Keshi (real name: Casey Luong) is currently in a relationship with his girlfriend-turned-fiancé, Mai. In an Instagram live, the 28-year-old singer revealed that they got engaged in November 2020. Since Keshi does not share much information about his to-be-wife, details about their love story have yet to be revealed. However, we believe the couple is still together and planning their wedding as they are frequently spotted together.
Keshi (real name: Casey Luong) gained popularity on social media platforms like YouTube and SoundCloud for his indie-pop and R&B-inspired music. Some of his most popular songs include "blue," "right here," and "skeletons." He has also collaborated with other artists in the industry, such as mxmtoon and blackbear.
Born in the United States, Keshi has a Vietnamese ethnicity. Keshi first became passionate about music at the age of 13, when he took up his grandfather's guitar and began teaching himself how to play. He spent numerous hours refining his technique and discovering the sounds and rhythms that would eventually serve as the cornerstone of his distinctive style, using a Vietnamese music book as his guide.
Despite his age, Keshi was determined about following his passion for being a musician, and his unshakable determination paid off in spades.
Recently, we've discovered that many of his fans are interested to know more about his personal life. They wonder if he has a girlfriend. Well, here's everything you need to know about his relationship status.
Keshi’s Girlfriend: The 28-Year-Old Singer Is Engages to His Fiancé, Mai, Since 2020!
Keshi (@keshi) is currently in a relationship with his girlfriend-turned-fiancé named Mai. In 2021, the 28-year-old singer revealed that he and Mai got engaged in November 2020 on his Instagram live. Mai was seen helping Keshi as she read the questions he got from his fans on Twitter and he answered them.
Keshi and his girlfriend-turned-fiancé, Mia.
Of course, many of Keshi's fans are curious to know about their love story and if they are still together. However, Keshi has been successful to hide out the details as he previously told that he does not really want to make Mai a public figure. He has not posted a single picture of his girlfriend on his social media. We believe they're still together as fans have spotted the couple together in recent times as well.
On the other hand, some fan pages have even made a video of Keshi talking about proposing to his girlfriend, Mai, and asking her to become his partner forever, He told, " I love you more than anything in the whole world. All I wanna do is to make you happy. Do you wanna live forever with me?"
We have yet to find out who Mai really is and how they met. From what we've seen in Keshi's Instagram live, we can assume Mai is really shy. She does not really like to talk much. One thing we're sure of is that they look really cute together.
However, we're pretty sure Keshi and his girlfriend are in a serious committed relationship. And we might soon get the news of their wedding as well. It would be nothing but amazing to see them as a husband and a wife someday. We'll surely be updating you guys as soon as we get any more details about their relationship.
From an Oncology Nurse to a Popular Musician, Here’s What Keshi Has to Say About His Journey!
Using the name Keshi, Casey Luong released his debut song on SoundCloud almost six years ago. It was a melancholy, echoing ballad about heartbreak. Since then, he has worked in a variety of fields, first as an oncology nurse in Texas while posting his music online, then as a well-known musician with a forthcoming headline tour.
Keshi at his concert in Melbourne.
The Vietnamese American musician is well recognized for his lo-fi style, which features his distinctive falsetto, delicate guitar and piano melodies, and songs that discuss longing and loneliness. Talking about his journey in an interview with Weekend Edition, he told,
It was a long road for sure. I've always loved music. I've been playing the guitar since I was 13 years old, and I'm 27 now. And it never seemed like a practical career choice; definitely not to my parents. [I] always wanted to have something sort of stable for myself, I kind of envisioned myself being more of a family man who kind of just — not literally — but mentally slept through work, so I could come home and make music on my downtime. I've always loved music, and it's been my dream to pursue it the past few years.