Featuring an all-Asian line-up, the online music festival will be live-streamed on May 7.
Following the stream of online concerts from Mandopop and Kpop artists, 88rising has joined in the bandwagon to organise an online music festival featuring some of the biggest Asian names in the music industry.
88rising, an Asian-centered entertainment company based in America, is home to trendy hip hop artists such as Joji and Rich Brian. Earlier today (Apr 30), the company announced the upcoming online festival, Asia Rising Forever, on their social media.
Fans showed excitement towards the announcement of the online festival, understandably so since the spread of COVID-19 has halted many concerts around the world.
Major names from the K-pop industry are included in the line-up, such as solo artist Kang Daniel, girl group CLC and indie band Hyukoh.
88rising’s in-house artists like Rich Brian and NIKI are also slated to perform for the festival amongst several other in-house singers.
Besides 88rising’s own artists, singers from other labels will also be performing for Asia Rising Forever. This includes Beabadobee, singer of viral hit ‘Coffee’, Malaysian singer Yuna, Houston-based low-fi singer Keshi and more!
Plug in your speakers or headphones, and enjoy the livestream of the music festival at home!
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