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This article is about the Hong Kong hip-hop group. For other uses, see Fama (disambiguation).
Chinese name 農夫 (traditional)
Chinese name 农夫 (simplified)
Pinyin nong2 fu1 (Mandarin)
Jyutping nung4 fu1 (Cantonese)
Origin Hong Kong
Occupation Rappers
Genre(s) Hong Kong hip hop
Label(s) TG Management (2000–present)
Clot Media Division (2008–2010)
Stars Shine International (2011–present)
Years active 2000–present
Current Members C-Kwan and 6-Wing
Influences Edison Chen, LMF

FAMA (農夫), literally meaning farmer in Chinese, is a Hong Kong hip hop group founded by DJ Tommy consisting of members C-Kwan and 6-Wing in 2000. They are part of the hip-hop wave in the mainstream cantopop music scene, which was initiated by Edison Chen and LMF in the early - mid-2000s.


The two members of the group are 6-wing (MC陸永權) and C-Kwan (C君 / MC鄭詩君).[1][2]


Fama was listed as the most popular group in the Hong Kong 2008 Jade Solid Gold Top 10 Awards.[3] They also won an award for having one of the most popular songs in the 2008 RTHK Top 10 Gold Songs Awards.[4]


  • 2012 雙囍臨門 Double Happiness
  • 2010 Miracle
  • 2010 O'Fama
  • 2008 Fu Guay Tin Ha
  • 2008 Fama Raise Your Hands New Song + Best Collection
  • 2008 Fama Raise Your Hands Live
  • 2007 Fung sung sui hei (風生水起)[5]
  • 2006 Music tycoon
  • 2005 Cheng Wing Chi
  • 2002 Poon O'Da Moon


External links

  • FAMA Q&A: Spreading The Seeds Of Rap In HK
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