Good Evening a-Tunes readers. It’s been a while since we had any site related news, and we have a few things in store but today we’re revealing a minor change to how things are done behind the scenes via Twitter. Up until this point we’ve been using my Twitter account, @GiftedThought, for all the official […]Read More a-Tunes News: The Official a-Tunes Twitter Is Born
So this may not exactly be Asian American music related but Korean rapper G-Masta released “Memoir Of G-ma$ta” a few days ago and his track 투망 (Cast) is lyrically appalling. The track opens up with girl(s) singing, “I wanna f— you” on auto-tune and the song just drags down from there. From the horrible rap […]Read More Worst Ever: “I wanna..” what?!
Justin Nozuka, whose new album You I Wind Land and Sea just dropped this past week chatted it up with FreshScouts for an interview. It’s a fairly short watch but its a good opportunity to hear some of the stories behind the album and how it came together. Justin seems like a really chill guy […]Read More Justin Nozuka Interview w/ FreshScouts
David Choi was recently interviewed by Vi3tI3abe Media through an interesting medium, Twitter. Given the method of choice, you can imagine that both questions and answers alike are on the shorter side provided the constraints. Either way they fly though over a dozen questions touching on topics like his upcoming album By My Side and […]Read More David Choi Interview w/ Vi3tI3abe Media
We’ve got two new updates from Dumbfoundead today. First of all, he announced a new track that he’s working on that features the awesome Clara Chung and world renowned Jay Park. This is an intriguing collection of artists so it’s gonna be really interesting to see what comes out of this group! Look for the song to drop April […]Read More Dumbfoundead to Collab w/ Clara Chung & Jay Park; Drop Album w/ Wax
D-Pryde’s back with another new single called ‘Number One Fan” featuring Suspect and Tech Rhymes who collectively form Bermuda Triangle. The song goes in a decidedly more pop direction as D explains that they can’t do the punchline raps all the time, and you know what? He’s absolutely right. It’s good to switch things up. […]Read More D-Pryde x Suspect x Tech Rhymes Release “Number One Fan”