Far East Movement share ‘Bang It To The Curb’ video

By on November 13, 2014
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Today, Far East Movement debut the official music video to fan favorite “Bang It To The Curb” from their mini-album KTown Riot released on Cherrytree/Interscope Records. Directed by Jay Ahn from Transparent Agency, the video also features Parisian hip-hop dancers Les Twins.

The KTown Riot mini-album is a homage to their hometown and is inspired by the group’s experiences in the Korea-town community. The mini-album features a number of Far East Movement’s standout collaborations. Fan favorite “The Illest,” has been remixed with chart-topping Grammy nominated TDE rapper Schoolboy Q. EDM influenced club-banger “Grimey Thirsty” enlisted the production of Rell The Soundbender and a verse by Compton’s YG. Electro house DJ and producer Sidney Samson collaborates with the group to cook up the genre blending bass heater “Bang It To The Curb.”


Check out their new psychedelic electro-hip hop song “Level (Palm Trees)” with house duo La’Reda on Vevo HERE.



  1. The Illest ft. Schoolboy Q
  2. Bang It To The Curb ft. Sidney Samson
  3. Grimey Thirsty ft. YG & Rell The Soundbender
  4. Level (Palm Trees) ft. Le’Reda & Sha Sha Jones
  5. Melody ft. Play-N-Skillz & Fingazz
  6. Up To No Good ft. Adrian Delgado





Author: DaveHHM

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