Jerry Lo

Jerry Lo

Jerry Lo (羅百吉; pinyin: Luó Bǎijí, born November 19, 1972, Los Angeles, California) also known as DJ Jerry, is a singer , songwriter and The Hard Trance DJ ,[1] who was very popular in Taiwan in the 1990s.[citation needed] He was one of the first American born Taiwanese singers to become famous in Taiwan, along with the L.A. Boyz. During the late 90s, he changed his style into electronic music and started going by the name of DJ Jerry.

He has composed music for many artist, movies and commercials such as 7-Eleven and the Japanese station NHK.[citation needed] He also has recorded in Madonna's studio with producer John Freyer and has been asked to DJ for the leader of Taiwan.[citation needed] He is now a DJ in one of the largest clubs in Taiwan. He tours the world from Japan to Hollywood and China. He was also voted number 3 in the world out of the Internet top 100 DJs.[by whom?] Many people[who?] call him the number 1 DJ in Asia and compared to Tiesto, the number 1 DJ in the world.[citation needed]

His song "Jiche Nühai" (機車女孩), which means Scooter Girl, has circulated the Internet under the name "Ugly Girl" by Tai Mai Shu. Contrary to popular belief, this song is not by Tai Mai Shu, nor is it called "Ugly Girl".

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