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Wang Linkai

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Wang Linkai
Chinese name王琳凯
PinyinWáng Línkǎi (Mandarin)
BornWang Linkai
(1999-05-20) May 20, 1999 (age 20)
Fujian, China
Other names
  • Xiao Gui
  • Lil Ghost
  • Imp
EthnicityHan
Occupation
Years active2017–present
NationalityChinese
Genre(s)
Label(s)Gramarie Entertainment
Associated acts

Wang Linkai (Chinese: 王琳凯; pinyin: Wáng Línkǎi), better known by his stage name Xiao Gui (Chinese: 小鬼; pinyin: Xiǎo Guǐ; translated as Lil Ghost) is a Chinese rapper, singer, dancer and songwriter. He is a member of the Chinese boy group Nine Percent[1] from the 2018 Chinese survival talent show Idol Producer.[2]

Early career[edit | edit source]

Wang was a Gramarie Entertainment trainee before he debuted.

Career[edit | edit source]

2016-2017: Rap of China and first single[edit | edit source]

Wang started his career by joining The Rap of China in 2016. In 2017, after he was in The Rap of China, he was starred in one of the judges, Will Pan's, music video. Wang released his first single with label mate Zhu Xingjie titled "Bingo!Ca$h".

2018: Idol Producer and debut with Nine Percent[edit | edit source]

He rose to fame after joining the reality survival show Idol Producer where he finished in 8th place and debuted as a member of Nine Percent with a total of 7,856,601 votes.

Filmography[edit | edit source]

Television shows[edit | edit source]

Year Title Network Notes
2017 The Rap of China iQiyi Contestant[3]
2018 Idol Producer iQiyi Contestant
Finished 8th[4]

Discography[edit | edit source]

Singles[edit | edit source]

Year Title Album Notes
2017 Bingo!Ca$h non-album single With Zhu Xingjie
2018 Good Night non-album single

References[edit | edit source]

  1. "This Is Nine Percent, China's Newest, Biggest And Most Popular Boyband". 8 Days. Retrieved 2018-06-04.
  2. Times, Global. "Popular Chinese idol survival show finds success through fan participation - Global Times". www.globaltimes.cn. Retrieved 2018-06-04.
  3. "《中国有嘻哈》小鬼直播侮辱吴亦凡 被骂后退出复活赛_手机凤凰网". ient.ifeng.com. Retrieved 2018-06-04.
  4. "Yue Hua Entertainment trainees Justin & Jung Jung make the final debuting team of China's 'Idol Producer'". allkpop. Retrieved 2018-06-04.


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