Jessi rocked the stage on 16th November in London for the very first time. The queen proved why she is such a star, holding down her own and saying it was amazing is an understatement. From her cheeky smile to the positive vibes she was PREACHING at her show, the whole theme was love. Love from the fans and Love from her just radiated.
Yes, You have read this correctly. If you are located in Europe or in the area then here is your chance to win 2 VIP tickets to any Jessi European show this month! (Yasss I got you boo). Where my Jebbies at?
Halo graced the London stage on Sunday 11th March in a small but intimate show that delighted fans. Despite being a relatively small group, they boast a strong legion of fans who love and support them.
Guys. It finally happened. Jay Park finally returned to London after 5 years! Joined by the talented Hoody, Sik K and DJ Wegun, this show was absolutely amazing. We could go on and on and on about this show but we gathered that you do not want to read a five page essay on how lit it was so here is some highlights from the evening.
This is a very different post from the others, but I feel like I have to keep it real with you all. For all the fans and the artists themselves, we are all fuming. When bad organisation is turned to the max, it has a knock on effect that doesn’t affect the promoter but the fans. So, Kpop Knight, this is an open letter to you.