Tagged: genre: dance
Despite the lack of full albums and minis that I listened to over the past year, my current iTunes list of chosen songs this year has a whopping +90 tracks, so yeah. It’s been a difficult task to try to reduce my list by nearly half, so there will definitely be a lot of cheating on this list.
As you’ll all remember, I was blessed with the chance to go to South Korea for the first time in October. During my adventures, I also managed to get an interview with South Korean...
Music is many things, but as a viable career option, it can be very challenging. Between national tours to playing in run-down establishments to just a few audience members, the life of a musician...
Though the years seem to take away more and more of my energy and ability to write, I still want to share the new music I encountered in 2017. Whether you want a new dance rhythm or something to sing along to, or just want to forget life and become sound, I hope you find something new to like!
When the king of Kpop finally makes an appearance near you, then you must go.
Although his Western heritage has always played a big part in his music, Asian-American singer-songwriter Khalil Fong has never made his penchant for East-meets-West fusion as clear as he has with his latest album Journey to the West; inspired by the classic Chinese tale.