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Tiger JK encourages everyone to take part in newest project

Musicians of Feel Ghood Music, from left, Bizzy, Yoon Mi-rae and Tiger JK. [FEEL GHOOD MUSIC]

Musicians of Feel Ghood Music, from left, Bizzy, Yoon Mi-rae and Tiger JK. [FEEL GHOOD MUSIC]

 
 
Rapper and producer Tiger JK will launch a new music project that is open for anyone to take part in. 
 
According to his agency Feel Ghood Music, Tiger JK's new project titled "Feel Ghood Jams" will begin at the end of this month, and any artist of any genre or subject from anywhere is encouraged to collaborate with him. 
 
"Tiger JK is collecting text, videos, pictures and photographs from fans all over the world, which he will use as material for his project," the agency said. 
 
The project will also allow already established musicians to show off new styles, starting with Tiger JK's new track "kiss kiss bang bang" on Tuesday, as well as other Feel Ghood Music artists such as Yoon Mi-rae, Bizzy and Bibi. 
 
The new tracks will be different not only in the genre of the musicians' usual style, but will also bring down the borders in the way that artists usually collaborate with others, according to the agency. 
 
To prove that the project is all about venturing into new genres, "kiss kiss bang bang" will be an emotional, soul track — far from Tiger JK's iconic, powerful hip-hop records.
 
The details of how fans and other musicians can collaborate will be revealed on Tuesday along with Tiger JK's new track. 
 
Any profits from the project will be donated to institutions fighting against the coronavirus. 
 
BY YOON SO-YEON   [yoon.soyeon@joongang.co.kr] 

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