Pianist and vocalist who first debuted with B5 on their 2004 album Event. He would later go on to release several instrumental albums and, in 2007, his first vocal album, Living in C Major.
He began playing piano at the age of three and by nine he was performing in church. He would go on to study at Assumption University.
In 2008, he won Favorite Artist of Thailand at the MTV Asia Awards.
His father, Nakorn Vejsupaporn, was the lead guitarist for the band Grand Ex. His mother's name was Thanaporn Vejsupaporn.
He got his start performing piano accompaniment at Boyd Kosiyabong's Million Ways to Love Part 1 concert in 2003.