AmPm, a musician from Japan collaborates with a Taiwanese musician.
REPUBLIKA.CO.ID, JAKARTA — Creativity has no limits, be it time or distance. The proof is that musicians across countries can collaborate with each other. This is evidenced by AmPm, a Japanese masked producer duo who collaborated with singer from Taiwan, Kimberley Chen.
Their joint work has been released to the public starting Monday, May 17, 2021. “Afterglow” is a relaxing summer song with a refreshing dance pop melody. The lyrics of the song contain the theme of a message full of love for someone special.
The launch of the song is not only through platform digital music such as Spotify and Joox), a music video is also circulated through AmPm’s Youtube account. The video displays animations with visuals according to the nuances of the song
It harmonizes with the relaxed tempo of the song as well as the theme of the song’s lyrics, which shows the joy of a girl preparing for a performance to meet her lover. In the clip, hidden illustrations and symbols of AmPm are inserted.
“This is the first time we’ve made a full-length animated video, we hope you’ll enjoy it. It’s always a pleasure to have the opportunity to work with such a talented young artist, hopefully the videos also reflect the feeling and spirit of this collaboration,” the Tokyo-based producer duo said in a statement. official.
Kimberley Chen is a Taiwanese Gen-Z diva who spent her teenage years in Melbourne, Australia. He said he was proud and honored to be collaborating with AmPm, calling the experience very special.
“During difficult times due to the effects of a pandemic like now, fellow artists supporting each other through music is something that is needed, especially for my soul. Thank you to everyone who helped make this happen,” he said.
AmPm penetrated the global market through the single “Best Part of Us feat Michael Kaneko” released in March 2017. Prior to the collaboration with Kimberley, AmPm also collaborated with Indonesian disjoki Dipha Barus in the song remix “On The Black and White”.