(Photo : Audition Notice from Align Entertainment)
K-Pop Crossover: Do you have what it takes to be the next Kpop star? Are you a young Asian American woman? Are you between the ages of 15 and 22? Can you sing? Rap? Dance? Align Entertainment is looking for you.
Future Kpop stars should keep an eye out. Auditions are being posted online and in Los Angeles for the next big Asian American Girl Group.
Align Entertainment group is a world class management agency out of New York. They are teaming with top U.S. and Asian management agencies and TV network execs to create the a new Asian-American female pop group.
Align Entertainment Group manages David Foster, Andrea Bocelli, Charice; UNEW (Universal Network East West). They are teaming with Lisa Erspamer, who used to be the Chief Creative Officer and Executive Vice President of Programming and Development for OWN: The Oprah Winfrey Network and Mister Rocks Music, a Los Angeles based music production company to develop a new Asian-American girl group. The new group will debut on network television in 2014.
According to a statement from Align Entertainment, "We are looking to find talented Asian-American singers and dancers for this amazing project. We have formed an incredible team from across the world to train and produce the next generation of female vocalists and dancers for the U.S and Asian markets. We specifically targeted a team that has worked both in the Asian and American markets, which includes music producer, Mister Rocks; K-Pop dance choreographer, Aimee Lee Lucas; and artist/vocal producer, Ann One."
If you can't make it to Los Angeles to audition in person, you can audition online through YouTube. Future Kpop stars should upload a video as unlisted, preface the video title with [ALIGN AUDITIONS] and e-mail the link to [email protected] Each video should only have one song or dance routine but performers can upload and send more than one video.