'Double Happiness': Date, how to watch, lineup includes GOT7 Jackson and Winner Mino
After their successful ‘Head In The Clouds’ concert in November 2021, 88rising has organized another concert to celebrate the Lunar New Year. The Asian-American record label was founded to promote Asian artists in the West, as well as the Asian diaspora living in the US. They have signed on K-pop idols like GOT7’s Jackson and Chungha, as well as other Asian artists like Rich Brian and Stephanie Poetri.
88rising has also collaborated with the likes of Marvel for the OST album of ‘Shang-Chi’ and Coachella 2022 for the ‘Head In The Clouds Forever’ segment in Indio Valley, California. To celebrate the new year according to the Asian calendars, they are organizing ‘Double Happiness’ which is a virtual music festival that will be live-streamed for free. The lineup of the concert includes several K-pop idols like GOT7’s Jackson, Winner’s Mino, and The Rose’s Woosung. Well, here’s everything we know about the upcoming concert.
Concert date and time
88rising’s ‘Double Happiness’ concert will take place on February 4 at 7 pm PST (February 5 at noon KST).
Where to watch
Adawa: She is a Chinese singer who had participated in the OST of ‘Shang-Chi’.
Alex Porat: She is a Canadian pop singer who embraces her Asian heritage in her songs as she is half-Malaysian.
Audrey Nuna: She is an American R&B singer and had also sung an OST for ‘Shang-Chi’.
GOT7’s Jackson Wang: He has often worked with 88rising and was in their 2019 compilation album ‘Head In The Clouds II’.
Milli: Milli is a Thai rapper who recently went viral for her collab ‘Mirror Mirror’ with Stray Kids’ Changbin.
Winner’s Mino: He recently came back with his third album titled ‘To Infinity’.
Mỹ Anh: She is a pop singer from Vietnam who wants to bring R&B and soul music to the Vietnamese music scene.
Seori: She is a K-R&B singer and has collaborated with the likes of TXT, Giriboy, and Mamamoo’s Moonbyul.
Shayiting El: He collaborated with Adawa on an OST for ‘Shang-Chi’.
Stephanie Poetri: The Indonesian singer’s collab ‘I Love You 3000 II’ with Jackson Wang went viral in South Korea.
Warren Hue: The Indonesian rapper collaborated with Seori on an OST for ‘Shang-Chi’.
The Rose’s Woosung: He released his second solo EP ‘Genre’ in December 2021.
Youngohm: He is a popular rapper and hip-hop artist from Thailand.
Yuzhen: She is a Chinese rapper who has become much loved for fighting Chinese censorship with her songs.
While the ‘Double Happiness’ concert is free for fans to watch online, 88rising is encouraging viewers to donate. Viewers can donate to Asian Mental Health Collective which provides a support system for the Asian community all over the globe and is working in making mental health care easily accessible.