- Nmixx released a cover Sunday of the 2009 song “Kiss” by former K-pop girl group Rainbow.
- In partnership with Warner Music Korea, the cover is part of an ongoing series on YouTube called “Re:born Project,” which features various Korean artists’ renditions of hit songs.
- Nmixx and its members Haewon, Lily, Sullyoon, Jinni, BAE, Jiwoo and Kyujin debuted earlier this year under JYP Entertainment with the single album “Ad Mare,” led by the title track “O.O.”
- The seven-member group will perform at KCON LA 2022 this month at the Crypto.com Arena.
JYP Entertainment girl group Nmixx dropped a cover Sunday of “Kiss,” a 2009 song from the former K-pop girl group Rainbow.
The Warner Music Korea music video sees the septet at a summer party as they sing their rendition of Rainbow’s song off their 2009 debut album “Gossip Girl.”
The Boston Herald on Thursday used an offensive photoshopped cover image with the words “Wok Tall,” upsetting many Asian Americans.
Herald’s ‘Wok Tall’ front page is no laughing matter for Asian-Americans via /r/asianamerican https://t.co/6CtRzj841P
A Filipino guitarist from Calamba, a city in Laguna, is gaining fame online for his cover of Queen’s masterpiece “Bohemian Rhapsody” involving chopsticks and some video editing.
Ralph Jay Triumfo, a musician from the Philippines, posted a video on his YouTube channel over the weekend where he played “Bohemian Rhapsody” using a unique style of music composition. And eating utensils.