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Dharmthai Plangsilp
ธามไท แพลงศิลป์
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Background information
Birth nameDharmthai Plangsilp
Also known asTimethai
Born (1996-01-02) January 2, 1996 (age 27)
Origin Bangkok, Thailand
Years active2011present
Website Official website

Dharmthai Plangsilp (Thai : ธามไท แพลงศิลป์, RTGS: Thamthai Phlaengsin, pronounced [tʰāːm.tʰāj pʰlɛ̄ːŋ.sǐn] ; born January 2, 1996), known professionally as Timethai (ธามไท, [tʰāːm.tʰāj] ), is a Thai singer, songwriter, and dancer. Timethai was discovered in 2010 when Kamikaze's casting staff came across Timethai's YouTube videos which have been uploaded by a channel named 'Dharmthai'. [1] Timethai's dancing and choreography skills, cultivated since he was 7 years old, which couple uniquely with his ability to play traditional Thai instruments such as the Thai alto xylophone, Thai alto bamboo xylophone and Kong Wong (Thai : ฆ้องวง), [2] captured the attention of the casting staff, who offered Timethai a one-year singing and dancing training opportunity, and soon signed him to their label Kamikaze under RS PLC. He graduated with a bachelor's degree from Srinakarinwirot University.


Timethai's debut single, "No More", featuring Tomo and his unique hip-hop dancing style, was released in December 2011. The music video "No More" [3] reached more than 10,000,000 views on YouTube within just 5 months [4] and have been discussed nationwide. Timethai followed up the release of his debut single with his second single "The End" [5] in April 2012. One month after its release, "The End" charted at number one in Thailand. [6] Timethai is considered to be a rising newcomer in Thailand's music industry as well as Thailand's most popular young solo male artist.


2011No More (รักกว่านี้ไม่มีอีกละ) Feat. Tomo K-Otic TIMETHAI
2012The End (จบมั้ย)
Top Secret (มีอะไรอีกมั้ยที่ลืมบอก)
Always Da One (ไม่มีทางไม่มีเธอ)
2013In Time (มาได้จังหวะ)DRIFE
Blame It On Me (เจ็บคนเดียวก็พอ)
Spy (แฟนพันธุ์ท้อ)
All l Need (แค่อีกวันที่รักเธอ)
2014Hidden Line (ชู้ทางไลน์) Feat. กระแต อาร์สยาม
2017Don't Judge Me
2018Feelin with Twopee Southside and Notep
It's Time Feat. หวาย
Never Know

Studio albums

Album detailsTrack listing
  • Released: 2012
  • Label: Kamikaze
  • Formats: Mini Album
  1. No More (รักกว่านี้ไม่มีอีกละ)
  2. The End (จบมั้ย)
  3. Top Secret (มีอะไรอีกมั้ยที่ลืมบอก)
  4. Always Da One (ไม่มีทางไม่มีเธอ)
  • Released: 2013
  • Label: Kamikaze
  • Formats: -
  1. In Time (มาได้จังหวะ)
  2. Blame It On Me (เจ็บคนเดียวก็พอ)
  3. Spy (แฟนพันธุ์ท้อ)
  4. All l Need (แค่อีกวันที่รักเธอ)


Biscuit Gap presents FFK AHOLIC CONCERT (Guest) [7]

May 26, 2012

Royal Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon, Bangkok


October 13, 2012

Royal Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon, Bangkok

KAMIKAZE K Fight Concert

October 13, 2013

Royal Paragon Hall, Siam Paragon, Bangkok

Television dramas

Television series

Television sitcom


Music video appearance

Master of Ceremony: MC

YearThai titleTitleNetworkNotesWith
2020–presentช่วงติดผู้YouTube:Four Sakonrut Sakolrat Wornurai

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  1. Dharmthai channel on Youtube
  2. [Scoop] Timethai Timeline
  3. No More music video
  4. “รักกว่านี้ไม่มีอีกละ (No More)” แรงทะลุ 10,000,000 view แล้วจ้า!! Archived 2012-10-06 at the Wayback Machine
  5. The End music video
  6. Timethai แรงไม่ยั้ง “..จบมั้ย (The End)” พุ่งขึ้นสู่ชาร์ตอันดับ 1 ของประเทศ Archived 2012-10-06 at the Wayback Machine
  7. แถลงการณ์ความมันส์ครั้งใหญ่จาก KAMIKAZE Biscuit Gap Presents FFKAHOLIC CONCERT” Archived 2012-05-08 at the Wayback Machine