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Fat Panda Tuan and his music career is a dose of Motivation for musicians

Tuan Ha was born on March 5, 1991,better known by his stage name Fat Panda Tuan. Currently, he is residing in Germantown, Maryland. Panda

Tuan Ha was born on March 5, 1991,better known by his stage name Fat Panda Tuan. Currently, he is residing in Germantown, Maryland. Panda Tuan has gone through many ups and downs in his life dealing with depression and struggles with weight. He became a personal trainer and changed his life and many others on his fitness journey.

He was a personal training director, and general manager of LA Fitness; one of the biggest fitness firms in the industry. He worked with many injuries and special needs, helped people with aids, arthritis, lupus, cancer, knee problems, hips, back problems, physical therapy for his clients. He loves Japanese food, Naruto ramen, and Vietnamese food. He is also a chef in which he got training from his mother. He runs separate social media for his authentic homemade foods. Fitness added more confidence to his workouts, helped create better music, gave him more ideas for cooking, expanded his flavors, and outlook in life.

Fat Panda Tuan ’s father introduced him to music genres Tango, Swing, Jazz, Cha Cha, old school music, and R&B during his early life. Later, Tuan got inspiration from the hip hop and started playing its beats and rhymes. Along with his friends, he started rapping in junior high school and continued it to high school. Tuan left the music industry in community college and pursued his career as a fitness trainer.

After setting a benchmark as a fitness coach, he was exploring old thoughts of music.  He felt lacking in his heart for abandoning music because he couldn’t express himself. Dreams have their way out, and so Tuan jumped into the music industry. He said,

“I was happy with my career, but something inside of me felt a strong need to be expressed. I dealt with depression as a child, and the music was always very therapeutic for me. When I’m making music, I feel confident and alive! I hope i can inspire others to feel the same, wether it be through my music or myself as person.”

In 2018, he became very focused on music creation along with his friends who were heavily cultured in Hip-hop. He visited his favorite country Japan.  Fat Panda Tuan became heavily influenced by Japanese culture and the anime industry. Tuans’nature is also very humorous and vibrant, which gives his music a more melancholic vibe.  “I do a lot of melodic rapping and singing, and my bars are creative. They can be funny and humorous yet witty and clever at the same time. I strive to make music that makes people feel good. I want to excite em’ up and empower them with confidence. I want my listeners to feel good and catch a positive vibe from my songs!”

Tuan loves games, and its effect is so visible in his music albums. He teaches the values of games, anime, hip hop, Japanese culture in his songs. He is inspired by animated video games and believes that life is also like an animated game. In his song “Atari,” Tuan says we are all in a game, and we can fulfill what our dreams are.

Recently, he released a music album named as “Shinobi Tempura” in 2018. This music album set new marks in the music industry and for his fame. It is available digitally on Google Play, Spotify, Apple Music, and Tidal.You can scroll more information about Tuan on his Instagram account and other social media networks.

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