Nikki Beach Samuis Concert Series to Feature Best of Thai DJ Talent

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In September, Nikki Beach Koh Samui will host an adrenalin-fuelled evening featuring the hottest urban sounds and finest regional DJ talent.

Top of the bill is award-winning Thai-NYC Hip-hop crossover act, THAITANIUM, who for the past 10 years have been carving out a reputation for themselves as one of the biggest and most successful Hip-hop groups in Thailand.

The special evening will take place from 6pm on 16 September.

THAITANIUM were the opening act for one of the worlds biggest Hip-hop artists, 50 cent, on his Get Rich or Die Trying world tour. The trio won Best Group of the Year by Fat Radio and SEED FM, and were winners of Best Hip Hop Album of the year by Season Magazine.

The two-hour warm-up set will be taken care of by Radio star, DJ. Por, famous for his hot radio talk show Chae Tae Chao on 94 EFM and TVs True Inside News and Academy Fantasia. DJ Tob of Bangkok Invaders will turn up the heat as the official opening act, before handing the reigns over to Hip-hop spinners, Southside, presenting their own Southern Thailand-tinged sonic adventure. Southside have previously played as opening act for Akon, and their multi-lingual rap act is garnering a heavyweight reputation in Asia. Bangkok Invaders Headliner DJ Buddha will bring down the house with his moves on the Technics, before THAITANIUM will present their set.

The event on 16 September will be the first of a series of special nights which are designed to showcase the most spectacular local musical talent, and to enable guests to enjoy these concerts in the unique Nikki Beach party atmosphere.

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