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Thai hip hop

Thai hip hop is a hip hop music made in the Thailand. pioneer artists by Joey Boy, and popular hip hop artists of Thailand include Da Jim, Southside, Fukking Hero, Sing Neua Seua Tai, and Thaitanium.[1]

History

In early 1990s Thai hip hop is origins by pop/dance artists include Jetrin Wattanasin in album Jor-Ae-Bor (จ เ-ะ บ), and Touch Na Takuathung in album Touch Thunder (ทัช ธันเดอร์), the album mixed dance-pop with rap, also artists such as Raptor a duo consisting of Louis Scott and Joni Anwar mixed dance-pop with rap, and some success in song "Superhero" (ซูเปอร์ฮีโร่) from album Raptor (แร็พเตอร์). later, Joey Boy was signed to Bakery Music, which became a success in his debut album, Joey Boy. in 2001 GMM Grammy it launched the hip hop artists are Da Jim, which became a success in album Rap Thai (แร็พไทย). A currently popular Thai hip hop singer was Fukking Hero, who released the songs "Good Night" (ราตรีสวัสดิ์), These songs are still popular.

Thai hip hop labels include N.Y.U. Club, and Joey Boy's Gancore Club.

See also

References

  1. ^ "Thaitanium releases sixth album: "Still Resisting" | CNN Travel". Travel.cnn.com. 2010-06-11. Retrieved 2014-02-25. 
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