A satirical song meant to mock Chinese nationalists recently went viral and is now banned in China.
“I’m so sorry”: On Oct. 15, Malaysian rapper Namewee released “Fragile,” a Mandopop song created with Taiwan-based Australian singer Kimberley Chen and uploaded on YouTube.
K-pop girl group Aespa has teamed up with their virtual avatars to fight the villainous Black Mamba in the music video for “Savage,” the title track of their first EP.
The story so far: “Savage,” a follow-up to the group’s other tracks “Black Mamba” and “Next Level,” sees members Karina, Giselle, Winter and Ningning traveling to the wilderness, according to Rappler.
A rapper and dancer has come under fire after launching a music video that disrespected “all of Asia” through blatant cultural appropriation.
Elijah Castillo, who goes by the stage name Conscience, released “Rush Hour” to a massive uproar over the weekend, which soon led to harassment and death threats on his inbox.
Hayley Kiyoko, also known as the “Lesbian Jesus” to her fans, appeared among a star-studded cast in Taylor Swift’s newest music video for “You Need to Calm Down.”
Kiyoko makes a cameo among other celebrities, including Laverne Cox, Dexter Mayfield, Hannah Hart, the “Queer Eye” Fab Five and Ellen Degeneres. She shoots an arrow and hits a number five right on target. There is some speculation about a potential collaboration on that track, with the fifth song in Swift’s past albums being the most emotional, according to People.
Certain artists live their whole lives dreaming to shine on stages: not Trace. She’d already seen the life firsthand as the daughter of legendary Vietnamese singer Carol Kim. She’s maintained a good relationship with her mother, but was always going down a different path.
The music video for “Stand Out Fit In,” the second single from ONE OK ROCK’s album “Eye of the Storm,” is making waves among Asian Americans for its portrayal of what’s it like to grow up Asian in the United States.
Steve Aoki just dropped the music video for his smash hit collaboration with BTS, “Waste It On Me,” which features an all-Asian American cast. We got the chance to sit down with the Grammy-nominated DJ to talk about his experience working with BTS, the importance of Asian representation and more.
K-Pop idol Tiffany Young returns with sweet revenge in her second U.S. single “Teach You.”
The track’s music video, featuring fellow Girls’ Generation (a.k.a. SNSD) members Hyoyeon and Sooyoung, has streamed to the tune of over three million views on YouTube since Friday.
A group of four young students in rural Thailand has become the latest internet stars over their ingenious, low-budget parodies of K-pop music videos.
The girls — Mommaem, Kungten, Som, and Kwang — form Deksorkrao, the most resourceful cover group K-pop has probably ever seen.
Tokyo-born filmmaker Hiro Murai has caught everyone’s attention with his brutally poignant music video for “This Is America,” a new single from Donald Glover, a.k.a. Childish Gambino.
The politically-charged piece brilliantly juxtaposes Glover’s deceptively happy, carefree lines against a violent background as it tackles Black life and culture in America.
Taylor Swift has come under fire for her soon-to-be-released music video for her song “…Ready For It” and its likeness to the Hollywood flop, “Ghost in the Shell”. The songstress posted a teaser clip to her Instagram on Monday, racking up over two million views in just two days.