Chiefs of Santaluces: Nhuy Nguyen

Matthew Leto, Staff Writer

 “My favorite memory would be the first time I sung in front of  a large audience than I was normally used to. If you know me, you would know that I am really shy and it’s really easy for me to get nervous. So I can’t exactly sing well in front of an audience, not even if it was just three or four people surrounding me. Now it wasn’t exactly in front of people. Instead, it was on Instagram. This was different for me, but an easier way to express myself without actually fainting. It was almost about a year ago in the month of June. On that day, I posted a video of me singing, “Dear No One” by Tori Kelly. I chose to post this song because it tells you that you don’t always need someone in your life to love you or for you to love back to make it complete. You can do things independently. When your time comes to meet that person you’re supposed to be with, then it will come. It just made me feel really good inside because of all the feedback that I got in the comments from my friends. People were complimenting my voice, and to read all the sweet and kind words made me feel like I was more than just a normal person. Yes, there are millions of people out there who can sing. I’m just one of them. Despite that, I feel special inside to have the voice that I do and that I’m able to share it with others.”

 

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