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Zombies are invading KL… for real.

Fancy zombies invading KL? Err… well, it’s happening in a movie, of course. Directors James Lee, Shamaine Othman and Gavin Yap are creating one awesome zombie movie with a very Malaysian twist. It’s one of the many awesome projects you guys helped bring to life. No cash was used at all, just loads of love from zombie lovers all over Malaysia who wanted to see what these directors can do. If you’re curious what the movie’s about and how it got there, check out this neat little video! And there’s more where that came from. You can check us out at Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/webecommunity/ for all the latest updates, or check out the projects page to see what we’ve done in the past and what we’re planning for in the future.  

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Yuna Is Not The Only Msian Singer Who’s Making Us Proud Overseas

Here are other 6 Malaysian singers who are capturing the global market. The elating news of Malaysian sweetheart Yuna chosen to sing the 2016 Olympics promotional song together with the likes of Lenny Kravitz and Corrine Bailey Rae made us all brim with pride. Her, and powerful singing sensations including Zee Avi and Sheila Amzah are taking the international music scene by storm, proving not only to the world, but also pessimistic Malaysians that local talent is underrated. If you think these ladies are the only ones putting Malaysia on the charts, you need to give our Malaysian talents a little bit more credit. Here are 6 other Malaysian singers who are building their legion overseas:

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by Mei Mei Chu

EVENT: WEbePOP free live preview

WebePOP's Project Champions, Darren Teh and Prashan Chitty need your help to "unlock" RM200,000 from #webecommunity to make this album possible, and has decided to take it a step further in sharing what they have in mind…and their music! The WEbePOP team is organising a FREE gig to support this project and everyone's invited. It's free entry - all you have to do is to show you have the webe community app at the door, and that you pledged to WEbePOP (which again, is free!) The details: Venue: The Laundry Bar, The Curve Day: Wednesday, 1st June Time: 7PM – 10PM Artists performing an intimate acoustic LIVE set are: * An Honest Mistake * Narmi * Diandra Arjunaidi * Prema Yin These artists from WEbePOP will be performing and sharing first-hand what WEbePOP is, and what they have been working on too! Let's help Darren and Prashan make this first-of-its-kind Malaysian English Pop album featuring artists such as Elizabeth Tan, Narmi, Dasha Logan, Jin Hackman, An Honest Mistake, Daiyan Trisha, Prema Yin and Diandra Arjunaidi, REAL. Tell #webecommunity you want this album to happen by pledging to it for free, and webe community will fund it. It's that simple, and it's all up to you. (All who pledge to this project will get the entire album plus exclusive goodies for free when it's released, by the way) We look forward to seeing you there! #makeithappen #webecommunity

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Kr8tif Express: Malaysia’s First Indie Zombie Film, KL24: ZOMBIES to be Backed by Webe

Three Malaysian directors; James Lee, Gavin Yap and Shamaine Othman has team up to produce the first-ever full-length local zombie feature film titled, KL24: ZOMBIES that will be backed by Webe; a one-of-a-kind crowd backing platform that is designed to enable Malaysians to connect, collaborate and co-create. The renowned short film directors will each shoot the film in their own point of view; portraying different stories with different characters representing various local communities by using zombie outbreak as the story's main theme, since it is rarely told from an Asian perspective – especially in Southeast Asia.

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by Kr8tifExpress

Let the zombies take over.

You've probably heard about a lot of films about what makes Malaysia. You might have even watched some of them. Well, how about one with zombies? See, there are a lot of zombie films out there. They're very popular with worldwide audiences, no matter their culture or language. They can be funny or scary or a thoughtful social commentary, or a mix of two or all three. But for all the zombie films out there, how many are told from an Asian perspective? How many are told from a specifically South East Asian perspective? How many are told from a truly Malaysian perspective? That's what an award-winning Malaysian independent filmmaker wants to do: make the first-ever full-length zombie feature film available for free for all Malaysians, and the world. Three Malaysian directors, three different Malaysian perspectives, and one Malaysian zombie story.

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Why doesn’t Beyoncé cover Malaysian songs?

We’ve got a lot of great home-grown talents here, performing in all the languages of Malaysia, even English. But they’re not getting the recognition they deserve. So the guy behind some of Malaysia’s hottest upcoming talents is teaming up with the lead singer of one of Malaysia’s hottest alternative bands. Together, they’ve got an ambitious new project. They’re bringing four top producers together with eight gifted performers, and coming up with an original English pop album, all home-grown and locally produced. And did we mention there will be a music video shot for every single performer? All eight of them.

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