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Far*East Movement flying up the charts with "Rocketeer" + release LA Dreamer Short Film

By    Tuesday, February 1, 2011   3,779   0   0
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Electro hop and electronic dance rap quartet Far*East Movement enjoyed the view from the top of the Billboard Charts in 2010 with their hit single "Like a G6." Now, they have another hit on their hands. In November of 2010, they released the MV for "Rocketeer" featuring the smooth vocals of Ryan Tedder of One Republic. Like the song's namesake, the track is blasting off on the various music charts, climbing the iTunes chart at #5 and the Billboard Hot 100 at #16. In addition, their Free Wired album recently hit #1 on Yahoo! Japan. In addition, they recently released the LA Dreamer Short Film of the MV: With their current success with "Rocketeer," the boys have been quite busy as of late recently rapping up a trip to Tokyo. You can read more about their trip on their official website, http://www.fareastmovement.com/ Far*East Movement is also scheduled to go on tour with Rihanna down under in Australia and New Zealand in late February and early March. Before that happens, they're scheduled to put on a full concert show for SoCal with B.O.B. at Club Nokia at LA Live on February 12th. For ticket and more information on this show, check out Ticketmaster. They did some big things in 2010 and it looks like 2011 is going to be even bigger. Remember to support them by purchasing their album "Free Wired".

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