Jimmy Ye

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Jimmy Ye Liang Jun
Chinese name (traditional)
Chinese name 叶良 (simplified)
Pinyin Yè Liángjùn (Mandarin)
Born 1967 (age 50–51)
Years active 1993–1998
Genre(s) Mandopop
Instrument(s) Vocals

Jimmy Ye Liang Jun (born 1967) is a Singaporean Chinese singer.[1][2]

A former law lecturer who left the law for music and show business, Jimmy is grateful for this second chance to serve the legal profession finally. He is currently Deputy Director, SMU Arts and Student Life Events. An accomplished Singapore songwriter, composer and artist, Jimmy Ye’s music has mesmerised and enchanted listeners all over Asia. He has written hits for superstars of the Chinese music scene, including Jackie Cheung, Andy Lau, Anita Mui, Leslie Cheung, Jeff Chang, Jolin Tsai, Alan Tam and Kit Chan.

Jimmy in his first-ever concert at esplanade, together with guest stars Kit Chan, Liang Wenfu and Hong Shao Xuan, scheduled on 12 September 2015.


  • Ba ni de ai jiao gei wo ("把你的愛交給我", 1993)
  • Zui zhen ("最真", 1994)
  • Zhui xin ("追心", 1995)
  • Wo zong shi ting ni shuo ("我總是聽你說", 1996)
  • She de ("捨得", 1997)


  1. ^ Asiaweek - Volume 19 1993 - Page 146 "Singaporean Jimmy Ye Liang Jun's debut album, Give Me Your Love, is headed for Malaysia, Taiwan, China, Hongkong and South Korea. Ye, 26, has the voice and looks of a star. He also has a degree in law from Cambridge ..."
  2. ^ 洛枫 - 2002 盛世邊緣: 香港電影的性別、特技與九七政治 - Page 28 "張國榮 26 1999 年 10 月張國榮出版的新碟《陪你倒數》之中,收錄了由葉良俊作曲、林夕填詞的〈左右手〉,由於歌詞中有「我 ..."