OJ Law to perform at Vietnam’s LGBT music fest
OJ Law, a critically acclaimed music producer from Malaysia has been chosen to perform at the second annual ASEAN Pride music festival which will be held in Hanoi, Vietnam this Saturday.
The one-day only festival aims to raise awareness on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues and celebrate the diversity of love and sexuality.
OJ Law is known for playing soul-rock-ish music has cited The Cardigans, Stevie Wonder, Marvin Gaye, Michael Jackson, The Beatles, Daft Punk and Radiohead as some of his musical influences.
So far, he has released three albums to date and he recently released a new synth-pop project titled “Let’s be Adult”.
OJ Law will be performing alongside several local performers from Vietnam like Hương Giang Idol – Vietnam’s first transsexual superstar, indie rock bands COCC, Ngot and Blue Mato, as well as American indie rock band, Thao Nguyen & The Get Down Stay Down and Thai female rock band Yellow Fang and more.