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Q&A: David Choi

Q&A: David Choi

David Choi is a Korean-American musician who launched his career on YouTube. He landed on YouTube’s homepage in 2006 with “Youtube, A Love Song.” He performed at UF’s Asian Kaleidoscope Month opening ceremony. Sparks: What made you decide to pursue music? How did you develop your specific sound? David Choi:

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Filharmonic: Vocalizing Their Culture & New Fame

Filharmonic went from being a beginner acappella group formed from the reality show The Sing-Off, to an international touring band of friends who’ve cameoed in the hit comedy movie Pitch Perfect 2. Over the past two years, the Filipino American collective gained fame, recognition and brotherly closeness as they further their career. Sparks Magazine had

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David Choi visits UCF for annual APAC Assembly

David Choi visits UCF for annual APAC Assembly

YouTube-famous musician David Choi performed at the Asian Pacific American Coalition Assembly on Sept. 12, and two of Sparks’s writers had the opportunity to sit down and chat with him. Choi shared why he likes Florida, expressed his thoughts on Asian American representation and dishes on what he’s currently listening to.

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  • 6 Underrated Asian-American YouTube Singers
  • 6 Underrated Asian-American YouTube Singers
  • 6 Underrated Asian-American YouTube Singers

6 Underrated Asian-American YouTube Singers

YouTube is arguably the most powerful platform for upcoming musicians to showcase their talent. The video hub turned aspiring musicians into internet sensations without the help of TV or the radio, especially in the Asian-American community. The truth is that compared to most web stars, a lot of talented artists

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Video: Rock & Roll in China

Video: Rock & Roll in China

Jonathan Campbell, a musician who worked in China for 10 years, visits the UF campus to tell his story about his immersion in the Rock & Roll Scene in China.

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