Disbandments hardly ever spell the end of music groups, as these 90s pop groups – 911, S Club and 5ive – have proven.
Not even the rain could stop diehard fans of Monsta X from turning up to see their favourite K-pop group. The seven-member boyband from South Korea was in Singapore last week to headline the HSBC Women’s World Championship Music Festival 2018 on Saturday (3 March) at the Resorts World Sentosa. Ahead of their performance, the group met with fans and the media in a press conference held at Plaza Singapura on Friday (2 March), where they answered questions from the media and interacted with their fans, who are known as “Mon Bebes”.
Korean pop groups EXID, JBJ and B1A4 got the crowd screaming during their performances at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Wednesday night (21 Feb). They were part of Stargram’s 2018 Launch K-Pop show, together with violinist Eugene Park, classical singer Kwak Dong-hyun and dance group Optical Crew. Stargram coin is a cryptocurrency that can be used to purchase selected content, such as certain celebrity-related fan items. Fans can purchase tickets, special albums, items from affiliated shops and enjoy concert and fan-meeting privileges using these coins. For more photos, check out this slideshow: K-pop groups EXID, JBJ and B1A4 rock crowd at Singapore Indoor Stadium . Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Korean pop groups EXID, JBJ and B1A4 got the crowd screaming during their performances at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Wednesday night (21 Feb).
Elton John will perform in Singapore in late 2019 as the British pop star brings his 50-year glittering career to a close with a 300-date world tour. According to a media release by local concert promoter 19sixtyfive on Friday (9 February), the singer will visit Asia in November and December next year with stops in Tokyo, Hong Kong and Seoul as well. The “Farewell Yellow Brick Road” three-year tour will kick off in the US on 8 September 2018 and take place across five continents – North and South America, Asia, Europe and Australasia. ...
Malaysian singer-songwriter Namewee delivered an exciting performance of viral hits, crude humour and more at his “4896” world tour on Saturday (3 February) at the The Star Performing Arts Centre. For the uninitiated, “4896” in Hokkien means “very powerful”, which is the feeling 34-year-old Namewee – a.k.a. Wee Meng Chee – was hoping to convey to his audience at his first-ever concert in Singapore.
New K-pop group IN2IT recently celebrated the first 100 days of their debut during a showcase in Singapore on Friday (2 Feb). Ahead of the showcase at SOTA, Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore met with the eight lively members for an exclusive interview. IN2IT took turns sharing how they would ask someone out on Valentine's Day and Malaysian member Isaac also shared who was his best language student. Follow Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore on Facebook .
Malaysian internet star and singer Namewee sat down for an interview with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, detailing what he likes about chicken rice in Singapore and whether he thinks he's "controversial".
American hip-hop artiste Ms. Lauryn Hill will be headlining the Singapore International Jazz Festival 2018. Famously known as the female lead of ’90s hip-hop group The Fugees, American singer-songwriter Ms. Lauryn Hill will be performing in Singapore for the first time this April as part of the headlining act for the annual Singapore International Jazz Festival. The event will return to Marina Bay Sands from 6 to 8 April and will also see other acts such as English jazz-pop artiste Jamie Cullum and American singer Lalah Hathaway, the daughter of music icon Donna Hathaway.
South Korean pop group Super Junior made a return to Singapore with their “Super Show 7” world concert tour on Saturday (27 Jan) at the Indoor Stadium.
Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK may be a global name now, but this was not always the case. In a recent interview on Saturday (20 January) ahead of their performance to a 6,500-strong crowd at the Singapore Indoor Stadium, the band’s lead vocalist Takahiro Moriuchi (known simply as “Taka”) shared their experience during their initial performances in the United States. “There is that very strong, significant ‘away’ feeling,” Taka said of performing to an American audience at an interview session with Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore and other media.
