Nepal | May 27, 2020

TikTok to host online gig with leading SKorean hip-hop artistes on May 27 

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KATHMANDU: Video-sharing mobile platform TikTok will be hosting yet another online concert next week featuring some of the top South Korean hip-hop stars.

According to The Korea Herald, Epik High, Zico and other top South Korean hip-hop stars will perform as part of an online concert hosted by TikTok next week, the company said on May 21.

Photo Courtesy: Zico/Instagram

The concert named ‘TikTok Stage with Hiphopplaya’ will be held online next Wednesday May 27, at 8:00 pm Korean Standard Time via the @tiktok_stage account on the platform. Quoting TikTok, The Korea Herald says that hip-hop trio Epik High, rapper-singer Zico and 20 other artistes, including Jessie, Jay Park, Crush, Heize, Changmo and Sik-K, will take part in the show.

TikTok will be holding another online concert, ‘TikTok Stage Live From Seoul’ on May 25, starring many leading K-pop artistes, including Apink, Oh My Girl, Monsta X, KARD and Kang Daniel. — HNS

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