About Far East Movement
The Far East Movement are a hip-hop / electronic music collective spawned from LA's city blocks and night club scene, consisting of members DJ Virman, Kev Nish, J-Splif and Prohgress. Since stepping foot in the game and rising to mainstream recognition, they've completed two world tours and recently accompanied LMFAO on their Party Rock Tour as well. Throughout their ten-year career, they've collaborated with Jin, RiFF RAFF, Tyga and many more, also contributing soundscapes to MTV World, MTV's America's Best Dance Crew, FOX's So You Think You Can Dance, ABC's Lincoln Heights, CBS' CSI Miami / NY and HBO's Entourage, as well as the major motion pictures Fast & Furious Tokyo Drift and Finishing The Game. Stay tuned for updates on their career.
- Far East Movement was founded by Kev Nish, James Roh and Jae Choung.
- They were the first Asian act to perform at the Sundance Film Festival’s Music Café Gala.
- There were originally known as Emcees Anonymous.
- Their hit single "Like a G6" peaked at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100 Chart.
- In 2013, they organized a series of performances in L.A.'s Koreatown, called it "Movementality", and donated all proceeds to a youth drug rehabilitation centre.