Vy Nguyen is a pop singer/songwriter who is originally from Olympia, Washington, but currently resides in Los Angeles, CA. She got her first big break when she was signed to well-known Vietnamese production company, Van Son Entertainment, in 2004. With VSE, Vy performed concerts all across the globe and released her debut album My Story in 2005. She was the first Vietnamese-American singer to release an all English album with all self-written tracks for a Vietnamese production company. Vy was always pushing the boundaries in the Vietnamese industry with her girl-empowerment song lyrics and edgy stage performances which showcased her dance training. As a singer, songwriter and dancer, Vy proved to be a versatile performer.
After a few years with VSE, Vy made the decision to pursue other music opportunities by writing and recording music independently. Vy released her single "Fierce" which later became the theme song for the "Vietnamese Model Project" reality TV show. She took a break from music for a few years to pursue her other passion - dance. She danced with Breed Dance Company where she performed at various events including World of Dance Los Angeles, Step Up movie release party, Los Angeles Clippers games and on So You Think You Can Dance to name a few. Meanwhile, Vy also went back to school to pursue a career in education. But her heart was always in music and she returned to the studio when she teamed up with the extremely talented Keith Jackson of Keith Jackson Productions. Together, the two of them wrote and produced many songs together for no other reason than to be creative. For years, Vy's music has remained private in the studio, but she is set to release new music in the Fall of 2015.