Far East Movement

1st Asian American Group to Top the Billboard Music Charts

Far East Movement has always had dance music in their DNA; their early breakout hit “Like a G6” established the LA trio as a major dance powerhouse around the world, making them the first Asian American group to top the Billboard Music Charts in history. Since then, their ever-growing catalog of music has been supported by celebrated artists such as Skrillex, Diplo, and Afrojack. They have also performed at some of the most prestigious festivals like Ultra Music Festival and Electric Daisy Carnival, continually showcasing FM as one of the most exciting touring acts in dance music.

The group has stayed busy this year with a slew of collaborations on major labels such as Ministry of Sound, DimMak, and Ultra. Their current collaboration “Break Yourself” with Hook N Sling is a staple on video channels of all formats so much that Pusha T has just joined the fray on the official remix.

Their project “Cool Water” with producer Autolaser gained major support from dance blog ThisSongisSick.com and was featured as the first song on their Soundcloud page for weeks. FM has also expanded their scope by managing six artists under their company Transparent Agency who have had releases on OWSLA, Armada, and Dim Mak themselves. They also just opened up a new joint label with Trap City, the largest Trap Channel in the world (over 2 million subscribers), named BredNButter with a myriad of releases slated to start at the end of the year. Throughout it all, Far East Movement still loves to make their own music and are hard at work on their next full length release slated for later this year.