Mai Khoi Mai Khoi Mai Khoi is a Vietnamese singer and musician who composes across folk, blues, dance and rock genres. She hit headlines last year when her controversial single Selfie Orgasm was removed from Zing MP3 after receiving close to 300,000 views in the first week. There were even calls for the video and song to be banned in her homeland – communist Vietnam – for ‘obscene’ lyrics and first-ever depiction of a naked woman in a music video. Mai Khoi is no stranger to controversy and as a Vietnamese celebrity is somewhat of an anomaly for having spoken out about LGBT rights, violence against women, and traditional gender stereotypes. From a country that has made virtually no musical inroads outside of its own culture, Mai Khoi is charting a highly independent path. Grammy Award recognised producer, Mark Tarsia said about Khoi: "She's got that 80's Madonna swagger, self-secure women, I know who I am vibe." Mai Khoi won Song of the Year Award and the Vietnam Television Album of the Year Award in 2010 for her album Made in Mai Khoi and has since toured in the US and Australia.