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K-pop band MustB enthralls Hornbill Music Festival crowd

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By EMN Updated: Dec 05, 2019 12:06 am
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K-pop band MustB performs at the Hornbill Music Festival on Dec.4 at the Agri Expo, 4th mile in Dimapur. (EM Images)

The fourth day of the Hornbill Music Festival 2019 started with a bang with a song ‘Oh hi yo’ by Naga folk band Colored Keys. Its three members namely Kehodi Yoho, Neikuo Khezhie and Kehepe Lethro enthralled the audience with their performance. It was followed up by the Korean pop band MustB and solo artist Live Yubin. Their performance was highly anticipated by young diehard fans of K-pop artists.

Colored Keys from Nagaland perform on Dec.4 at the Hornbill Music Festival at Agri Expo, 4th mile in Dimapur. (EM Images)

The music night opened with the advisor for Skill Development and Entrepreneurship, Imnatiba, addressing the crowd. He said music is all around and it is powerful that it can impact the society.

Imnatiba said that Margaret, an alumnus of Patkai, set the foundation of music here. He thanked the pioneers from Nagaland who built the music platform today for the young generation.

Imnatiba urged young artists to make positive music, as it will be remembered for many years.

(Our Reporter)

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By EMN Updated: Dec 05, 2019 12:06:30 am