Mandopop singer JJ Lin has just announced a new tour called “Sanctuary” via Facebook on Monday (22 Jan), which will kick off in Shanghai on 17 March. The 36-year-old Singaporean, who has released his 13th album “Message in a Bottle”, will then proceed to Wuhan, Shenzhen, Zhengshou, Dalian, Beijing, Jinan, Nanjing, Chongqing, Changsha, Chengdu, Tianjin, Hefei, Nanning, Singapore and Kuala Lumpur. More stops might be added to his tour later.
EXO-Ls, take note: South Korean boy band EXO is coming back to Singapore in March as part of their "EXO PLANET #4 –The EℓyXiOn–" world tour.
Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK performed their biggest show on Saturday (20 Jan) at the Indoor Stadium, in front of a 6,500-strong crowd.
Japanese rock band ONE OK ROCK may have performed in many countries, but writing a song about one is something entirely different. “I’ve never tried writing about some country,” he told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore ahead of ONE OK ROCK’s concert at the Singapore Indoor Stadium on Saturday (20 January).
World renowned French-Canadian singer Celine Dion is coming to Singapore to perform here for the first time. As part of the Celine Dion Live 2018 tour, the Grammy award winner is set to perform on 3 and 4 July at Marina Bay Sands. This is part of the integrated resort’s Sands Live concert series, which has featured performances by iconic stars such as The Rolling Stones.
Hannah Quinlivan was spotted in the crowd at Jay Chou’s Singapore concert. Taiwanese-Australian actress and model Hannah Quinlivan is no doubt a loving mother of two and a supportive wife to Mandopop king Jay Chou. Instead of sitting backstage, like many celebrity spouses do when their partners perform, the 24-year-old prefers to be in the audience to cheer for Chou, 38, who was in Singapore for a concert on Saturday (6 January).
Canadian comedy icon Russell Peters is set to return to Singapore for a one-night-only show on 24 February 2018 at the Singapore Indoor Stadium.
Malaysian rapper and filmmaker Namewee had such a good experience shooting his new music video “Funny Action” in Singapore with local director Jack Neo earlier this year that he is hoping he can shoot his new movie in the city-state. “It’s a good place to take picture[s] and shoot [a] music video, because it’s clean. When asked whether the film could be controversial, the singer-director-actor, who first gained notoriety 10 years ago for a remixed version of the Malaysian national anthem on YouTube, replied, “I don’t think so.
South Korean boyband VIXX may have looked all serious in their black outfits, but the mood at their "Shangri-La in Singapore 2017" concert on Saturday (2 December) was anything but. The 6-member group charmed fans at Zepp @ Bigbox with hits such as "Error", "Love Me Do", "Hot Enough" and "Blackout".
The Japanese musician will be performing live in Singapore for the first time on 8 December. Japanese artiste Suga Shikao already has his free time in Singapore planned out ahead of his visit to the island this week. “I want to go to Night Zoo (Night Safari), USS (Universal Studios Singapore) and drink Tiger beer and eat chilli crab!” the veteran musician told Yahoo Lifestyle Singapore, adding that he wanted to sightsee for four additional days after his concert on Friday (8 December).
K-pop groups SHINee and Red Velvet are back in Singapore for the Shilla Beauty Concert, less than four months after the two performed in here for TV show Music Bank. How do you feel about being back in Singapore?
Namewee will be performing for the first time in Singapore. Malaysian singer-songwriter Namewee, known for the Mandarin hit song, “Stranger In The North” featuring Wang Lee Hom, will be having a concert on 3 February 2018 at The Star Performing Arts Centre at 8pm, concert organiser Mode Entertainment announced on Thursday (23 November).
More tickets are going on sale for Jay Chou’s next Singapore concert, thanks to demand. There is still hope for fans of Jay Chou who didn’t manage to snatch tickets to his upcoming concert in January next year. Additional tickets have been added to the Mandopop star’s one-night-only concert, thanks to “demand from fans”, according to a press release from concert organiser Multimedia Entertainment on Thursday (2 November).