At the 32nd Golden Melody Awards Ceremony, the award-winning Christian artists gave God the glory for their achievements.
One of the winners was Wing Lo, who won a Golden Melody Award for the second time running. He won the award for Best Hakka Singer Award which was for his album "When The Sun Rises".
He said, " I am so nervous! It feels so amazing to receive the Golden Melody Award for the second time. Hakka songs are just amazing! I want to thank my family, mom, my wife, my two kids. I also want to thank my brother who is in heaven now. I want to thank him for always being proud of me so that I never doubted myself or the path that I chose. In that respect, this award was really won by both of us. Finally, I give all the glory to God, amen!"
The Aboriginal singer Sangpuy Katatepan Mavaliyw, who has also won the award twice, was rewarded The Best Aboriginal Singer Award once again.
He stated, "Thanks be to God! I want to thank my ancestors... and I also want to thank my tribe for giving me so much strength."
His album "Deliliang Pulu'em" also won the Album of the Year Award.
"The Wanted" vocal band won the Best Singing Group Award for its debut album.
One of the band members named DoDo said," I thank God for creating the human voice, which is such a beautiful instrument. This instrument alone is enough to make all types of music!"
There were many Christian singers on the 32nd Golden Melody Awards shortlist announced in May of this year, including Jay Chou, JJ Lin, Kelly Tsai, Kay Huang, and Howard Lee. Among them, the aboriginal singer Sangpuy was shortlisted for eight awards with his album "Deliliang pulu’em".
- Translated by Yuehan Jiang