Yoon Mi Rae, and other Female K-Rappers in a collage of their rapping. Many of the Rap Contests are nationally televised. If one sees and studies carefully, you can see that many Black-Korean mixed rappers and hip-hop artists will carve out some of the few options available for mixed-race and … Continue Reading Yoon Mi Rae and Female K-Rap
Tasha – or Yoon Mi Rae in Korea, alternatively known as “T-Tasha”— is definitely South Korea’s greatest Hip-Hop/Rap/R&B or more accurately: K-R&B artist. Her heritage is African-American/Korean, and is in my other posts and the purpose of this whole blog site, her experiences growing up in Korea were full of … Continue Reading T-Tasha / Yoon-Mi-Rae : Korean Rap/Hip-Hop/R&B QUEEN
Young Black-Korean Pop singer Michelle Lee 이미쉘 that I introduced to you with her stunning debut music video of Without You, which boldly speaks back to racism against her, is shown here with a recent Acoustic Version of the same song, and sung in English. One may not notice, but in … Continue Reading Black-Korean Michelle Lee 이미쉘 – Without You – Acoustic Version – Interracial Relations
Mixed race? Biracial? Multiracial? Isn’t that a problem for you? Wasn’t it confusing? Hard?
“The Marginalization of Afro-Asians in East Asia: Globalization and the Creation of Subculture and Hybrid Identity” by Sierra Reicheneker from Global Tides: Pepperdine Journal of International Studies