Meas Soksophea មាស សុខសោភា
Song: Just Dance by Meas Sok Sophea (2007) from the album Dance Today. Visitors can listen to the Featured Song by clicking the play button above.
Young and talented Meas Soksophea in 2004 came to fame with her hit songs, “Het Avey Chet Nov Te Noek [Why do I keep missing?]” and “Aun Noek Noek Bang [I miss, miss you]”, in Rasmey Stoeung Sangke Production. It led her to great popularity in the Cambodian music industry. Meas Soksophea still progressively improved from one stage to another, her fame never stopped. In 2005, she moved to U2 Production, and her song, “How do I live?” gained massive audiences both locally and international. She was widely admired because no one could not imagine that this young vocalist could sing this English song so well. It was sung so beautifully, which audiences never felt tired of listening too. In this 21st century, it is not easy to make a beautiful voice to attract the attention of people of all ages. We can assume that it is the most difficult thing for vocalists of this time. People’s feelings and preferences are always changing with their ages. The unique trait of Meas Soksophea is that she still can do what others cannot do. Furthermore, she can do it very well as it is evidenced by the complete support she gets from the audiences of all walks of life, regardless of whether they are male, female, young or old, in particular among young people.
In 2008, when she was employed by M Production. Her song, “1000 Reatrey [1000 nights]”, became the most popular song of her career, building her reputation so she could earn a good name and became a superstar in the Kingdom of Cambodia. In 2009, her constant popular songs for Sunday Production included the songs “Come back to me”, “100 Pheak Roy [100 percent]” and “Het Avey Manos Sralanh Knea Min Ban Chuob Knea [Why can’t the couple in love live together?]” and so on. From 2010 to the present, she has been a vocalist for Town Production, her songs such as “I’m sorry”, “Kreng Chit Sangsa Chas”, “Pel Keng Luok Teup Ach Phlech Bang [I can forget you only when I am asleep]” and “Ke Mean Samnang Aun Mean Toek Phnek [She is lucky, while I shed tears]” has still capture the attention of the public and gain popularity.
Meas Soksophea has tried to create new and innovations by creating song collections and providing audiences of all walks of life locally and overseas with her beautiful and unfading voice, as well as keeping her style currently to continue entertaining both the ears and eyes of the public who support her. Moreover, Meas Soksophea has traveled to give sold out performances in most countries where Cambodian people live, such as in the United States of America, Canada, France, Germany, Belgium, Switzerland, Australia,Thailand, Japan and various other countries. She always gains tremendous support from people in these countries where she has traveled to perform. She has brought pride in her success to the country. –meassoksopheaofficial.com
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