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[req] Breakdown Supreme Mix by Epik High

22 October 2009 - 06:47 PM

does anyone have the lyrics available?

I've looked high and low for forever, and i can't find it anywhere.

all i need really, is mithra's rap part either in hangeul or romanized. the english part isn't necessary...lol.

anyone who's willing to provide the lyrics, many many thanks in advance!

[21+ Event Info] Se7en Preview Party in Seattle, WA

25 November 2008 - 12:11 PM

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Live guest performance from SE7EN!

Single Pre-Release Party for his new single "Girls" featuring Lil Kim, produced by Darkchild.
*Note: It doesn't say whether or not Lil Kim will be there.

Date: December 13, 2008 (Saturday)
Time: Doors open at 9PM-2AM
Location: 155 N. 35th St., Seattle, WA

*This is a 21+ Event ONLY

Seattle Performers:
- Opening act by New Heights
- Master of Ceremonies by INVAZN of ONFIRE Entertainment

Featured Go-Go's:
Los Angeles: VS Vixen's Sasha Singleton and Lisa Kaye
Sasha Singleton's Seattle Birthday Celebration!
Vancouver Canada: Ice Promotion's Ess and Justyna

Disc Jockeys:
Seattle: DJ Christyle - www.djchristyle.com
Los Angeles: DJ Quickie - www.djquickie.com

Dress Code: No t-shirts, no athletic gear, no hats

Please dress to impress.


LIMITED PRESALES: Now available so RSVP them! Tickets will also be sold @ the door, but take advantage of the presale discount!

There is no guestlist for this party. Only presale tickets and cover @ the door. .

LIMITED VIP Booths: Kick it in the exclusive VIP section with the industry leaders and SE7EN himself!

Only Guests with booths and the premium pre sale tickets are allowed in the VIP section so RSVP asap!

Free gifts from our sponsors from SAMSUNG and Verizon Wireless for VIP area guests.


For presale tickets, booths and party info contact:

Joe Cha
Whisper Entertainment - Seattle
[email protected]
iPhone: 206.427.4204

Facebook: http://www.facebook....id=109977205720
Myspace: http://www.myspace.com/whisperseattle
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lol, BoA on the east coast on December 3rd, Se7en on the west on December 13th. seems like Se7en's stepping up to the competition ^^;;


December 12, 2008

Se7en, a Korean pop superstar, pays a visit to the Seattle area Korean pop star Choi Dong Wook, known as Se7en, performs Dec. 13 at the Fremont Studios in Seattle and signs autographs at Verizon Wireless in Federal Way on Dec. 14.

By Marian Liu, Seattle Times staff reporter

Fans swarmed the Korean pop star's show in California. And now, Choi Dong Wook, known as Se7en, will take on Washington.

"Nobody hates the number 7," Se7en said about his favorite number. "I want to be everyone's luck. I want to give them luck from my music."

The 25-year-old has won nine Korean Music Awards (equivalent to Grammys), as well as Most Popular Korean Singer (MTV Asia Awards). In addition, he's sold out shows in both South Korea and Japan, in arenas that sit 20,000. And after four albums in South Korea and two albums in Japan, he's ready for the states.

"My music is pop and R&B, so the music that I love is born here, in America," said Se7en, who has been singing since age 5. "In Asia, every singer, their best dream is America."

Se7en is coming to Washington for the first time this week, performing in Seattle at Fremont Studios Saturday and signing autographs in Federal Way on Sunday. After more than 3,000 people showed up for his Highlands Night Club concert last May in Hollywood, who knows how many Seattle-area fans will turn out? More than 1,000 queued up for San Francisco and Orange County signings, arriving as early as 7 a.m. for autograph sessions that started at 2 in the afternoon.

"It's really like, so special, that I'm here in America, not Asia, but still people know me and people are supporting me," said Se7en. "That kind of thing is really like an honor, and I'm so thankful about that."

With hip-hop-flavored dancing skills, an R&B taste and Michael Jackson-inspired clothes, Se7en is like a pop-ier Justin Timberlake. Over the past year and a half, Se7en has settled in Los Angeles, working on a self-produced American debut album all in English, set for release in February.

"It was pretty hard. I'm still working on my English," said Se7en, who describes himself as a hardworking, happy person.

The singer has a hit-making team that includes Grammy Award-winning producer Rodney "Darkchild" Jerkins (who has worked with pop stars like Beyoncé, Ludacris and Michael Jackson) and Noize Trip (who produced Fergie and Pink). They created a hip-hop-funk-R&B album, with Se7en collaborating with such rappers as Fabolous and Three 6 Mafia. And Se7en's first single, set for release next month, is with Lil' Kim.

"I want to show them something from Asian culture, something fresh, something new," said Se7en. "Me and Lil' Kim come together — isn't it kind of fresh?"

