It’s been announced that the Far East Movement will be one of many star musical acts at this weekend’s Inaugural Ball festivities for President Obama. There are a pair of concert events scheduled for the holiday weekend at the Washington Convention Center, thought it hasn’t been published as to which artists will be performing at which show, but FM joins the likes of Katy Perry, Smokey Robinson, Usher, Alicia Keys, Brad Paisley, Beyonce, Kelly Clarkson and more.
Attention all of our Northern neighbors from Toronto! Kollab TO will be held on Saturday, September 15th at the Toronto Centre for the Arts. We’ve already shared the “Meet the Finalists” clip but now you can get a preview of the actual talent and what they are prepared to bring to the table. So without further ado, check out this mash-up from the contestants of Kollab TO 2012. Buy tickets, here.
It’s been incredible to have the opportunity to partner with Inspire in the past, and we are excited to share the news that they are hosting another awesome show on September 29th in Buena Park, CA! This time around, the benefits go towards The Supply, a fantastic organization that aims to empower impoverished children through education. And to help Inspire do it, they have booked a pretty epic line-up of talent! Headlining the event is none other than MC Jin, along with Erin Kim, DJ Descry (of the Nehemiah Band), V3 Dance, Paul Choi, John & Daniel Rhee, and the One Fourteen.
ISATV is in full swing again as the concert series recently rolled out their promo trailer for concerts being held in New York and Boston. Using Far East Movement’s “Drive” as back drop music, ISA reveals their lineup for the East Coast leg of the tour. Host Kevin Jumba will be joined on stage with AJ Rafael, Chiddy Bang (New York only), Dia Frampton, Dumbfoundead, Poreotics, Wong Fu and of course Far East Movement. The New York show will be held at Terminal 5 while Boston’s will be at the Orpheum Theatre. Check your local ticket master for purchases and we hope to see you at the show!
Bambu has found himself on the billing for 2012′s Soundset (an annual Hip-Hop festival) in Minnesota at the end of month (the 27th). To mark the occasion, he’s dropped “When I Get to Minnesota” as a precursor to his appearance at the independent Hip-Hop musical event, along with 40 other artists. Mid-western rap fans would be remiss to skip this one!
In celebration of my opportunity to perform at this year’s Soundset, I decided to record a little something with the help of my ace homeboy, DJ Nphared. The song speaks loosely of some of the local issues in the Twin Cities’ innercity. The socioeconomic problems in the area, though not as publicized, mirror that of most urban landscapes: gang violence, unemployment rate increases, home foreclosure, etc.
So, I’ll see y’all at Soundset this year and I promise to try and throw down… When I Get To Minnesota.
Every year, KoreAm Magazine throws a glitzy, star-studded gala to honor the achievements by those in the Asian Am community. This year, on December 3rd, Hines Ward, Jennifer Nelson, Sung Kang, and Roy Choi are the honorees and there is a great line-up of artists who will be providing the evening’s entertainment. Ameriie, Dia Frampton, and Jay Park are among some of the acts to take the stage – adding all the more reason the event should live up to it’s name. Head over to KoreAm’s site for all the details!
Hello readers! It’s been way too long since out last giveaway, so we decided to do a quick, impromptu contest for you all. In case you haven’t heard, international group on the rise – Aziatix – is embarking on a … Continue reading →
Wow. It’s insane to think that the original Kollaboration is already at it’s 11th show. This year’s festivities in LA is ramping up as the show date quickly approaches – November 5th. The line-up includes a mixture of new faces … Continue reading →
After kicking off the yearwith an incredible event in the East Coast, Inspire is returning back to their SoCal roots for a new show on October 22nd in Torrance, California. The faith inspired concert features talent from all over the country including AMP, Gowe, Jason Min, The Lawft, Mickey Cho, Descry (of the Nehemiah Band) and more! SoCal folk, I highly encourage you check this one out. This is music for the ears, heart and soul. Tickets are available via Eventbrite.