Ana Nguyen
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Ana Nguyen


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"Performer has no fear of heights"

FAIRFIELD resident Ana Ngyuen's flight may have been delayed but the 20-year-old's career is ready for take-off.

The singer/songwriter/rapper/ and her hip-hop group, First Flight Crew, are the face of this year's Don't Dis My Ability campaign.

It's the latest accolade for a career which appeared destined to remain in the hanger.

The former Fairvale High School student didn't start talking until the age of 5 due to an intellectual disability .

But now she is making up for lost time — and no engine failure will keep her grounded.

"We all have some form of all disability and we all have one other thing: talent," Ms Nguyen said of the First Flight crew, who will perform three shows at the Fairfield School of Arts during the campaign.

"We all share a passion for dancing and since last year we have come together and showed that even though you have a disability you can do anything."

Using music as a form of expression, Ms Nguyen — who started dancing at the age of 11 — uses her voice to respond to the injustice that she sees in the media, as well as in daily life.

In recent times, she has performed in numerous stage productions and exhibitions.

She is also working on her debut album.

"This is the only the beginning," she said.

"There are many more things to come.

"As an artist I want to mix it up and experiment with different sounds and explore different types of music. "In the process I want to use it as way to teach others and prove you can do anything.

"We want to tell stories and give the voiceless a voice."

- Fairfield Champion


Still working on that hot first release.



Ana Nguyen is a singer, songwriter, rapper, performer and political activist living in Sydney, Australia. Her music is varied as she does all types of things. It does not always fit into one category as she is doing it differently to everyone else and so her music stands out from the crowd, traversing hip hop and rock. She uses the force central to hip hop to discuss the issues that anger her, while rock provides an ideal outlet for her deeper thoughts and emotions. Ana will start using electronic music as well as she wants to draw out fantasies and dreams too. She has performed in stage productions for Powerhouse Youth Theatre; Divine Places (2005), City Quest (2007), Hard Daze (2009) & has been selected for Accessible Arts’ national art exhibition AART.BOXX (2008, 2009). She has been recently became the face of the Don't Dis My Ability campaign, and she was working for the debut album.