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Far East Movement Releases ‘Identity’ Featuring Top K-pop Artists

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Not one or two, but many K-pop names.

 

These collaborations are now the stars on Far East Movement‘s new album, Identity.

A few of K-pop heavyweights have lent their support for Far East Movement’s fifth album Identity which was released on Friday.

Among the artists who took their time and provided a creative spin to the album is rapper and singer Yoon Mi-rae for the title track Fighter, which depicts the resilience of Korean-American immigrants of whom escaped the ravages of war. The group had previously expressed their enthusiasm to work with Yoon Mi-rae for quite some time before the collaboration.

Rapper Jay Park, EXO‘s Chanyeol, Girls’ Generation‘s Tiffany, Sistar‘s Hyorin and trio Urban Zakapa rounds up the featured Korean artists on the album.

Far East Movement will appear on Yoo Hee-yeol’s Sketchbook on Saturday to promote the current album.

Fighter featuring Yoon Mi-rae and Autolaser:

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