At the end of the night, BTS walked away with five awards: Artist of the Year, Album of the Year, MWave Global Fan’s Choice, Best Asian Style on the Red Carpet, and Tik Tok Best Music Video.
How I Imagine Snow is the second EP from Hong Kong Producer and DJ Zimo, following 2017’s Our Memories, and the single he dropped this summer, Memory Chamber. The trance record may only contain three tracks, but it still manages to show an interesting range of sound and colours.
On Day6’s mini-album Remember Us: Youth Part 2, the K-pop five-piece deliver a range of styles, but only pull it off half the time.
From the classroom to the stage, the bandmates tell us how they survived graduating from high school, and facing the realities of growing up.
One 16-year-old West Island School student doesn’t simply love music – he practically lives and breathes it.
Tickets for the Hong Kong leg of the pop prince's seven-city Asia tour in May go on sale on December 21.
The South Korean seven-piece recived a nod - but not for their incredibly popular music, which has soared up the charts around the world.
The South Korean band's world tour is the music event Hong Kong fans have been waiting for all year.
Clean Bandit made a name for themselves with their 2014 debut New Eyes, merging violins with boppy keyboard chords, and high-profile guest artists. Four years later, they’re at it again, quite literally producing the same sounds on their second album What Is Love?
Pop-rock four-piece The 1975’s third album, A Brief Inquiry Into Online Relationships, is the first in their new “era” of music.
They may look too cool for school, but many of their songs are influenced by social problems, and a desire to make a difference.