Epik High's Tablo to work on Amazon Studios' series 'Neon Machine'
Rapper Tablo of hip-hop trio Epik High will join forces with Ithaca Holdings' Scooter Braun and Emmy winner Jason Kim for Amazon Studios' comedy series "Neon Machine," the rapper's agency Ours said on Monday.
According to the agency, Tablo recently signed with U.S. content creator Amazon Studios to take part in the production of "Neon Machine," which will be a comedy series based on the K-pop industry telling "the tale of an out-of-left-field K-pop superstar who hits a global chord but might lose it all in the process" according to U.S. magazine Deadline.
The storyline has been inspired by Tablo's own life according to Ours. Tablo worked with Kim for two years to complete the story.
James Shin and Scott Manson from Braun's entertainment production company SB Projects will also take part in the production.
Epik High recently released its 10th full-length album "Epik High Is Here" in January.
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