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Joey Guila, Viennie V, and Dumbfoundead @ Best Buy Theatre

Warming up the crowd for Jay Park were Viennie V and Dumbfoundead. The night’s host was none other than comedian Joey Guila.

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Jay Park @ Best Buy Theatre

It’s been two days and my ears are still recovering from Sunday’s concert. Blending hiphop, r&b, and kpop, international rapper/singer Jay Park kept Best Buy Theatre rocking all night long. Here are some photos from the night.

Special thanks to Cat Chung at Cashmere Agency and Stephen Kim at Plan C Agency for hooking me up the media pass.

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Kollaboration NY Music Video Shoot: Behind The Scenes

“This is it, I’m crossing over,” I thought as the F train passed York Street. This was my first time venturing out to Brooklyn. On public transportation. On my own. With a few thousand dollars worth of equipment…. in broad day light, but still. I’m always expecting to see gunslinging gangsters running wild around Brooklyn, so it was very surprising to come out and see such a nice area. In broad daylight, at least.

But it was for good reason that I went all the way out to Brooklyn, on public transportation, on my own, with a few thousand dollars worth of equipment. The Kollaboration NY promo music video was being filmed at the Serett Metalworks warehouse and I absolutely had to be there. It was my first time being at a music video shoot and I was really excited to see what the lighting, filming, and logistics of a music video shoot is like. Below are some behind-the-scene images of day 1. We had 5 KNY competitors coming in to film that day, so some people were up since 7am prepping. Official music video posted at the end of post! Continue reading

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After Midnight Project, United Scenes of America Tour @ Webster Hall

Opening up for Hawthorne Heights on the United Scenes of America Tour, After Midnight Project tore the Webster Hall Studio stage apart. I’ve heard some of their music before, but experiencing their live set had totally changed my impressions of the band. If anyone sees a face on the ground, let me know. Cause mine had officially been rocked off. Continue reading

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