Give us a Cha Cha beat, boy! While many KL-ites spent hours stuck in traffic last Friday night, we got to party with some of Asia’s hottest rappers!
Held at KL Live, Jay Park (박재범) returned to our shores for the 4th time with his “SEXY 4EVA” tour. This time, he even brought along label mate Woo and H1GHR Music’s Haon.
Before Jay Park made his grand entrance to the stage, Woo wooed (seriously, no pun intented) the crowd with hits such as “119 Remix” and “Hate You”. The “Show Me The Money” star then ended his set with his debut single “We Are”.
After Woo left the stage, Jay Park stepped in and the crowd went wild. The Korean-American rapper started off with “Forget About Tomorrow”, which is then followed by our personal favourites “Me Like Yuh”, “Iffy” and “All I Wanna Do”. He then took us back to his early days with “Abandoned”, “Know Your Name” and “JOAH”.
When Jay Park left the stage to change his clothes (and probably to catch his breath), 19-year-old rapper Haon immediately took over the stage and continued to heighten the atmosphere with “Barcode” and “Boong Boong”.
As soon as Haon finished his set, Jay Park stepped back in and this time, he was joined by local hip hop artiste, Joe Flizzow. Malaysian fans were in for a treat as the duo performed their track, “Twisted Dreams”, for the first time ever!
Twisted Dream เพลงนี้จากบั้ม the road less traveled คือเดือดมากก ชอบเจย์แร็พหนักๆ แบบนี้นะ 🔥🔥🔥 แล้ว flizzow ก็เท่ห์อะ เป็น legend ของมาเลย์ มันส์สุดดด #JAYPARKINKL #SEXY4EVAINKL #JAYPARK #SEXY4EVAWORLDTOUR pic.twitter.com/vd16jLaaI9
— พพ 💕พจบ your 자부심 (@pair_pear) September 29, 2019
But nothing, and we mean nothing, can beat the moment when Jay Park took his shirt off and perform his sexiest track, “Mommae”. Needless to say, the crowd went berserk. It was so surreal to see his bare, chiseled chest (and abs!) grooving to the beats of the song right in front of us. After performing his last song, “Sexy 4 Eva”, the rapper came back with a short “Nothin’ On You” – which swept all the ladies off their feet.
Thank you Jay Park, for bringing K-town to Kuala Lumpur. We totally enjoyed ourselves – even though there’s much more we need to learn about the Korean hip hop scene.
— GOKPOP (@goKPOP_Asia) September 27, 2019
Till next time 😉