WUKONG is a rising prospect in the Asian EDM scene on a mission to bring his new breed of genre Oriental Rave to the world.

Despite only debuting in 2019, he has been on several successful tours and headlining major sold-out events at Zouk (Singapore, Genting) and DJ Mag Top 100 venues such as Spaceplus, 1900 Le Theatre and many music festivals around the region.

His viral hits, ‘Legend of Wong Fei Hung’ which has amassed hundreds of millions of streams in China and globally, and many other tracks which have blown up on Tiktok and social media platforms, led to his rising popularity and captured many people’s attention on his moves.

The second remake of ‘Legend Of Wong Fei Hung: Rebirth’ has also been a major success, becoming the most viral and breakout hard dance track in Asia. In just a short span of 3 months, it has hit 4 billion combined views on Tiktok/ Douyin/ Youtube.

As an emerging DJ/Producer in Singapore, he is deeply influenced by traditional Chinese culture, and WUKONG has a bigger goal of promoting Chinese culture and values to the world. He blends ethnic Asian elements and unique sounds into his music, creating a whole new world for his audience, where Chinese mythology meets
electronic bass music.

In a short span of time, WUKONG has had many products released through major record labels such as Liquid State (by Sony & Tencent Music), Barong Family (by Yellow Claw), BredNButter (by Far East Movement & Trap City), Ones To Watch (by Laidback
Luke), Rude Mood (by Bad Royale) and Vietnam’s fastest growing EDM label, RIOX.

He is also the first Singaporean EDM producer to be signed on the highly-coveted Liquid State team alongside Alan Walker, R3HAB, Corsak etc. And in 2022, he will be the first Singaporean to play at the highly coveted Creamfields Festival (Vietnam) as a supporting headliner alongside Hardwell, Alok, Slushii etc.

With his electrifying live performances and relentless approach to refine his style and game, he is definitely one to keep your eyes on in the future. Remember the name WUKONG, for he is here to stay.