Immigrant rapper Moment Joon, who released both his address and residence card in a music video
Moment Joon may not be categorized as K-HIPHOP or J-HIPHOP.
He refers to himself as an “immigrant rapper”.
Moment Joon is an “immigrant rapper” from Seoul Nowon-gu, South Korea, who lives in Osaka.
His music video for IGUCHIDOU from his album “Passport & Garcon” was released on September 11 and has become a hot topic.
Lyrically, IGUCHIDOU shows the address where he lives and his residence card in the music video.
In the MV, Shiba, the manager, tells the video director to do some vague re-editing of the music video, saying that he wants more play and more excessive colors.
The storyline proceeds to mix the edited footage with scenes that are common in the production process of re-editing as instructed by Shiba.
Not only does it feature the address, but also Moment’s girlfriend, Natasha, and Natasha’s house.
Moment Joon – IGUCHIDOU
Moment Joon – TENO HIRA
Moment Joon Soundcloud
An interview with Moment Joon for those who want to learn more about him
He is a rapper.
He is a Korean.
You’re a foreigner.
Not wanting to be simply categorized by those stereotypes, Moment Joon is the Black Sheep of HipHop.
I’m going to listen to Sting’s Englishman in New York and Black Sheep’s The Choice Is Yours again.
If you want to know more about Moment Joon through interviews and videos, check out these numerous interviews.