Far East Movement is in town, the latest popular craze with their chart topper song "Like A G6" which topped the Billboard Top 100 charts in late October. Comprising of a four members namely J-Splif, Kev Nish, Prohgress, and DJ Virman, KL Live was the venue for their concert last night. Thanks to Jfook and Ryan who called me up to join in the festivities, I had the opportunity to catch this group live at KL Live!
|Far East Movement in KL Live!|
Saturday 3 December 2011
10pm - 2am
Reaching KL Live just before midnight, I found out I was just in time to catch the appearance of Far East Movement's concert. Now why would anybody want to come earlier? Anyway, outside the dance floor, we were greeted by the beautiful promoters ladies who helped to capture a polaroid photo of us on the spot.
|These ladies were holding polaroid cameras to capture instant photographs of us|
|A rather blurred polaroid instant photo of me and Junfook|
|It was jam packed with humans all ready to jam with Far East Movement|
The concert kicked off with booming bass and loud music from Far East Movement which got everyone crazy. When I said crazy, it's like you hear screams all round me, which kind of reminded me of the last concert I went to this year which was MTV Worldstage. When Far East Movement appeared, the crowd literally went wild.
|That's me and Ryan all ready to go wild|
Since I was standing pretty close to the stage, I could virtually feel the energy coming from Far East Movement. Jumping around the stage to their electro hop music, it was enough to get the crowd dancing along. Check out some of the photos I managed to capture of Far East Movement last night.
|#1 Kev Nish making his entrance together with his crew|
|#2 Kev Nish without his glasses|
|#3 Here we see J-Splif and Kev Nish with his guitar|
|#4 Kev Nish taking a sip of water, which he actually passed to some adoring fans|
|#5 Like A G6|
|#6 Kev Nish with Prohgress, with DJ Virman at the back spinning the music|
|#7 Prohgress and Kev Nish doing their thing|
|#8 Far East Movement in action|
Overall it was all good, and I would think a lot of Far East Movement's fans were extremely happy that night. As for me, I was just glad to soak in the atmosphere and the experience of seeing a really famous group performing before my eyes even though I'm not a really big fan. Far East Movement did a really good job keeping the crowd entertained throughout the night.
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