MIB Attends Japan Festival, Leaders of 'K-Hip Hop'
By Staff Writer | June 16, 2012 06:10 PM EDT
Hip-hop group MIB has become the new leader for the global Korean Wave.
On June 16 and 17, MIB will be performing their newest song, 'Only Hard For Me' and debut song ‘G.D.M’ at the 'Love-1 Festival.'
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This year being the 2nd annual Love-1 Festival has created 3 themes for this year’s event. 'Asian Bond', 'Coexistence With The Natural Environment', and 'Visible Charity' will be the themes used along with music, sports and other events. Last year, over 20,000 people attended this festival.
Along with MIB, other K-pop stars will be attending the festival such as 2PM, KARA, CNBLUE, and Leessang. In the midst of these idol groups, MIB stands alone in the K-hip-hop scene but is sure to stand out and show the crowds a different taste of music.
At the same time as their debut, they had fan clubs created in the U.S., France, Brazil, Japan, Thailand and others with a total of 13 countries, making them a new rising star. In addition, they also performed in Singapore’s largest music market, 'Music Matters 2012.' Also, at the beginning of this year, they were able to work with world renowned musician will.i.am and Far East Movement.
Currently, MIB is performing their new song 'Only Hard For Me' and making guest appearances on various radio and music programs.
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