South Korean OG Rap Group Epik High Wraps Up Asia Pacific Tour in Jakarta

- 19 July 2022 09:51 WIB
Epik High in concert. CK Star Entertainment
Epik High in concert. CK Star Entertainment

JAKARTADAILY.ID – One of South Korea's OG hip-hop groups Epik High recently wrapped up their Asia Pacific tour "Epik High Is Here" in Jakarta, on Saturday, July 16, 2022.

The rap trio consisting of Tablo, Mithra Jin, and DJ Tukutz performed at The Kasablanka in South Jakarta, after visiting Singapore, Melbourne, Sydney, and Bangkok on their tour. 

"Indonesia is the closing country for the Epik High Is Here Asia Pacific. You guys know the saying 'save the best for last,' right?" said Epik High frontman Tablo, firing up the crowd. 

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The group opened the concert with the smooth synths and kicks from "Here" and "Prequel," the first two tracks on their latest album "Epik High Is Here." 

"Fly" came third on their set, which was originally released 16 years ago, a classic hit from their discography. 

After getting properly warmed up, the three personnel of Epik High introduced themselves. They were exceedingly charming and clearly knew how to work a crowd from their decades of performing around the world. 

"Jakarta always welcomes us with warmth every time we come here. It's like visiting a second home because this is the first place I grew up," said Tablo to the crowd. 

This was not the first time Tablo had been in Indonesia, as the frontman had previously lived in Jakarta during his childhood for around three years. 

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Next, the band played their hits such as "Face ID," "Burj Khalifa," and "Rosario," and proceeded to bring the house down as the crowd went wild. 

"We know that not everyone will be heroes. We know that not everyone will get what they want. But remember; you are all unique," Tablo said right before they performed "Super Rare."

"We hope we can come here more often because we're family. We wanna see you guys every six months, or at least once a year. And when families gather, they take photos together," said Tablo right before taking a photo with the crowd. 

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