[COVERAGE] AKMU completes first ever Singapore showcase & teases about upcoming album

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AKMU completes first ever AKMU Studio Singapore showcase

Akdong Musician (AKMU), the sibling duo consisting of Lee Suhyun and Lee Chanhyuk were in town last week. They were in Singapore for their first ever AKMU Studio Singapore showcase, held at Kallang Theatre on 9 December 2016.

The showcase began with How People Move and Every Little Thing from their latest album, SPRING. This was followed by Is It Ramen from their K-pop Star 2 days.

The duo greeted the fans in both Korean and English, also revealing that they are learning different languages for their showcase tour to better communicate with fans.

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With this being their first trip to Singapore, the siblings expressed their excitement to be in this country. They felt like celebrities when they landed in here, with fans greeting them with fanboards. They promised to bring back good memories from Singapore to Korea, while asking everyone to anticipate for their upcoming album!

AKMU performed a slew of fan favourites, such as Don’t Cross Your Legs, Re-Bye, Melted, Officially Missing You and Crescendo. They also covered AKMU renditions of Jason Mraz’s Lucky and Taeyang’s Eyes, Nose, Lips.

During Give Love, AKMU went down to the seats, and Chanhyuk even took a selfie with several lucky fans!

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After the ‘final’ song of the night, 200%, AKMU returned for an encore stage of How To Move and Artificial Grass, successfully ending their first ever showcase in Singapore with fans still wanting more.

Do check out KAvenyou’s exclusive interview with the AKMU siblings on the day before their showcase as well!

For more photos of AKMU’s first ever showcase in Singapore, do visit KAvenyou’s Facebook page:
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KAvenyou will like to thank IME Production for the media invite to cover AKMU Studio in Singapore.

Article by: Zhen Zhen @ KAvenyou
Photography by: Zhen Zhen & Xiaosi @ KAvenyou

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