SKULL & HAHA (aka Haroro, Running Man) First Singapore Fan Meet

 

Korean music duo Skull and HaHa will be in Singapore for the first time on July 20 to meet fans up close and personal.

The German-born South Korean,HaHa (a.k.a Haroro) is a multi-hypenate talent, wearing the hats of reggae recording artist, actor, presener and stand-up comedian with ease.

In 2007, he released his single album ‘You’re My Destiny.’ The single reached number one on the Gaon Chart, South Korea’s national record chart, similar to the US Billboard charts.

Since 2010, HaHa has starred in the immensely popular variety showRunning Man’. He was lauded with the “Best Entertainer Award” at the 2011 SBS Entertainment Awards for his outstanding performance on ‘Running Man.’ He wowed the audience with the performance of his single, ‘Rosa’, at the award ceremony.

Most recently, HaHa is the face of this summer’sCOKE’s campaign that launched in May in Korea. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vTLpyGf3cFY, http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h1SMv9W74U8. He was also host for NIKE She Runs Seoul marathon and performed with Skull as a duo at the event. In addition, HaHa was in PSY’s latest “Mother Father Gentlemen” music video, playing three different characters.

HaHa also acted in the following movies and dramas:

Holy Daddy (2006)

Who Slept with Her?

My Boss, My Teacher (2006)

Love in Magic (2005)

HaHa’s musical partner,

Skull, is a culture-fusing phenomenon. The South Korean has been making waves in the US market, especially among Urban and Caribbean audiences, by singing in own unique interpretation of a Jamaican patois.

The release of his first single, ‘

Boom Di Boom Di’ and accompanying 3-D animated video were well-received in the US.

In the US, Skull is signed under Morgan Carey, Mariah Carey’s brother. His new single will be released August 14th and promises to be an intriguing aural journey, with renowned DJ and honorary Beastie Boys member, Mix Master Mike lending a hand in its production.

Skull has declared his commitment to Environmental and Social activism and is determined to leave his footprint on Mother Earth by using Pop Culture and music as means towards that end. Skull wrote “Don’t Walk Away” as a tribute to victims of tsunami and an English number “Cry Die” as an attack on the scourge of chemtrails.

The two musicians collaborated in the album ‘Busan Vacance,’ released in July 2012. Their latest single, ‘Rappa Muffin’ is released today.

Making a guest appearance for Skull & HaHa isDJ IT (Lee Kwang Seuk) who has a wealth of experience working with heavy weights in the Korean music industry, including Lee Hyori, YG Family, RAIN, Big Bang, DJ DOC, Dynamic Duo, and many others.

FAN MEET DETAILS:

RUNNING MAN HaHa + Reggae Skull First Singapore Fan Meet

Date: Saturday, 20 July 2013

Venue: Zouk, 17 Jiak Kim Road, Singapore 169420. Tel: 6738 2988

Time: 7pm (door opens at 6pm)

Cat 1 ticket holders to arrive at 5 pm at Zouk for an autograph & photo-taking session.

Free Standing Event

Pricing:

Cat 1: $128 : includes autograph, photo-taking, poster, priority entry                    (Event day: $138) – Limited numbers only.

Cat 2: $88 : General admission

(Event day: $98)-Family package A: $300 : admission for 2 adults and 2 kids from age 7- 12. Package includes 2 posters / autograph for 2 members / group photo-taking / priority entry.Limited numbers only.

Family package B: $230 : general admission for 2 adults and 2 kids from age 7-12

*Family packages are NOT available on event day.

Tickets from EventClique

 : https://tickets.eventclique.com/leapims/Online/default.asp

Tel: +65 6602 9900 (Mon – Sat: 10am to 6pm. Sun: 12pm to 6pm)

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