Far East Movement's unique combination of hip hop, electronica and dance beats has proven a recipe for success -- even soccer dads in Starbucks can't help but shake it when “Like a G6” bumps from the speakers. They've collaborated with big names like Snoop Dogg, M.I.A., Tyga and Rye Rye, and they’ve also been on tour numerous times with acts like J. Cole and Kid Ink, in addition to doing their own solo concerts. Selling out tickets worldwide, Far East Movement puts on more than just a concert. The charisma of their music is only matched by their wildly bold and blingy fashion. Often one of the marquee acts of various festival tours, lucky ticket holders find themselves immersed in a world that’s part club, part concert, part rave and parts never expected for a live show. The hardest ticket to get for any of Far East Movement's shows was their performance at President Obama’s Inaugural Ball in January 2013.
Hailing from LA's Koreatown, original members Kev Nish, Prohgress and J-Splif first took the stage in a benefit concert for a local teen rehab center. A few years later, their first hit single, "Round Round," was featured in The Fast and the Furious: Tokyo Drift and catapulted the band into the spotlight. The first Asian-American group to hold the top spot on the Billboard Hot 100 in the US with their single, "Like a G6," Far East Movement continue to reach their fans with recent singles, such as "Live My Life," "For All," "Change Your Life" and a recent feature and UK hit, "Get Up (Rattle)" with Dutch producers, Bingo Players. Their most recent album, Dirty Bass, features collaborations with Justin Bieber, Pitbull and producer will.i.am.