Yoon Mirae Praised After Working With Far East Movement
By Staff Writer | June 13, 2012 09:29 PM EDT
Hip Hop artist Yoon Mirae and her husband Tiger JK worked with the hip hop group Far East Movement from the United States. They were featured in a song called 'Live My Life' in Far East Movement's new album called 'Dirty Bass.’ The chorus of the song 'Live My Life' is sang by top star Justin Bieber.
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The song is receiving explosive responses from the fans in the United States. In iTunes review, fans left comments like, 'I feel something that I have never felt before in this song', and 'It’s so amazing.’ Countless fans also showed interest to know which female rapper is featured in the song and left questions regarding Yoon Mirae's identity.
In September of last year, MTV Iggy chose Yoon Mirae as top 12 female rappers in the world, which is probably how she came to be featured in the Far East Movement's new album. Also Tiger JK and Yoon Mirae attended ‘K-Pop Night Out’ in Singapore and were praised for their powerful performance.
Far East Movement consists of four male members born and bred in L.A's Koreatown consists of Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Filipino. Far East Movement is the first to place 1st on Billboards main chart, who have a Korean background. Through their Twitter page, they expressed their gratitude for the opportunity to work with Yoon Mirae and Tiger JK, which stated, ‘Huge thank you to Yoon Mirae n Tiger JK on the ‘Live My life’ reeemix!’
Jungle Entertainment stated, 'We plan to maintain the relationship with Far East Movement in the future. It could lead to future featuring in other songs or performances.’
Correction: June 15, 2012
An article on Wednesday misidentified the Far East Movement to consists of four male members who immigrated to the United States from South Korea. The Far East Movement members are born and raised in Los Angeles and consists of Korean, Japanese, Chinese and Filipino; the members are not born in South Korea.
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