Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Korean singer Bobby Kim to make Japanese debut

Korean R&B singer Bobby Kim will expand his singing career into Japan, starting by holding a concert in the country next month, according to his agency Oscar Entertainment on Monday.

Oscar said Kim is scheduled to hold a solo concert for his Japanese fans on March 28 at the famed Billboard Live club in Osaka.

The Billboard Live is where world-renowned musician Bobby Brown gave his live performance last year, as well as the venue for upcoming shows by Grammy award-winning jazz vocalist Dianne Reeves and U.S. R&B pioneers Kool & The Gang.

"I'm thrilled to be performing on the same stage as Bobby Brown, Dianne Reeves and Kool & The Gang. I will prepare the best show possible for my fans in Japan," Kim was quoted as saying.

Kim first appeared on the Korean music scene as a rapper of hip-hop group Buga Kingz in 1999. He took up singing later on into his career however, releasing two solo albums which have produced several hits.

The soul singer is currently preparing for a nationwide tour which will begin on March 12 at the Seoul KEPCO Art Center.



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