Seori, a rising singer-songwriter, is now in the spotlight with the successful premiere of the movie "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings."
Seori gains praise for her performance of 'Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings' OST
The premiere of "Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" topped the box office on its first day continuing the long history of the MCU (Marvel Cinematic Universe). The OST "Warriors" which is sung by Seori and Indonesian rapper Warren Hue is getting a lot of attention.
MCU's latest movie, "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings" tells a story of Shang-Chi, a superhuman who did not want to follow the footsteps of his father Wen-wu, who ruled the dark world with the power of Marvel's powerful legend "Ten Rings" and the assassin. He then realizes his true power later in the movie.
Since its release on September 3, the movie has maintained the top spot of the Box Office with an overwhelming number of audiences; it gave a new vitality to the theater industry. Audiences are also paying more attention to the OST of "Shang-chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings."
The Marvel movie official soundtrack album consists of Asian artists, particularly, Seori, BIBI, Zion T, DPR LIVE, DPR IAN, and Got7's Mark were the first Korean artists to participate in the singing of the movie's OST.
Seori sang the movie's OST "Warriors" together with Indonesian rapper Warren Hue. It is a song that contains the strength of the movie's protagonist. Seori's unique tone heightens the film's tension and immersion, it also doubles the charm of the super-hero action-adventure genre.
Listen to "Warriors" OST below:
With the success of "Warriors," many music fans are expressing their support to Seori's official SNS.
Seori is a rookie singer-songwriter who debuted in May 2020. Her first EP "?depacse ohw" includes "Trigger," "Lovers in the Night," "Long Night," and "Dive with You." She released four singles in a row.
She expanded her activities recently by participating in the OST featuring Tomorrow X Together and the OST of the movie "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings."
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Asian Artists Contribute to Marvel Movie's Success
88rising produced the OST of "Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings," it is a media company and label that leads Asian music in the United States.
With this move, the movie will be named as an "All-Asian Marvel Movie because of the Asian Actors and artists that participated in the movie.
The company stated that this is the first time that Korean artists participated in an OST for a Marvel movie.
Zion T sang "Nomad" along with Japanese artist Gen Hoshino, while BIBI and GOT7 Mark achieved harmony in the song "Never Gonna Come Down."
The movie involves a large number of Asian artists that came from the United States, and also artists from Korea, China, Philippines and Indonesia.
Anderson Paak, who is now active in a duo "Silk Sonic" in the United States, is also one of the performers of the movie's OST.
This is the first time that Marvel has committed the production of OST to 88rising.
88rising representative Sean Miyashiro said that K-Pop is now recognized worldwide. With the movie's OST album, they are hoping that various music acts from Korea will be introduced globally soon.
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Written by Annie Barmaine.