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Wang Ruolin

Joanna Wang is a Chinese pop singer and songwriter.

In January 2008, he released his first album "Start From Here"; in the same year, he won the National Best Singer Award in the 31st Top Ten Chinese Golden Songs. In 2009, the album "Joanna & Wang Ruolin" was released; in the same year, Wang Ruolin's "Adult Storybook" Asia tour was held. In 2011, the self-selected collection "The Things We Do For Love" was released, and the album was nominated for the "Best Jazz/Blues Artist Award" at the 12th Chinese Music Media Awards; in the same year, the album "Boni's Adventure" was released. In 2013, the album "Galaxy Crisis: The Strangest Midnight Broadcast" was released; in the same year, Wang Ruolin's "Joanna's Illusion Hall" solo concert was held.

In March 2014, the album "Midnight Theater" was released, and was nominated for the Best Arranger and Best Album Producer at the 26th Taiwan Golden Melody Awards. In 2015, the album "BOB MUSIC" was released. In 2016, the EP "Ham" was released, and Wang Ruolin's "Fantasy Justice and Absurdity" world tour concert was held. In 2018, he won the Jury Award of the 30th Taiwan Golden Melody Awards for his album "Modern Tragedy". In 2019, he served as the music tutor of the pop music overseas reality show "Sing to the World". In 2020, Wang Ruolin's "Call of Love" won the Best Mandarin Album Award at the 31st Golden Melody Awards.