los Angeles Time), Chenyu Hua was invited by Billboard as VIP spectator to the 57th Annual Grammy Awards. On February 17, Chenyu Hua performed in the Liaoning TV Chinese New Year Gala.