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Free Wired

Far East Movement

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AZN

if you are azn then you have to buy this album! SUPPORT THE AZN INVASION! plus this album is pretty good as well :P!

far east stay far away

I can't believe people like this song please stay far away from with this song not like a G6!

Original and great!

Far East Movement combines a great variety of sounds to make Free Wired a very entertaining album! The songs are original, the beats catchy and the collaborations well chosen! The themes aren't anything new, but that's no big deal. Their music makes you wanna dance, and that's all that matters! My favourite track is, by far, White Flag. This song is incredible. So catchy! So soft and yet rhythmic at the same time! Perfect production.

Biography

Formed: 2003 in Los Angeles, CA

Genre: Dance

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Electronic pop-rap group Far East Movement made their major-label debut in 2010. Founded in 2003, the group was originally a trio comprised of high-school companions Kev Nish (born Kevin Nishimura), Prohgress (James Roh), and J-Splif, all of whom had grown up in downtown Los Angeles. DJ Virman joined the lineup a few years later. Far East Movement made their recording debut with the Audio-Bio mixtape in 2005, followed by a full-length album, Folk Music, in 2006. The band's big break arrived that...
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