Seasonal Songbook debuts 13-language vocalist Maki Mae

LOS ANGELES, Asian Hall of Fame will increase cross-cultural collaboration and Asian excellence in mainstream song with their charity album Seasonal Songbook. Proceeds launch the Asian Hall of Fame's Arts for All application that helps trauma, war, and human trafficking survivors.


Seasonal Songbook debuts 13-language vocalist Maki Mae and iconic collaborations with song royalty such as Rock and Roll Hall of Fame guitarist Robby Krieger of The Doors and Ed Roth (Annie Lenox, Joe Walsh). Ringo Starr's engineer Bruce Sugar combined the record.

Influencers and artists be a part of voices in the album's Asian Hall of Fame Choir. Jimmy Kimmel Live's guitarist Toshi Yanagi, 7-time GRAMMY Award-winning bassist Kevin Brandon (Aretha Franklin, Justin Timberlake), drummer Rock Deadrick (Ziggy Marley) and greater are additionally highlighted.

Seasonal Songbook represents Maki Mae's most requested portions spanning centuries of song and will be regarded for the 2022 GRAMMY Awards. The opening tune "My Favorite Things" is the first time an Asian artist has recorded with Robby Krieger. It will additionally be the first time that GRAMMY Pop Duo of the Year will obtain a submission from Krieger and an Asian artist.

Thirteen-language vocalist and classically-trained violinist Maki Mae is Chinese, Korean, and Japanese-American and has headlined crossover performances round the world. Her Skrillex remix made range one for 5 weeks on digital tune charts. Maki Mae's Mother's Day Concert for the Asian Hall of Fame Covid-19 fund generated 716 million impressions and 243 media mentions in America and Asia.

Asian Hall of Fame is directed by using Robert Chinn Foundation, one of the first Asian household philanthropies in America. The basis advances get admission to to Asian equity, early life education, and creative excellence.

Chairman Karen Wong states, "Asian achievements in mainstream tune are minimized. The Robert Chinn Foundation is proud to assist this historical album that speeds up Asian excellence in areas missing Asian leadership, and that affords Asian Genius an chance to be featured in mainstream music, arts, and entertainment." Interviews are handy upon request. 

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