Coco Lee was born Ferren Lee in Hong Kong on January 17, 1975, and was a singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actress. She sadly died On Wednesday, July 5, of suicide, her family members confirmed to the press. Lee was 48.
The singer/songwriter first rose to fame in 1993 with the release of her debut single, “Do You Want My Love.” From there, she had a hugely successful career, winning several awards, including a Golden Horse Award, Best Female Mandarin Vocal Performance (Asia-Pacific) from the Golden Melody Awards, and the Chinese Music Awards Best Female Artist.
Throughout her career, Lee released five successful studio albums, one greatest hits collection, and several other singles and music videos. Some of her most successful singles include “Before I Fall In Love,” “Kiss Goodbye,” and “Just No Other Way.” In addition to her music career, she also had a successful acting career, appearing in many films and television shows, including “The Mummy: Tomb of the Dragon Emperor.”
Coco Lee was highly respected and acclaimed for her work, and she will be remembered fondly by the people who knew and loved her. Her legacy as a singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer, and actress will live on in the hearts of her fans. She will be greatly missed.
Lee was born and raised in Hong Kong. She released her first album in 1996 and released four more albums while establishing herself as an international star. She also has several singles and charting hits in the U.S., making her one of the first Chinese singers to make a name for themselves overseas.
Lee was also an accomplished actress with roles in several movies and T.V. shows. She also sang the theme song for the film Rush Hour and did the theme of the T.V. show Sabrina, the Teenage Witch. Lee was also known for her fashion sense, regularly appearing on the red carpet in designer clothing.
In addition to her musical career, Coco Lee was also well known for her philanthropy. Through her various charities, she raised money for poverty alleviation in the developing world and assisted victims of natural disasters. She also used her platform to promote an anti-gang lifestyle in her native Hong Kong.
Coco Lee will be remembered fondly by the people who knew and loved her, and her legacy as a singer, songwriter, record producer, dancer and actress will live on in the hearts of her fans. She will be greatly missed.
The music world is mourning today with the news of the loss of this great artiste.
Her music was appreciated worldwide, with singles like “Before I Fall in Love” and “Do You Want My Love.” Lee continued to release music and collaborate with other artists in recent years.
Along with her music career, Lee also enjoyed a successful acting and dancing career both in her native Hong Kong and the U.S. She had a minor role in the 1997 film Rush Hour in Hong Kong and released several video albums in 2001 that included a mix of music, dance, and acting.
The news of her death has shocked her fans, and many have taken to social media to express their sorrow and pay homage to the superstar. Those who knew and loved her will remember her fondly and her legacy.