Hebe Tien tops UFM’s U1000 Music Countdown 2017

Thursday 20 April, 2017


Singapore station UFM100.3's annual Mandarin music chart campaign, U1000 Music Countdown, revealed its top song of the chart on Friday.

UFM is a Mandarin station run by SPH Radio and this is the fifth edition of its countdown.

Hebe Tien's "A Little Happiness" was the top song for U1000 Music Countdown 2017, making it the second consecutive year for this song to top the chart.

Hebe, who had eight songs in the chart, also recorded a special audio clip to thank her supporters and encouraged the audience on-site to sway their mobile phones with the inbuilt-light switched on and sing along to the song together.

More than 3000 fans gathered at Bugis Junction's outdoor stage to witness the finale of the countdown result together with the team from UFM100.3.

Topping the chart with the most songs (50 songs), Jay Chou broke his own record of 48 songs which he achieved last year.

The best performing local musician was JJ Lin with a total of 28 songs, 7 of which are in top 50 and 3 songs are in the top 10. He is also the first artiste to have achieved 3 songs in the top 10 of the chart since the start of U1000 Music Countdown campaign.

Taiwanese rock band Mayday also scored well with a total of 33 songs on chart, gaining its undeniable title of Mandopop No.1's Band. 

To view the full list of the chart, visit www.ufm1003.sg.

SPH Radio Pte Ltd's General Manager, Sim Hong Huat said: “UFM100.3's U1000 has seen great success every year since we started in 2013.  The response from our listeners just keeps getting better every year and this year we have seen the best response yet.

Jingyun - DJ & Programme Director for UFM100.3, said: “U1000 is really a very special event between UFM and our listeners. We are very thankful of the very strong support from our listeners.”

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