October 21, 2016


Far East Movement's New 'Identity' Album Combines Your Favorite Pop & K-Pop Stars: Listen

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It was just last week that Far East Movement kicked off their globally focused Identity album with "Freal Luv" that brought the hitmakers together with R&B-pop star Tinashe, rising EDM favorite Marshmello and Chanyeol of K-pop boy band EXO. Wasting no time at all, the "Like a G6" hitmakers have already revealed the full album that includes loads of pop and K-pop collaborations, making for one of the most ambitious and sonically fascinating LPs of the year.

The opening cut, "Fighter," features legendary Korean-American singer Yoonmirae and Norwegian producer Autolaser—and it just got a stirring music video featuring historical clips of Asian history:

Album standouts include like the house-y "Don't Speak," showcasing a new side of Girls' Generation's Tiffany, and the MNEK-produced "SXWME" featuring Jay Park. It's a true musical voyage. Stream the album via Spotify:

With such a quick album rollout and two music videos already released, we're looking forward to loads more exciting things from the FM guys with Identity.

Get your #FBF on with a throwback interview with Far East Movement talking about the influence of Beastie Boys below: