Artistes from Malaysia & across Asia to grace Metub WebTVAsia Awards in Vietnam

An assortment of stars from across Asia will be appearing at the Metub WebTVAsia Awards.

The Metub WebTVAsia Awards is all set to take place in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam, on Dec 5.

The award ceremony recognises top Asian creators and artistes in the digital video space.

This year the event is themed Celebrate Asia: Rise Of Vietnam, to acknowledge how the host country has become one of the fastest growing digital markets in South-East Asia.

According to a press release, there will be 33 awards being given out on the night.

On the artistic side of the awards, the categories include Best Dance Music Video Of The Year, Best Pop Music Video Of The Year, Best Hip-hop & Rap Music Video Of The Year, Viral Music Video Of The Year and Rising Indie Artiste Of The Year.

Among the artistes performing at the event include Suni Ha Linh (Vietnam), Fuying & Sam (Malaysia), Amee (Vietnam), Haoren (Malaysia), Young Jae (South Korea), Priscilla Abby (Malaysia), Ranz & Niana with Natalia (Philippines), Chipu (Vietnam), Ballistik Boyz (Japan) and Den Vau (Vietnam) & Fiona Fung (Hong Kong).

The awards show, to be held at GEM Centre, Ho Chi Minh City, will be live-streamed on the official YouTube channels and Facebook pages of WebTVAsia and Metub Network.

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