• Sound of My Dream

    Stream it on StarHub Go.
  • Sound of My Dream

    Stream it on StarHub Go.



Hot off the success of Sing! China, where local star Nathan Hartono soared to second place, is Sound of My Dream (梦想的声音in Mandarin). Produced by the same people who brought us Sing!, Sound of My Dream boasts five top-notch mentors, impressive sets and production, and a very unique contest format, bound to set it apart from other competitions worldwide.

Awesome A-class mentors

For the first time, amateur singers will have to compete with professional to advance in the contest. Each amateur singer will challenge a professional mentor of their choice. You’ll be amazed to see top-notch singers like A-Mei 张惠妹, Yu Quan 羽泉, Jam Hsiao 萧敬腾, Hebe 田馥甄 and JJ Lin 林俊杰 singing their hearts out against virtual unknowns. Expect sparks to fly as our mentors, most of whom have never appeared on talent shows before, take on the amateurs in a high stakes battle to win.

Our home-grown star

Singaporeans will feel a surge of local pride to see Singapore-born JJ Lin 林俊杰 doing us proud by being the next local singer performing in a Chinese reality show, after Kit Chan, Nathan Hartono and Tanya Chua.

Staging that electrifies the audience!

Who loves a big, flashy production? The Chinese certainly do, and the set for this stage is exactly that, with a huge, high-tech stage, boasting a 360 degree viewing experience, built with the very best in sound and stage technology. Audience both live and watching at home can look forward to cool special effects and a set designed to impress.

So why should you watch Sound of My Dream?

  1. To discover new voices among China’s amateurs.
  2. To watch a fresh panel of mentors – most of which have never mentored before – in action
  3. To witness the challenges and preparation each mentor puts into their performances as they prove their worth, week after week.
  4. And lastly, to be thoroughly entertained by stellar performances from mentors and amateurs alike.

Catch Sound of My Dream every Friday at 9.10pm, same time as China, first on StarHub Go.