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15 Chinese Singer, Songwriter & Dancer

Song Yuqi (born September 23, 1999) was born in Beijing, China. She is a Chinese singer, songwriter, and dancer, With an early passion for performance, Yuqi attended Beijing 101 Middle School before making her debut in the entertainment industry. She is professionally known as YUQI (宋雨琦). Her journey into the limelight began in 2015 when she participated in the Cube Star World Audition Beijing Station, showcasing her talent with captivating renditions of CLC's "High Heels" and G.E.M.'s "Bubble." Her remarkable performance earned her a coveted spot as a trainee under Cube Entertainment.

Yuqi's introduction to the public eye gained momentum in February 2018 through a YouTube video where she humbly presented herself as an idol trainee, enchanting passersby with her vocal prowess. Shortly after, on April 8, 2018, she was unveiled as a member of Cube Entertainment's highly anticipated girl group, (G)I-dle. The group made their debut on May 2, 2018, with the infectious lead single "Latata" from their debut album, "I Am."

Beyond her musical endeavors, Yuqi's presence expanded into the realm of television with her participation in various Chinese variety shows. Notably, she joined the cast of the immensely popular show "Keep Running" in 2019, showcasing her multifaceted talents to a broader audience.

Yuqi's creative prowess blossomed further in May 2020 when she made her debut as a songwriter and composer with "I'm the Trend," a heartfelt ode to (G)I-dle's dedicated fanbase. Her contributions to the group's repertoire continued to flourish, evident in her involvement in crafting the Chinese lyrics for "Dumdi Dumdi" and her hosting role in KakaoTV's original entertainment program, "Learn Way."

Continuing to break boundaries, Yuqi ventured into reality television, demonstrating her resilience and adaptability in shows like "Law of the Jungle" and "I'm a Survivor." Additionally, her involvement in promoting safe tourism in Seoul showcased her versatility beyond the realm of entertainment.

As an integral member of (G)I-dle, Yuqi's creative influence extended to songwriting, evident in her co-writing and co-composing credits for the track "Lost" from the group's fourth extended play, "I Burn." Moreover, her proficiency in Chinese facilitated the release of a Chinese version of the group's lead single "Hwaa," further solidifying her impact on both the Chinese and Korean entertainment industries.

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