Coco Lee - Quotes

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I myself never feel that I'm sexy. If people call me cute, I am happier.

I myself never feel that I'm sexy. If people call me cute, I am happier.

When I work, I work. I don't think about anything else. I just wanna get the work done. And I'm a perfectionist. ---->>>

I'm proud of my roots. There are not many Asians in the music industry so it's important for me to tell people where I'm from. ---->>>

People have to respect intellectual property.

People have to respect intellectual property.

I wanted to bring the R&B flavor and other Westernized sounds to my music, because that's the type of music I grew up listening to. ---->>>

I'm not a businessperson. I have no sense of money. My mom does everything for me. She makes all my decisions for me, and even buys my clothes. She's very protective. ---->>>

I love to prove people wrong. They expect I'll sound a certain way when they see me, then they hear me and they can't believe it. I love that. ---->>>

I was bred and raised in a multi-cultural music background. ---->>>

I'm sporty, active, bubbly, I like to make people laugh... I'm the jokester. But I'm also very traditional. ---->>>

I'm still a, you know, a silly girl... a big kid. ---->>>

My mom was very strict when I was growing up. I could not talk to boys until I was 18. I had to study and work hard. ---->>>

They really can't imagine what my voice is like. Every time I sing a song, they are very surprised. ---->>>

Biography

Name: Coco Lee
Nationality: Chinese
Born: 01-17, 1975
Birthplace: Hong Kong
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Occupation: Musician
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Coco Lee (Chinese: 李玟; pinyin: Lǐ Wén; born Ferren Lee, 17 January 1975, Hong Kong) is a Hong Kong-born American singer-songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actress. Lee's career began in Hong Kong and then expanded to Taiwan. Her single, "Do You Want My Love" also entered the US music charts (wikipedia)