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.
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.
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.
Kavin Jay is large and in charge – a big man with a bigger-than-life personality, it’s hard to tell the funny man experiences moments of pressure and vulnerability – but in an interview with online magazine Chubstr, Kavin reveals all.
With international tours and now a Netflix special to his name, Kavin Jay is without a doubt an outrageously funny man. Last week, the good people at Hitz.FM find out why.
With illustrious careers under both their belts, Roen and Carey have never backed down from any challenge thrown at them, with their latest being the continuous challenge and gift of parenthood.
This festive season, weekly paper Focus Malaysia has decided to make “family” their focal point as they interview wife, mother, emcee, beauty queen and woman extraordinaire Carey Ng about her new family life.
Kuizz has always been in a unique position when it came to his music – he gained recognition burning up international charts and news outlets online with “Uncool”, but was virtually unknown and under the radar in his own home right here in Malaysia. With his place in the top four of AirAsia’s #DreamsComeTrue campaign, … Continue reading It’s A Hit(z): Kuizz To Be Interviewed For Hitz.fm MET 10
While in Singapore, Harian Metro managed to catch up with Kuizz in an interview about his journey through music and mentor session with David Foster.
Clocking in at 788,791 streams on his single Silences and 136,710 monthly listeners on Spotify, local publication JUICE has decided to feature the only Malaysian in the final four of the AirAsia #DreamsComeTrue campaign.