Although given birth to in England, singer/songwriter Hugo Chakrabongse spent the majority of his child years and early adulthood in Thailand, where he acted in a number of Thai soap operas before forming his initial music group, Siplor. The music group’s early shows — a variety of first tunes, Jefferson Aircraft covers, as well as the theme tune to 1 of Hugo’s soaps — had been dodgy at greatest, but Siplor ultimately rose to the very best of Thailand’s rock and roll scene, known similarly because of their psychedelic country-rock sound and outspoken, pro-democracy politics. After launching four albums using the group, Hugo shifted to London searching for a solo profession. Now working under his forename, he co-wrote the tune “Disappear” for Beyoncé’s best-selling 2008 record, I Am…Sasha Fierce, and earned an area on her hubby’s record label because of this. Hugo after that paid tribute to Roc Country creator Jay-Z by documenting a thumping, folksy cover of “99 Complications,” that was highlighted in the 2010 film No Strings Attached. Twelve months later, Aged Tyme Religious beliefs officially released Hugo towards the , the burkha with a variety of pop, rock and roll, and soul.