It’s been several months since the successful release of DangerDisko x Q Sound’s single “Free”, and things have been looking up as the track makes its way up the Hitz FM MET 10 Chart.
Having appeared on various media outlets from online news portals to magazines, the media can’t get enough of local comedian Kavin Jay, who luckily has more than enough to offer.
Fuad Alshabhi, lead vocalist of local popular rock band Kyoto Protocol, joined by Mentor first runner-up Aina Abdul and 10 other notable singer-songwriters in Malaysia race the clock to write songs for a noble cause.
With an album to be dropped at Good Vibes Fest where they’ll be a featured act, local band Kyoto Protocol took time out of their busy schedule and had a good talk with online news outlet Buro 24/7 Malaysia.
The Borneo Jazz Festival – one of the region’s longest running jazz festival – was held over the weekend, celebrating 13 long, jazzy years, and Q Sound, Aina Abdul and friends were there to commemorate it through their performances!
After his highly-rated Netflix special “Everybody Calm Down!” and a successful run in Zimbabwe at the HIFA Comedy Fest, Kavin Jay continues to capture the attention of the media, featuring in newspapers, magazines and more.
Followed by a great collaboration with Dangerdisko and a successful run at Malaysia’s first ever hip-hop big band “Q Sound’s Second Line”, Q Sound proves he’s a force to be reckoned with.
Zimbabwe’s leading arts showcase, the Harare International Festival of the Arts (Hifa) will have the crowd roaring with life and laughter as our very own Kavin Jay takes his jokes to the colourful continent.
It has been a year since LastLogic won the Guinness Amplify’s Recording Studio Competition which landed them a 5-songs production deal with Big A Productions, they are finally ready to release their EP to the world with local favourites Kyoto Protocol and Tempered Metal to back them up as featured acts!
Earlier this year, we shared the good news that UMobile’s latest plan included supporting the local arts scene as they adopt 3 homegrown music acts.