Queens-born Korean-American rapper Flowsik broke into the business in 2011 as a member of widespread Hip Hop/R&B trio Aziatix. The group rapidly rose by means of the ranks within the Asian Hip Hop world.

In 2013, Flowsik signed with Cash Money Records, marking the most important report deal so far between a U.S. Record label and an Asian music act. However, America wasn’t fairly prepared for the Ok-Pop takeover. Now, the time has seemingly arrived and Flowsik is again with a brand new video for “Bbung.”

The easy visible finds Flowsik delivering his bars whereas backed by his personal personal dancer. The launch follows two collaborations with Korean rapper/singer-songwriter Jessi, “All I Need” and “Wet.”

Watch the “Bbung” video above.

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