Earlier this year, you experienced the groundbreaking Converse Three Artists. One Song track #DoYaThing involving a collaboration among Gorillaz, Andre 3000 and James Murphy. This time, Converse has announced a track release – #PeepShow – for its first-ever Korea based Three Artists. One Song collaboration.
The music initiative brings together three diverse and unique Korean artists, featuring indie icons Jaurim, rising hip-hop stars Aziatix and award-winning electronic act Idiotape. Recorded in Seoul, the genre-bending track pushes the dial on youthful expression and brings an edgy new sound to the Asia Pacific market.
“We’re excited to be a part of Three Artists. One Song and to bring a brand new concept to the Asia Pacific music scene,” said DGURU, front man of Idiotape. “By not limiting ourselves to any specific instrument or genre, we were able to come up with a very original and unique sound.”
“Converse embraces a rebellious young audience and the notion of self-expression,” said Eddie Shin, lead vocalist from Aziatix. “With #PeepShow, we wanted to elevate this young voice and inspire creativity among music fans in Korea and beyond.”
Now in its eighth series, the Coverse Three Artists. One Song music platform is set to launch in Korea, widening the scope for the celebration of international music talent. The new track, #PeepShow, is available to music fans globally for download.
Watch out for the music video premiering at www.converse.com very soon!