Since the release of singer-songwriter Nathan Hartono's last English single 'Dig Deep' back in August 2020, he's dropping another English track titled 'I'm Fine' today.
This year’s National Day Parade (NDP) show, the first one to be held indoors because of the pandemic, will reflect on Singapore’s journey as the country tackled the COVID-19 outbreak.
“After serving two years of National Service, I was finally able to get a Singaporean citizenship. I’ve never known any other place as home.”
SINGAPORE – Singer-songwriter Nathan Hartono is back with a new Mandarin single titled “Make It Right”. The Chinese title of the song, “排过的队”, essentially translates to “the line that I queued for”.
SINGAPORE — To celebrate the drop of the 2 Moncler 1952 + Valextra Collection, celebrities and VIP guests were invited to the Moncler Flagship Store in Marina Bay Sands.
SINGAPORE — To celebrate the drop of 2 Moncler 1952 + Valextra, which is designed by Sergio Zambon and Veronica Leoni, a star-studded party was thrown at their flagship store in Marina Bay Sands. Celebs like Fann Wong, Rebecca Lim, Patricia Lin, DJ Yuka Mizuhara, as well as singers JJ Lin and Nathan Hartono popped by to lend their star power to the launch. Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore spoke to Nathan and JJ Lin, to find out about their music developments.
Singer-actor Nathan Hartono plays Pong, a zombie who is possessed by a female ghost who wants to win a beauty pageant.
Nathan Hartono and Pixie Lott at Shell’s Make the Future festival 2017 in Singapore. Singaporean singer-songwriter Nathan Hartono and English singer-actress Pixie Lott lit up the stage at Shell’s Make the Future festival at the Changi Exhibition Centre on Saturday (18 March).
Singaporean jazz singer Nathan Hartono blew judges away during a performance on the first episode of season five of “Sing! China”, the Chinese equivalent of the hit singing show, “The Voice”. In the clip, Hartono performs a cover of “Have You Ever”, a song by Taiwanese singer William Wei, and has all four judges of the “Sing! China” – Jay Chou, Wang Feng, Na Ying and Harlem Yu – floored with his stage performance and “sunshine boy” appeal. The show’s long-time judge and renowned Chinese singer, Na Ying, was especially taken with the singer-songwriter.