Instagram poetry meets R&B, comedy meets K-pop, American politics meets neo-soul - I'd say this afternoon calls for a break from baking Banana Bread; this livestream will definitely be worth your time.
If Gluestick this weekend isn't enough for the festival-goer in you, the party continues next weekend with IDENTITY: Project Blue Marble, an 8-hour long concert with a remarkable list of regional artists and guest appearances by some much-anticipated names. Vibe along to the chill tunes of Yuna, Agnez Mo, Alextbh, MILCK and Phum Viphurit, and get your dose of adrenaline rush with James Reid, Jay Park, Hyolyn, Raja Kumari, Shawn Wasabi, Dumbfoundead, P-Lo, Miyavi, and more. Hip-hop group Far East Movement will also be debuting their new track, 'We Are The Truth'.
To top it off, poet Rupi Kaur, Fast & Furious star Sung Kang, former presidential candidate Andrew Yang, actress Kelly Hu, The Daily Show regular Ronny Chieng, and basketball star Jeremy Lin are some special guests you can expect. As the Project Blue Marble is a fundraiser to aid in United Way Worldwide's COVID-19 fund, the event is more than just any livestream concert.
In conjunction with the Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, Project Blue Marble seeks to "unite Asian artists and leaders from around the world for the fight against COVID-19 and the xenophobia affecting Asian communities," said Kevin Nishimura, co-CEO of Transparent Arts.
Tune in to Project Blue Marble on Amazon Music's Twitch channel on 31 May (5 am PH/SG/MY Standard Time, 4 am TH/ID Standard Time).