International DJ Angie Vu Ha Releases Latest Single ‘Let You Go’

Angie Vu Ha is internationally renown as a producer and DJ, having performed at the Singapore Formula 1 Grand Prix and high profile events for Fashion TV (FTV) repeatedly over several years. Originally from Vietnam, she has also DJd for Jay Sean’s Asia Tour and played alongside the likes of Seb Fontaine, Steve Aoki, EDC Twins and Paris Hilton.

Now Angie takes a step towards commercial pop, with her new single, ‘Let You Go’, released on January 31. The track is available on all digital platforms.

With ‘Let You Go’, Angie blends dance sounds into other genres, resulting in a incredibly catchy song about love won and lost, out just in time for Valentine’s Day, and reminding us that it’s okay to let go in love. The song features beautiful and undeniably pop vocals, backed by an absolute bop of a dance beat. It’s a new direction for Angie, who counts among her influences DJ Snake, Afrojack, and Skrillex, while still maintaining some of the sound she is known for.

Angie’s career has seen many highlights, including her first big job was as resident DJ for the New Asia Bar, in Singapore, which was declared the “World’s Finest Club”. She has also received global recognition in the form of support from top DJs at both Ministry Of Sound, and BBC Radio 1, and she was declared the Number 1 Female DJ, by Top Ten of Asia.

Angie travelled to New York, where she appeared in season 10 of ‘America’s Got Talent’, with Nick Cannon. During this time she mixed with many celebrities across the city, and made it her home for five years, learning the art of mixing and mastering.

‘Let You Go’ is available to stream and download on all digital platforms. Connect with Angie Vu Ha on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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