10 July 2016

EVENT - KOHH IN LONDON SHOW & ALBUM LAUNCH


Hey Guys!
I recently went to see the amazing Kohh. Everyone on social media is crying about their edges being snatched by Bey and Rih and I'm here trying to re evaluate my life after seeing Kohh.
A while back, a very good friend of mine tagged me in a video of the song, IT G MA by Keith Ape, featuring JayAllday, Loota, Okasian and Kohh. That's how my love for Japanese Hip hop/Trap begun and finding out Kohh was performing in London for the first time was probably the best thing that could happen to me all year!

I turned up to his show alone and I still had the time of my life! Made so many friends who are obviously fans of Kohh, considering none of my friends are. House of Pharaohs played their set for about 3 hours and that was my first time even hearing about them but I've become a big fan of theirs too. Kohh finally came on stage.I screamed my guts out of course. It was a beautiful experience. Threw my camera in the crowd twice, my face was soaking wet with alcohol and water which wasn't mine but I still made it out alive lol. Overall, it was LIT. 

Two days later he held his album launch party at Hoxton Gallery and guess who was there? That's right. Me! Ended up going with a fan I met on twitter. The atmosphere and vibes were really chill. Free drinks. Snacks. We could customise printed out photos of the cover of his 3rd album, DIRT II with marker pens made available and also had the chance to stick them all over walls.
No one thought Kohh was going to turn up as he had been in Paris the day before performing. Few hours later, there he was, in the midst of us, drinking and vibing to his own music. He also ended up performing....RIGHT IN FRONT OF ME. Then....He jumped. In front of me. I lost it guys. I screamed for at least 5 seconds before snapping out of it. Ended up dancing with him too. Never in a million years did I think I'd see IT G MA performed live twice, in the space of days. 
Being a fan of Kohh and Asian rap made me realise that anyone could enjoy or vibe with music. It doesn't matter if the person sings or raps in a language you don't speak. As long as you vibe with it, that's enough.

Shoutout to my manager for letting me leave work an hour early to make all these memories.

Love, Rie











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