As founder and CEO of 88rising, Sean Miyashiro has become a groundbreaking figure within Asian-American pop-culture. By creating 88rising, the hybrid record label and media company, Miyashrio has stripped away imaginary cultural borders through developing a revolutionary platform for Asian and Asian-American artists to prosper, including viral sensations Joji, Rich Brian, Higher Brothers, and NIKI. Continuing this streak for celebrating Asian talent, Miyashiro has brought 88rising to the airwaves, launching North America’s first all-Asian, multi-genre radio channel ASIA RISING.
Korean-American Dumbfoundead is often revered as one of the United States’ most prominent Asian-American rappers. When he wasn’t releasing albums or relentlessly destroying his opponents in rap battles, Dumbfoundead was employing his quick wit and infectious charisma in nearly every industry imaginable. He has played supporting roles on both the big screen and TV, voiced a character on Cartoon Network’s “Adventure Time,” hosts his very own weekly podcast, and even performs standup comedy — impressive feats for someone who frequently calls himself Dumb.
SOSUPERSAM has cemented herself as a fixture in the international music circuit as a DJ, producer and singer. The Filipina-American made her first foray into the entertainment industry as a professional dancer, eventually going on to release her own original music and founding “143,” a monthly R&B party she has been hosting and DJing in Los Angeles since 2013. As a multi-hyphenate entertainer, SOSUPERSAM has developed an uncanny ability for music discovery and curation, incorporating underground rap, R&B, and future bass within her DJ sets and live performances.
What You'll Hear
Only the best music from all across Asia, from K-Pop, hip-hop, RnB, and more. Curated by 88rising.