Anugerah Planet Muzik is back for its 16th edition

Anugerah Planet Muzik (APM 2017) is here again for the 16th edition celebrating the best in the Malay music industry in the region. With the highest number of entries this year, the APM deciding committee had the biggest challenge to … Continue reading

Rendy Pandugo wishes to be a star in his own right

Recently, The Fifth Parlour had a chance to chat with Indonesian performer, Rendy Pandugo when he was in Kuala Lumpur for Hitzfm on 19 May, Friday. Organised by Sony Music, Pandugo was part of the live showcase alongside other artistes such … Continue reading

Mohd Shahfiq Crowned Winner of Anugerah 2017

Anugerah 2017, Mengejar Impian (Chase your Dreams) a local Malay talent competition celebrating the best vocal capabilities in Singapore ended it run last Tuesday, 21 March 2017. The 10 weeks of grueling performances started of with auditions held in December 2016 in the eastern … Continue reading

Film Review: Interchange

The annual event celebrating the best in films, Singapore International  Film Festival (SGIFF) launched its opening film at the Marina Bay Sands Singapore. The festival screened 160 films from 52 countries. For this year’s edition, the most voted film will be screened for the second … Continue reading

Finale to the rock trilogy: #RockBro

Mamat Khalid’s third installment of the Malaysian rock comedy premiered exclusively at the Kreta Ayer People’s Theatre earlier this month. The event was organized by the Singapore Malay Film Society, SMFS together with Dlux Entertainment and CMX International. The continual … Continue reading

Growing up Sucks: The Struggles of SonaOne into adulthood

The 27 year old French-Malay rising star, Mikael Adam or better known as SonaOne has recently launched his debut album, Growing Up Sucks. The Fifth Parlour was in Kuala Lumpur to attend the press conference as well as the album launch. … Continue reading

Malaysian Pop Star, Yuna to greet Singapore fans again with ‘Nocturnal’ in February 2014

Malaysian singer-songwriter, Yunalis Mat Zara’ai or better known as Yuna will be back in Singapore for a brand new concert on 24 February 2014 at The Esplanade concert hall. In a remarkably short period of time, Yuna has risen from … Continue reading

Lc9 Showcase in Singapore

LC9’s four days stay in Singapore was filled with a lot of activities. On their day of their arrival, they greeted fan at Bugis Junction for an autograph session. Not only that, they even sang two songs for the fans.

On Saturday, after meeting the media at the press conference, the boys performed at JCube for their die hard fans who bought tickets just to see them upclose.  I love how hyper they are especially when performing “Getting over you”. They even performed a special dance cover of a Chinese song, Bounce which shows a different side of them.

When being asked if they could switch bodies amongst the members, who would they be. King revealed that he would like to be Eden whille Ao want to be Rasa, Jhyo wants to be King, Jun wants to be Ao, Eden wants to be Jun and Rasa wants to be Ao. King also shared that he noticed the fans on Twitter and acknowledge them even though they are not that active on Twitter.

During intervals, fans were invited for a short sing-a-long sesion and Q&A. A lucky Malaysian fan won and was brought up on stage while they perform the ballad, Guilty. She was the envy of everyone as the boys gave their attention to her.

Right after the showcase, fans who bought the photo passes got their picture taken with the boys.  The boys were really sporting as they pose accordingly to their fan’s request. Awww, isn’t that sweet.

Those who did not managed to see them upclose were lucky enough to be able to see them on their television screen. LC9 performed on The Sheng Shiong Show.

If you think their schedule was hectic enough, that was not the end to it. On Sunday, fans who purchased tickets were able to have a high five session with the boys at JCube. The event was also opened to the public which gives them more exposure to new fans who were passing by. The band also performed two songs for the fans during the high five session.

Fans who grabbed the opportunity to eat dinner with the band got their wished on that day. It must be a great experience having dinner with your idols.

In my opinion, the showcase at Jcube is really intimate as fans were able to get upclose and personal with the band.  As a fan myself, I might sound biased but trust me, once you listened to their songs and watched their performances, you will be a fan. You should check out their covers of popular songs from One direction, Justin Bieber, Dynamic Duo, David Guetta and the list goes on. It will blow your mind away!

Thank you East Entertainment for the invitation.It was a great experience meeting the LC9 members.