Singaporean singer-songwriter Lee Si Song is on the hunt for the next Stefanie Sun, and you could very well be the one he’s looking for.

After all, he and his twin brother, Lee Wei Song, were the ones who mentored the singer in the early days of her illustrious career, writing her hit song after hit song and successfully turning her into one of the biggest names, not just in local music but in Asian pop.

Today, the 53-year-old has partnered the Composers & Authors Society of Singapore along with Ocean Butterflies Music and the Singapore Chinese Cultural Centre to uncover and cultivate the next generation of music talent through songwriting festival SG:SW2020 I Write The Songs. Although the open call for submissions has now ended, the festival will feature live showcases to be broadcast on October 17 and 18, while the masterclasses will be held a week after. On November 27, the finale concert will be held online, where winners for the festival will be announced.

8days.sg spoke to Si Song to find out more about his role in the festival, and asked him if Singapore will be able to find another superstar like Stef, JJ Lin, Kit Chan, or Tanya Chua.

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