Thriving from the arguably tarnished but ain’t dead hiphop culture in the Philippines – Rjay Ty is set to reclaim its glory as he breaks the stereotype that has plagued the scene.
Dishing out pop punk nuggets peppered with feisty cries of gritty female potency, West London girl gang The Tuts pen sharp-witted bangers that cut through patriarchal oppression.
Bringing a fresh fusion of East and West in her sets—a mix of her Himeji minimalism roots and Berlin’s zing and zest of techno music—DJ Hito offers a new elevated experience to club-goers.
With passion and honesty as her own life blood, Kiana Valenciano readily steps under the heated spotlight to deliver musings echoed by the internet generation.
Highly influenced by a series of miscellaneous abstracts, Yaeji stands at the extreme polar opposite of the widely known K-pop pastel music group spectrum.