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Aziatix - Into (?) ayy~ (K)

August 14, 2011 at 10:08pm on AZIATIX 297 followers

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AZIATIX

AZIATIX

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Aziatix are geared to take America by storm with Nocturnal, their follow up EP to their #4 charting self-titled debut EP on iTunes. The group comprised of Flowsik, Eddie Shin, and Nicky Lee, have been delivering their new breed of Soul meets Pop and Hip-Hop around the globe for years. Their second EP places Aziatix in a whole new realm of music, taking their superstardom to new heights.

Their self-titled debut EP released in early 2011 and quickly escalated to #4 on the iTunes US R&B/Soul Charts. Their followup LP debuted in the Top 10 iTunes US R&B/Soul charts again. The group’s YouTube channel reached the #1 most subscribed to musician channel upon its launch and has amassed over 40,000 Facebook fans in less than 200 days since their launch.

Globally, Aziatix achieved #1 records in Korea, Japan, and Taiwan. Their fanbases span Japan, Chile, Australia, Korea, Singapore, and the Middle East. Reaching #1 on Blastro’s Pop and R&B charts, having been featured in over 20 media publications including, CNN, MTV, HipHopDX, AOL, and Newsweek, and winning Best New Group/Artist at the MNET Asian Music Awards and Blastro Video Music Awards, now it’s time for America to listen.

While Aziatix have been international darlings, the group has roots Stateside. Eddie Shin, an NYU graduate has made a name for himself internationally with his slick R&B vocals. NYC native Flowsik crafts rugged rhymes under the mentorship of Hip-Hop living legend Ice-T. Los Angeles native Nicki Lee won Channel V Best Male Artist 2010.

Together Aziatix fuse essential elements of Pop, Soul, Hip-Hop, R&B, and Rock and meld them into one cohesive sound. As their fanbase grows daily, Aziatix plans to win America over.

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