Just two months after their debut, O-Kai Singers became the unlikely champion of the 2004 Taiwan international Contemporary A Cappella Festival organized by Taiwan Chorus Music Center (TCMC). Currently, the group has also broken the record for the highest number of awards in the Chinese A Cappella music circle, with 42 local and international awards under its belt. O-Kai Singers has been invited to perform with top A Cappella groups from around the world, such as The Swingle Singers, The Real Group, The Idea of North, and many more. For their first album O-Kai A Cappella, O-Kai Singers worked with several Grammy Awards winners in the U.S., and the album won multiple awards, including three grand prizes in the 2013 24th Golden Melody Awards in Taiwan, namely the Jury Award, Best Vocal Group, and Best Aboriginal Album. The Contemporary A Cappella Society (CASA) in the U.S. also awarded the Best Jazz Album Award to the group in the 2013 Contemporary A Capella Recording Awards (CARAs), and The Association of Music Workers in Taiwan placed this album among the Top Ten Albums of the Year in 2012. In 2019, O-Kai Singers' second album was nominated for the Best Vocal Group Award in the Golden Melody Awards. Since the founding of the group, O-Kai Singers has worked with a myriad of musicians in various settings, and the group has been invited to sing all over the world.
O-Kai Singers is an A Cappella group made up of Taiwanese indigenous people performing solely with vocals and no other musical accompaniment. Since its founding, O-Kai Singers has worked with a myriad of musicians in various settings and has also been invited to sing all over the world. The group has won numerous awards, including 42 local and international music awards. In addition to singing, O-Kai Singers has also crossed boundaries and ventured into the world of music production and arrangement. The group has composed, arranged, produced, and sang more than 200 children's songs for the Ministry of Culture under the program Our Children, Our Songs. O-Kai Singers is also involved in grooming young minds. Since the group was founded, its members have been invited to various schools to perform and teach, which has in turn inspired many students to form their own A Capella groups that will go on to win a variety of local and international awards. After O-Kai Singers gave a demonstration, performance, and talk in the music department of a university, they were promptly invited to take up teaching positions in the university. Thus, Taiwan's first A Cappella course that offers professional credits was born. O-Kai Singers is also often invited to be the judges of international A Cappella competitions.