Time for some updates on what i have done recently!
Had the great pleasure to be invited to Hurricane Festival in Germany and watch some great acts! Just to name a few, Blink182, Noel Gallagher, The Cure, Wolfmother, The Mars Volta and many many more!
For that i would like to thank the guys from FKP for having me, Moe, RahulOBS and Adam from Livescape there! It was truly a great adventure being there and experiencing the hospitality and living in a Caravan for 4 days!
Before i went to germany i did a string of Shows and was features in magazines and Newpapers, namely Esquire magazine and the Star Newspaper.
Here some pictures from those events and at the bottom the Article from the Star.
Stay tuned for more…
Prema to release multilingual album
KUALA LUMPUR: Singer Prema Yin attracts attention for her songs as well as her looks.
Speaking fluent Bahasa Malaysia, Prema is often mistaken for a Malay until she starts speaking in Hokkien.
People also tend to venture a guess before asking if she is of Indian-Chinese parentage – to which she always proclaims: “I am Malaysian.”
Now, the award-winning songstress is aiming to further boost her all-Malaysian image by releasing her first full-length album which will see her belting out songs in English, Bahasa Malaysia, Chinese and Tamil.
The album is expected to be released by the end of this year.
Prema has come a long way since winning the nationwide Who Will Win Malaysia’s Topstar singing competition in 2004.
After garnering countless AIM (Anugerah Industri Musik) the country’s top music awards and Vima (Voice Independent Music Awards) nominations over the past few years, the 26-year-old took home this year’s Best Overall Female Act during the Vima music awards in February.
However, fame comes with a price as some have criticised her for using sex appeal to sell her 2011 hit single Marilah.
In the Marilah music video, which has attracted almost 600,000 hits on YouTube, Prema, clad in sexy lingerie, is seen in various “steamy” scenes with hunky actor Shah Jaszle.
Assuring fans that it was all for the cameras, Prema said: “I was just acting based on the storyline for the video. In real life, I’m a completely different person.
“I didn’t expect the video to create such a controversy. I was taken aback, honestly.
“Thanks to my fans who continued to support me with their words of encouragement, I decided to brush it aside and carry on with life,” said Prema, whose brothers are former national hockey players Keevan and Logan Raj.