OK, I’ve got a confession to make…I’m a closet Hyori fan. HAHA damn. I say that like it’s bad to admire her and her music. Whateves. She’s awesome. I stopped listening to her during her “Dark Angel” episode, only because with all ofÂ the gossip surrounding her scandals andÂ the insane netizens who attacked any and everybody who remotely critizize their idols…well, frankly I was turned off by it.
OK, so lately I know it seems as if I’ve been falling in love with numerous musicians/actors/singers/poets/artists/whatevers, but I can’t help it. I’m a lover. It’s what I do, and it’s just so easy to do with all of the awesome that’s floating around out there. And to prove that, this post is yet again about a band I’ve fallen in love with. Say hello to The Morning Of. “The morning of…..what,” you may be asking yourself; because I know I sure did. In short, it doesn’t matter what, lol. All that matters is you take a listen to their awesome.
Last night, The Museum of Chinese in America (MOCA) hosted a charity event to raise disaster relief funds for the victims of the Sichuan Earthquake that hit China in May of 2OO8, the deadliest earthquake the country has seen since 1976. MercyCorps, one of the key organizations in providing relief in China, was also apart of this event. Co-Sponsored by Verizon, APEX, iaTV,ICON Philadelphia, LeeRehab, ningin,World Journal, HOT 97, THEME, and others; the event was held at Pace University in New York City.