The free virtual event, which will stream exclusively on NextShark’s Facebook page, will be hosted by “Rock the Boat” podcaster and angel investor Lucia Liu and feature the musical talents of AJ Rafael, David Choi, Eden Kai, Nix, the iiSchool of Music & Art, and the New Asia Chamber Music Society.
K-pop supergroup BTS has just achieved another history-making moment in the music industry by topping the charts on Monday.
Two Japanese companies recently collaborated to create a face mask for musicians who play wind instruments without any difficulties.
South Korean pop group BLACKPINK has set several new Guinness World Records for their recently released single “How You Like That.”
The new music video, which garnered more than 86.3 million views when it was first released on June 26, set the new record for “Most viewed YouTube video in 24 hours,” “Most viewed music video on YouTube in 24 hours” and “Most viewed YouTube music video in 24 hours by a K-pop group,” according to Guinness World Records.
The 28-year-old singer Yohan, a member of the K-pop group TST, died Tuesday.
A young girl from Malaysia has attracted the attention of Rage Against the Machine guitarist Tom Morello for performing a heart-melting cover of “Killing in the Name.”
South Korean boy band Tomorrow X Together or TXT released a short trailer yesterday, hinting at their comeback and a new album 2020.
NextShark is proud to present the JadeTopia Virtual Festival for charity hosted by EDMTunes that will stream on April 24 at 1:00 p.m. PST/4:00 p.m. EST. This is the first all-Asian online music festival to raise funds for COVID-19 relief efforts.
The lineup features EDM artists that include Elephante (USA), Henry Fong (USA), DJ Soda (South Korea), GroovyRoom (South Korea), Angger Dimas (Indonesia), BEAUZ (USA), DRUU (USA), Florian Picasso (Vietnam/France), Justin OH (South Korea), MYRNE (Singapore), Raiden (South Korea), Riddler (USA), yetep (USA), and XCRPT (USA).
The South Korean boy band recently dropped “Map of the Soul: 7” at the end of February.
An American progressive rock band has caught the attention of Japanese Twitter after releasing a shirt based on a Family Mart receipt from Tokyo.
Vasudeva, which hails from New Jersey, went on a Japanese tour earlier this year, having three shows in Tokyo with stops in Kyoto and Nagoya in between.
K-Pop just got their first Russian solo artist.
Lana, a long-time fan of Korean culture, debuted as a soloist under HICC Entertainment after two years of training.