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Beautiful 9X named “Cao Son Nguyen” likes Vietnamese Music Cover




Becoming a phenomenon among young people with Vietnamese piano cover songs, knowing how to play many instruments, the name Cao Son Nguyen (Nguyen Ngoc Cao Son) is being searched a lot on Youtube.

From the age of 13, the passion for music was revealed in this friend. Having been a tutor for 2 years, Cao Son joined the Conservatory and became a Piano student. Since then, until 17 years old to study in high school, Son ended the “career” to learn how to sing but unfortunately, he can’t. Although by that time, there has never been any grand prize in life, the piano has become a passion for Cao Son Nguyen.

9X boy have the name “super strange” specializing in Vietnamese music piano cover

Not only stopping with passion for piano, Cao Son also searched through television, through YouTube, to learn how to play other instruments. Now, the ability to “dance” with Cao Son’s instruments has been added to guitar and ukulele.

According to his friend, learning how to play a variety of musical instruments is not difficult but the most important thing is to carefully review the details, understand the instructions and work hard. That was the way that Cao Son conquered the piano.

“Prince” of Vietnamese music piano cover

Cao Son often spent time searching for piano covers online to listen, because Son was a piano player himself, so he wanted to listen to his favorite songs through piano.

At that time, he noticed one thing: It is easy to find a piano cover of any international music but with Vietnamese music, it is quite rare, if any, it is not as diverse as the foreign market.

And Cao Son came up with the idea of ​​covering Vietnamese music that people often listen to. Grace received many positive comments from the first few articles, which motivated Cao Son to continue his cover work later.

The first recording of Cao Son is the song of 365daband. At first, Cao Son was sent by a friend to link this post because it was quite “hot” at that time. Since he had planned to make a piano cover beforehand, when he heard this song, Cao Son tried to cover it because he felt it fit his criteria.

And the recording that makes Cao Son most memorable is to mention the article is Chac Ai Do Se Ve with two reasons is “fumbling a bit complicated chords” and “a bit long time”, so when filming Cao Son… depressed.

Receiving many positive comments on YouTube channel, up to now, Cao Son has owned more than 100 copies of Vietnamese favorite songs such as: Dau Mua, Gwiyomi, Tonghua, Khi Nguoi Lon Co Don, Em Cua Ngay Hom Qua, etc … With the process of self-recording, self-learning chords, 100 coverings are a respectable number.

Cao Son often visits YouTube every day to read “comments” and answer everyone’s questions. From the “up” of cover songs, Cao Son received a lot of diverse questions, such as instructions on how to play the song, suggestions or a cover request as required …

He feels very happy that her achievements are supported by people, and at the same time he feels pressure when he tells himself to try harder for the next product. But it can be said, everyone’s feelings and encouragement are the motivation for Son to complete the music well.

Wants to become an engineer

Currently, Cao Son is attending his second year, Department of Electrical Engineering, at International University – Ho Chi Minh National University – Vietnam. Since I was in high school, this was Cao Son’s dream.

Electrical Engineering helps Son to have a more open and objective view of confidence, and also helps him to be stronger, more flexible in fixing problems although he is learning as an engineer.

Also thanks to Electrical Engineering, Cao Son’s cover versions are not only technically, but also very powerful, difficult and very colourful just like the subject he is learning, haha!

Kindly Visit His Youtube Channel To Watch Some Great Videos


From television to the internet platform, Jonathan switched his journey in digital media with Bigtime Daily. He served as a journalist for popular news channels and currently contributes his experience for Bigtime Daily by writing about the tech domain.

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“The Firing Squad”: I Cried Buckets of Tears




Sitting in the dimly lit theater, I had no idea what to expect as the opening credits of “The Firing Squad” began to roll. Little did I know that I was about to embark on an emotional journey that would leave me reaching for tissues and struggling to catch my breath.

The film follows the true story of three Christians facing execution by firing squad in a third world country. Directed by Timothy A. Chey, it features a stellar cast including James Barrington, Kevin Sorbo, and Cuba Gooding Jr. Each actor brings their character to life with such authenticity and depth that it’s impossible not to be fully immersed in their struggles and triumphs.

As the plot unfolded, I found myself drawn into a world of despair and desperation, but also one of unwavering faith and hope. The characters’ journey from darkness to light, from despair to redemption, resonated with me on a deeply personal level. I couldn’t help but be moved by their courage and resilience in the face of unimaginable adversity.

But it was the performances that truly stole the show. James Barrington’s portrayal of the protagonist’s internal turmoil was nothing short of mesmerizing, while Kevin Sorbo and Cuba Gooding Jr. delivered powerhouse performances that left me in awe.

And then there was the message of the film—that no matter how bleak the circumstances may seem, there is always hope. That even in our darkest moments, faith has the power to transform lives and bring about redemption. It was a message that hit me like a ton of bricks, leaving me with tears streaming down my face and a renewed sense of purpose.

As the credits rolled and the lights came up, I found myself struggling to put into words the impact that “The Firing Squad” had on me. All I could manage was, “I cried buckets of tears.” And I wasn’t alone. As I looked around the theater, I saw others wiping their eyes and exchanging emotional glances.

In the end, “The Firing Squad” wasn’t just a movie—it was an experience. An experience that left me feeling inspired, uplifted, and profoundly grateful for the power of cinema to touch the soul. And for that, I will be forever grateful.

The movie is set to premiere in the theatres worldwide on August 2, 2024. And this is definitely a must watch movie, reminding people of the strength of faith.

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