Japan’s Rude-α and ¥uk-B, the Philippines’ Alisson Shore and Waiian, and Indonesia’s Tanayu team up for collaborative music project for FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023

The five artists will be part of a special live collaboration that will take place in three cities across Asia

L-R: Rude-α (JP), Alisson Shore (PH), and Waiian (PH)

Japanese hip-hop acts Rude-α and ¥uk-B links up with Filipino rappers Alisson Shore and Waiian and Indonesian singer-songwriter Tanayu for “Our New Songlines 2023,” a multi-disciplinary effort that brings together like-minded artists from the Asian region in their bid towards “weaving new music, using their imagination as a source of inspiration, while searching for a way to hope for the future.”

The newly minted collective is set to perform at the Music Town Oto-Ichiba in Koza, Japan on August 26, 2023, as part of FIBA Basketball World Cup 2023’s series of sideshows in three key cities co-hosting the tournament: Manila (the Philippines), Jakarta (Indonesia), and Koza (Japan).

L-R: Tanayu (ID) and ¥uk-B (JP)

Aside from the individual and collaborative performances, the participating acts are currently working on a new song that reflects the vision and theme of Songlines—the invisible paths that have been passed down among the indigenous Aboriginal people of Australia as a guide towards one’s journey into the new world. 

The official statement shares, “These five artists will create and present their works with the keywords of ‘change’ in a new era, ‘hope’ for tomorrow, and ‘mutual understanding’ in a land of different cultures and values. In August, Koza, Manila, and Jakarta will host the Basketball World Cup. The enthusiasm of the three cities through sports will be converted into the form of music and transmitted to the world from Music Town Oto-Ichiba.”

The music project is presented by Okinawa City and Music Town Oto-Ichiba in partnership with Music Lane Okinawa, The Rest Is Noise PH, and SRM Bookings and Services. 

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