Vicky Fung made her debut to the Cantonese pop scene by composing the number one hit "Can’t Let Go" for Cantopop diva Sammi Cheng in 1996. Since then, she has been a active member of the Hong Kong music industry and has been working with various prominent local singers. With the song "Androgyny" that she composed for Juno Mak in 2005, Vicky has managed to bring a new impetus to the Cantopop scene with an unique and new style of music. This song won her the Best Alternative Composition award at the 2005 CASH Golden Sail Music Awards along with other music awards presented from different radio stations. In 2012, she composed Gin Lee’s "Finally Going Home by Myself" and Eman Lam’s "Wanna Be" which respectively crowned her with the Best Melody and Best Song award at the 2012 CASH Golden Sail Music Awards.
As a professional singer herself, Vicky had released the albums "Never Home" in 2005 and "The Journey of Present" in 2008, which she both sang and composed. In order to provide a professional venue to cater for the needs of musicians of all genres, Vicky and a group of beloved friends who are all local music enthusiasts and professionals opened the Backstage Live Restaurant – which ultimately turned into a cradle for nurturing local musical artists. In 2010, Vicky and Cantopop veteran Victor Tse established Frenzi Music Limited, a music production and artist management company which further expands her passion towards developing and sustaining the local pop music industry by unearthing potential talents. In collaboration with singer-songwriter Chet Lam, Frenzi Music launched MusicBee – Hong Kong’s first crowdfunding platform for musicians, to help them raise money to launch their own projects and in a bid to foster music and creative culture in the local community.