Soi Music TV

Started in December 2015 but only lasting 2 years, Soi Music TV showcased the best new music from across Asia.  

From rap to folk, independent to major, we quickly built a cult following making mini documentaries  from artists passing through the region and a number of street performance pieces directly to camera.

We produced and directed over 100 videos across China,  Hong Kong, Malaysia, Taiwan, Thailand & Singapore and had specials shot and broadcast from Los Angeles, USA and Brisbane, Australia.

Soi Music TV | Exploring Music In Asia

Young Lex (Indonesia)

Young Lex is a popular rapper and hiphop artist from Indonesia. Soi Music TV caught up with him while he was recently in Singapore for Music Matters 2016. Young Lex drops an acapella of 'Super Swag'!

Younggu (TM303) - Bangkok, Thailand 

Younggu is a rapper from Thai hip hop crew TM303. Watch as he drops a freestyle for Soimusic!  

Gold Panda and Laura Lewis

Gold Panda & Laura Lewis speak to Soimusic about their new photography book "Good Luck And Do Your Best".

Linus Hablot "Just Call" - Singapore | Soi Unplugged

Linus Hablot is a New-York based singer-songwriter that combines his adoration for genres such as neo-soul, blues and indie folk. An interesting blend of such vastly contrasting genres, Linus borrows from his musical influences such as Nick Hakim, Lianne La Havas and Bon Iver and creates his own unique sound that is difficult not to fall in love with. “Just Call” is an unreleased song that will be featured in his upcoming EP to be released in 2017..

C.Crave - "Khmer Rap" Los Angeles, California | Soi USA Special

By fusing the Khmer language with classic hip-hop lyrics, C. Crave throws one punchline after another in energetic delivery. Growing up around Cambodians since a young age, C. Crave leaves no room for doubt when it comes to his deep connection with the Cambodian community.“Khmer Rap”, his brand new ode to the Khmer culture released in early 2016, literally bounces with passion and grit. “I’ma be here forever like the temple in Angkor Wat,” he tells of his drive to establish a longing presence in the music scene.

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