Glenn Ong plans to release album of his favourite karaoke hits
He's not kidding.
Glenn Ong, who recently made headlines for quitting his DJ job, is now gunning to be a singer.
He plans to release an album featuring covers of his favourite karaoke songs.
Ong, 45, told The New Paper: "When I was in secondary school, I did entertain the idea of joining a singing competition.
"But when I realised that my speaking voice was nicer, I became a DJ instead.
"Now that I'm on a break from that, I want to indulge my creativity."
He added, laughing: "It would be nice if my album went platinum."
But can he sing?
Ong's family, who was with him during the interview, insisted that he has a great voice.
Ong is currently managed by his former colleague The Flying Dutchman, Mark Van Cuylenburg's management company, which is also in charge of producing and marketing his album.
Although Ong already has an album track list in mind, he's inviting TNP readers to give him suggestions on what songs he should include in it.
Comment on this post with your suggestions.
Ong's current track list:
1. Oh My Papa - Eddie Fisher
2. Wooden Heart - Elvis Presley
3. I Don't Want To Talk About It - Rod Stewart
4. Singapore Cowboy - Matthew & The Mandarins
5. Like A Prayer - Madonna
6. More Than I Can Say - Leo Sayer
7. Y.M.C.A - Village People
8. Paper Roses - Marie Osmond
9. The Final Countdown - Europe
10. You Give Love A Bad Name - Bon Jovi
Will you buy it?