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UFM100.3 debuts catchy Chinese New Year music video for the Year of the Monkey

Singapore, 18th January 2016 – UFM100.3 has launched its latest original Chinese New Year song 《什么都猴》 (which means “All Things Good"), performed by UFM100.3 DJs, to welcome the Year of the Monkey.

The electronic-dance music arrangement of the song has an upbeat melody which is catchy yet simple for listeners to sing-along to. The song was inspired by recent Mandopop hit songs such as “Little Apple” by the Chopsticks Brothers and “Sister” by Taiwanese singer Jeannie Hsieh.

With UFM100.3 celebrating its 15th Anniversary this year, Hu Tianpei, UFM100.3 Music Producer and composer of the song, skilfully included the word “Huat” (which means "to prosper") 15 times in the song lyrics. The word monkey “猴” (which is a sound-play of the word “好” that stands for "good"), appeared 58 times in the lyrics, wishing listeners all things good this Chinese New Year.

Accompanying the launch of UFM100.3’s Chinese New Year song was the release of the song’s Music Video (MV) on UFM100.3 Facebook. The MV features UFM100.3 DJs dressed in pyjamas and flower headbands, singing and dancing to the song. The team specially invited a professional dancer to choreograph the dance steps for the chorus, and to perform in the MV too.

Response from viewers was very positive and encouraging, with listeners creatively using the word “猴” (sound play of the word (“好”) in their comments of the video.

The video production team behind "All Things Good" was the same crew who shot UFM100.3's hilarious video "I Dislike You" 《讨厌你》, a one-hit wonder on Facebook last month, clocking more than 1 million views over three days. "I Dislike You" is a parody of Malayisan singer Joyce Chu’s song “I Miss U”, featuring UFM100.3 DJ Li Mei dressed in pyjamas, flip flops and a flower headband, all while strumming her ukulele and singing to lyrics also rewritten by Tianpei.

This was also the reason behind UFM100.3 DJs dressing in pyjamas with a flower headband for their latest MV –  the UFM100.3 team promised to dress up like Li Mei once the "I Dislike You" MV clocks 1 million views on Facebook.

Aside from the Chinese New Year MV, the team also released a set of videos on Zodiac Sign Predictions 《猴祖生肖运势》 related to topics of relationship, work and overall luck. The videos featured UFM100.3 DJ Liang Quan as the "Monkey God", and DJs Li Mei, Cheng Yao, Wei Long and UFM100.3 Producer Yan Zhi as various Zodiac animals in the stories.

Listeners can log on to UFM100.3 Facebook ( to catch these wacky videos.

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About SPH Radio Pte Ltd

SPH Radio Pte Ltd manages and operates three radio stations, ONE FM 91.3, UFM 100.3 and Kiss92.

ONE FM 91.3 is an English music station playing REAL MUSIC targeting males above 30. The station’s playlist features the likes of Bon Jovi, Guns N’ Roses, Queen, Lenny Kravitz, Red Hot Chili Peppers, U2, Nirvana, Aerosmith, Led Zeppelin, AC/DC, Def Leppard and more. Programs and promotions are male centric with up-to-date sports and lifestyle updates.

The ONE FM 91.3 line-up includes ONE FM’s #1 Breakfast Show with Glenn Ong and The Flying Dutchman. The radio legends anchor the morning show, weekdays 6am to 10am. Thereafter, it is No Repeat Workday with Desiree Lai and Melody Chen, from 10am to 1pmand 1pm to 4pm respectively.  The evening drive time shift, The Escape Plan with Shan and Cheryl is from 4pm to 8pm, and The Reality Check with Josh and Jill, 8pm - 12midnight, wrapping up the weekday line-up.

Singapore's fastest growing station, Kiss92, targets women and families. With a listenership of 596,000*, Kiss92 provides in-depth women and family content, coupled with adult contemporary music. Women aged 30 and above, and families will find the channel informative and entertaining.

Maddy, Jason and Arnold in the morning, start the day from 6am to 10pm, followed by Claressa Monteiro jazzing up the afternoon from10am to 1pm, Charmaine Yee from 1pm to 4pm and John Klass taking fans home helming the 4pm to 8pm show.

UFM100.3 is a highly-charged Mandarin music station targeting at working professionals aged between 35 – 49 years that is specially catered to their lifestyle. Its creative, lively and engaging delivery style is able to consistently hook listeners on for a far longer period of listening. The music played on UFM100.3 includes popular and familiar hits which the listeners love, while program content is designed to cater specifically for the busy individuals with timely updates and discussion.

The station’s drive-time programmes are anchored by veteran DJs Wenhong, Limei and Xiaozhu in the morning followed by DJ Anna from 10am to 1pm. Yuling takes over from 1pm to 4pm and makes way for Jing Yun and Liang Quan from 4pm to 8pm. Cheng Yao rounds up the day from 8pm to 12am.

The station actively engages its listeners through various interactive events such as dinner gatherings and enrichment workshops. To further strengthen loyalty, DJs also reaches out to the public through its outdoor activations, conducting games and giveaway prizes while introducing the station to new potential listeners. UFM100.3 also supports various community, non-profit and charity organizations with its annual U-Shine program that raises public awareness of lesser known causes and charities.

* Source: Nielsen Radio Diary Survey 2H2015