We would like to thank MTV Asia for having Japanese band SEKAI NO OWARI for this year's MTV World Stage Malaysia 2015.
When KPOP started to heat up its wave in Malaysia, MTV World Stage has started to include KPOP line up. We are delighted that now MTV has included Japanese Artists as their line-up to WORLD STAGE Malaysia, this is another remark that the J-music wave is finally heating up its small fire. We hope you J-music fans & J-culture fans will support all the Japanese related events to hype up the wave and together, spread the J-wave with us.
“We are thrilled to take part in the MTV World Stage. Our sounds are unique and we look forward to meeting our fans in Malaysia and are excited to see the reaction from the rest of the audience. So come join us at MTV World Stage Malaysia… it’s going to be a spectacular show in Kuala Lumpur!” – SEKAI NO OWARI
Check out SEKAI NO OWARI’s greeting :
SEKAI NO OWARI means ‘end of the world’. Armed with an unusual name matching their unique sounds which leave a lasting impression both visually and musically, SEKAI NO OWARI is currently one of the most popular and skilled creative groups in Japan. Comprised of four members: sound producer, lead guitarist and band leader, Nakajin; lead vocal and concept maker, Fukase; stage producer and pianist, Saori; and DJ LOVE, the clown masked DJ in charge of sounds choice and comedic talk, SEKAI NO OWARI is ready to take their originality to music fans in Southeast Asia for the first time.
MTV World Stage Malaysia 2015 is featuring Jason Derulo, Carly Rae Jepsen, Apink 에이핑크 and SEKAI NO OWARI.
MTV World Stage Malaysia 2015 is presented by Sunway and supported by Tourism Malaysia. In Malaysia, it is ignited by Xpax, brought to you by Brickfields Asia College, Watsons Malaysia, supported by local broadcast partner, Astro, radio partners hitz fm, ERA fm and MY FM, with media partners Big Tree Outdoor, Cleo, EH!, Hype Malaysia, Selebriti Online, TimeOut KL and YG magazine.
The show will premiere on MTV in Asia on Saturday, 26 September at 1.30pm (TH/WIB), 2.30pm (PH/SG) and 3.30pm (MY), Saturday, 10 October at 9pm (JP) and Sunday, 11 October at 12am (KR).
We hope this will also link to the next stage to the J-wave!