K-Pop artists perform at HMF 2019 in Dmu

K-Pop artists perform at HMF 2019 in Dmu
Dimapur, Dec 4 | Publish Date: 12/4/2019 12:17:43 PM IST

 The opening act of the K-pop night at Agri Expo, Dimapur on Wednesday night went off with a breathtaking display of a perfected song and dance sequence by MustB. The band had an energetic opening with their debut song “I want you” that had the crowd roused with excitement. This gave way to an individual solo dance and song performances by members of MustB. Finally it was the turn for the solo act Live Yubin who soon had the fans enthusiastically singing along to his guitar tune.

As part of Hornbill Music Festival 2019, the K-pop musical escapade began with a rousing speech from advisor, Labour & Employment, Skill Development & Entrepreneurship, Imnatiba. 

He took the gathering back through the annals of musical history with the 50s 60s and 70s musical artists that held sway over society; of how the advent of technological creations such as radios, television and the internet made it possible for music to diffuse widely among the general populace. He exhorted the music lovers present at the site to remember that musical freedom has come readily only because of the democratic ideals of our Governments in Nagaland and South Korea that are now connecting with each other closely due to the Hallyu wave currently sweeping across Nagaland and the World. 

Imnatiba hoped that the South Korean musicians also remembers and be grateful for the Democratic Government that they have which give them the freedom to chase after their musical dreams. Music, he said, has tremendous power and influence on the emotions hearts and minds of people. Especially for the Korean artists who are being emulated by youngsters everywhere including Nagaland, he said it is their responsibility as artists to propagate the right messages of positivity to their fans and the world.

The night also became one to remember for Live Yubin who had an early birthday celebration with the fans singing the birthday song in Korean for him.

The Naga fans truly showed their appreciation with their knowledge of the songs being performed as they joined the singers. The night ended on a high note with a Hindi song called ‘Vaste’ by MustB! For any K-pop fan, it was an immensely a successful night. 

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