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Joining the ranks of the stellar international artists are Yuna (“Crush”, “Rescue”), the Malaysian R&B and indie-pop heartthrob who jumped to fame when her track “Rocket” received raving reviews on Billboard, 88rising’s Joji (“SLOW DANCING IN THE DARK”, “YEAH RIGHT”), the first Asian-born artist to climb to No. 1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart with his album “Ballads 1”, and BAYNK (“Come Home”, “What You Need”), a Kiwi engineering graduate turned HypeMachine-charting producer and multi-instrumentalist.

Rounding up the local acts are SonaOne (“No More”, “OBVIOUS”), the French-Malaysian rapper best known for his collaboration with Joe Flizzow on “Havoc”, Kugiran Masdo (“Bunga”, “Bercanda Di Malam Indah”), a 60s pop-inspired band, experimental pop band Lust (“U I Adore”, “Desire”), LapSap, a day-glo mash of New York and London micro-clubs mixed through a Tokyo filter, DJ Aku Ash, Bad Habits — Kuala Lumpur’s newest indie-rock-anything-goes collaboration by Bunga (“Twilight Actiongirl”) and Robotron 5000 (“Indiego”, “DANGERDISKO”), and Lil Asian Thiccie. This year’s festival will also feature a showcase by local music collective, Hoax Vision and surprise local guest artists over the fun-filled weekend.

Good Vibes Festival 2019 is also proud to announce the Maybank e-wallet MAE as the Official E-Wallet Partner. #GVF2019 is also supported by U Mobile as the Official Telco, Netflix as an Official Partner, Nestlé’s La Cremeria as the Official Ice Cream Partner, Nestlé’s Sjora as the Official Juice Drink, Rimmel as the Official Makeup Partner, H&M as the Official Fashion Partner, Passionation as the Official Influencer Platform, Resorts World Genting as the Official Venue, MTV Asia as the Official Music Channel, and Fly FM as the Official Radio Partner. Media partners include World of Buzz, Likely, Cleo Malaysia, and BEC Tero Radio (Thailand).


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Gabriel

Introvert, wanderer, blogger, foodie, a hip-hop music writer, and one of the co-founders of a tech start-up company called GigsManila.