Song Zu Singapore scoops seven music and sound design awards at CCA Gong Show

SongZu at CCA.jpgSong Zu Singapore won a record 7 music and sound design awards at last night's Singapore Creative Circle Awards Gongs held at the National Design Centre.

Song Zu won 2 Golds in the Original Music category for Singapore Tourism Board and Guinness Rise

Their 3 Silver awards were for Original Music for AIA "What's Your Why"; and Sound Design for Singapore Tourism Board; and Best Use of Licenced or Adapted Music for Tiger Beer "Melting Pot"
Song Zu's 2 Bronze awards were in the Original Music category for Tiger Beer "Char Siew" and in Sound Design for Porsche "Licenced To Thrill"

Says Song Zu's Managing Director, Ian Lew "It had already been a good year for us in the various award shows, including a Grand Prix at Spikes and the APRA Screen Composers Award for Best Music for an Advertisement, but to finish the year with a haul like this is quite extraordinary. Big thanks to TBWA Singapore, BBDO Singapore, Havas Singapore, Marcel Sydney, The Prosecution, Six Toes and Sweetshop for making all these terrific spots and inviting us to work on them".

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