Kollaboration’s Asian American SXSW Music Showcase Featured on NPR’s All Things Considered

Kollaboration’s first ever SXSW showcase was featured  on today’s edition of NPR’s All Things Considered! Missed the broadcast? Not to worry ~ Check out the audio archive and web article of the segment here! Stay tuned to Kollaboration.org for more recap coverage of our experiences at SXSW, including highlights from our panel and our showcase! In […]

We Love Big Phony – Coffee Break w/ Minji Chang

On this edition of Kollaboration’s Coffee Break we welcome Bobby Choy aka Big Phony! Bobby is an amazing singer-songwriter who moved to Korea a few years ago to live, play music, and find himself. You might also know him from the webseries turned feature film KTown Cowboys, which he stars in. With a new album in […]

Megan Lee – The Green Room

One of our favorite artists Megan Lee, star of Nickelodeon’s “Make it Pop” and a Kollaboration alum, joins us for this session of Kollaboration’s Green Room! Check out a special acoustic performance of her new single “Stronger” and watch out for more new songs from Megan soon on her YouTube! Setlist: “Stronger” “Love Yourself” (Justin […]

Travis Atreo – The Green Room

We’re very excited to welcome Kollaoration Seattle Alum Travis Atreo, as he joins us for this edition of Kollaboration’s Green Room. Enjoy an unplugged version of Travis’ new single Excited, as well as a special live performance of one of his most popular covers. Setlist: “Excited” “Style” – Taylor Swift Cover Hear more from Travis on his […]

Anne Marie Ceralvo Teases the Return of One Vo1ce – Coffee Break with Minji Chang

On this edition of Coffee Break, Minji chats with an important vo1ce  from her formative years, Anne Marie Ceralvo of the Asian American pop group One Vo1ce. They talk about the Bay Area, dream collaborators, and most importantly the upcoming reunion of One Vo1ce! Credits: Producers: Minji Chang & Marvin Yueh Director: Dennis Chang Assistant Directors: […]

Interview with Ruby Ibarra

Despite the growing number of Asian Americans in the rap and hip-hop landscape today, it’s still difficult to come by a female API artist in the industry. But if you do, you’ll undoubtedly come across the name Ruby Ibarra.