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88rising to showcase an all-star Asian lineup at Coachella

88rising, the pioneering music and media company known for cultivating Asian talent, will be showcasing several Asian artists at the 2024 Coachella Festival with “88rising Futures.”

“88rising Futures” will feature at Coachella this Sunday, April 14th. According to Uproxx, the new artists performing in 88rising Futures’s lineup include J-pop groups Yoasobi, Atarashi Gakko!,and Number_i, Japanese hip-hop artist Awich, Korean-American rapper Tiger JK, Chinese pop star Xin Lu, and Korean rapper Yoonmirae. In addition, Atarashii Gakko! and Yoasobi will be having their individual sets as well.

This is the second time 88rising has curated a lineup of Asian performers for Coachella, the first being in 2022 with their Head in the Clouds Forever feature. There, the artists who performed in Indio included the some of label’s cornerstone artists such as Rich Brian, NIKI, and Jackson Wang, Korean girl group 2NE1, Korean rapper CL, and J-pop artist Hikaru Utada.

Many of the artists who are set to perform in Indio, have expressed excitement and gratitude for this opportunity.

“I am thrilled to be part of this big journey standing as an artist from China to perform at Coachella as my first international stage performance. Can’t wait to share my music and passion on the world stage,” Xin Lu said per Clash Music.

Atarashii Gakko! are excited to represent Japan.

“We are so proud to be able to represent Japanese culture at the most prestigious festival in the U.S. We have prepared a special performance that transcends language barriers and is exclusive to Coachella. We will make sure to have the most fun as a representative of Japan’s youth scene!” said Atarashii Gakko! Per Clash Music.

The whole show is set to live-streamed from Coachella’s website staring this Friday, April 12th.

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