He is looking for an American major label to work with, and if successful, he could be the first Korean artist of his caliber to break into this market.

"Music is just music — music is universal," said Se7en. "I don't think it matters where I'm from. It doesn't matter my face color. ... I want to show them just my music, then my singing, my dancing, my performing — that's the point."

Source: http://seattletimes....mus12se7en.html

Se7en featuring Lil' Kim "Them Girls"

03 November 2008 - 09:11 PM

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I couldn't really find any official news on this, besides Popseoul and seoulbeats (i know i know >.<) so i'm just gonna say it.

I think it was officially stated awhile back that Se7en would be collaborating with Dark Child and Lil' Kim, and the remix of "Them Girls" featuring Lil' Kim was leaked recently. I think se7en's managements is pretty on top of it though cause apparently the youtube links have already been deleted.

I'll upload the link soon, and link it here if that's ok.... http://forums.boajja...howtopic=107074

mk, so opinions?

Don't Vote

03 October 2008 - 11:19 AM


A well-done video that I want to share with everyone :D (watch the whole thing!)

Asian Song Festival in Seoul

29 August 2008 - 12:21 PM

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Asian pop stars, such as TVXQ, w-inds and Fahrenheit, will shine in Seoul as the Asia Song Festival celebrates its 5th anniversary.

The 5th Asia Song Festival promises to be bigger and better, with three days of events from Oct. 3-5 at the Seoul World Cup Stadium, Sangam, Seoul.

Organized by the Korea Foundation for International Cultural Exchange (KOFICE) and Seoul Metropolitan Government, the festival gathers 20 pop stars from 12 countries including Korea, China, Japan, Thailand, Vietnam and the Philippines on one stage.

The festival kicks off with a free concert featuring ``Best New Asian Artists'' Oct. 3 at the Peace Plaza at the Seoul World Cup Stadium. Performers include Korean boyband SHINee, Japanese girl group Berryz Kobo, Yoga from Taiwan, Peck from Thailand, BX from Mongolia, Rynn Lim from Malaysia and Jocie Guo Mei Mei from Singapore.

On Oct. 4, big-name pop stars TVXQ, Fahrenheit and w-inds will perform at the main concert of the Asia Song Festival. It will be held from 6 p.m. to 10 p.m. at the World Cup Stadium.

TVXQ is once again Korea's representative at the Asia Song Festival, having performed in three of the last four festivals. The five-member group, whose popularity is soaring around Asia, is preparing for the release of their fourth album this fall.

Fahrenheit is one of the hottest boy bands from Taiwan. The group, composed of Wu Chun, Jiro Wang, Calvin Chen and Aaron Yan, has had two chart-topping albums since 2006. Fahrenheit members, especially Chun, are extremely popular around Asia for their roles in Taiwanese dramas such as ``KO One," ``Romantic Princess,'' ``Hana Kimi'' and ``Tokyo Juliet.''

W-inds is one of the most popular J-pop groups around Asia, having performed in Taipei, Shanghai and Beijing. Members Ryohei Chiba, Keita Tachibana and Ryuichi Ogata visited Seoul in 2006, after being invited to perform at the Mnet KM Music Festival awards show.

Other performers at the festival include Korean girl group Girls Generation, Hong Kong star Karen Mok, Anson Hu from China, Agnes Monica from Indonesia, Ho Quynh Huong from Vietnam, Ice from Thailand and Rivermaya from the Philippines.

``This event will grow into one brand that represents cultural exchange and cooperation within Asia in the near future. The Asia Song Festival is perfect for fostering stronger global competitiveness in the music industry,'' said Shin Hyun-taik, chairman of KOFICE.

Organizers expect 10,000 people from other countries to attend the concert, up from 4,000 last year.

Aside from the two concerts, there will be an Asia Music Industry Leaders Forum with top Asian music and entertainment executives at the Seoul Hyatt Hotel. There is also an Asian Pop Music Outdoor Showcase Oct. 3-5 at the Peace Plaza.

The Asia Song Festival has been steadily gaining interest since it started in 2003. Past performers included top Asian stars such as BoA, F4, Ayumi Hamasaki, Kelly Chen, Leon Lai, A-Mei, and Arashi.

People wishing to attend can download ticket vouchers from the festival homepage www.asf.or.kr (Korean only). The voucher will be exchanged for an actual ticket on the day of the concert, with picture ID verification.

Foreign nationals can apply for tickets by sending an e-mail to [email protected] by Sept. 12. The e-mail should include name, nationality, passport number, contact information, e-mail address and date of birth. It should be written in English, Chinese or Japanese.

The Seoul World Cup Stadium is located near World Cup Stadium Station Subway Line 6. For information, visit www.asf.or.kr.

[email protected]


no BoA this year either? >.<
at least she's going to Shanghai for the SM Live concert, but that means SNSD, Shinee, DBSK will be quite busy...