Tiger JK and Yoon Mirae collaborate with American hip-hop musicians
Tiger JK and his wife Yoon Mirae recently worked on a compilation album with Chops.
Chops is known for being part of the hip-hop trio Mountain Brothers. The members of Mountain Brothers all met in Penn State University and started making music as a hobby. In 1996, they won a contest that was sponsored by Sprite for a radio advertisement called, Rhymes From the Mind. The group garnered much acclaim in the 90's for bringing Asian American hip-hop around the U.S. and having had signed a record deal with Ruffhouse/Columbia Records.
Tiger JK had tweeted about the project stating, "Luckily, Mi Rae and I worked with Mountain Brothers’ Chops for his new album."
A spokesperson for Tiger JK had also said, "The couple worked with international hip hop musicians, including Rakim and Far East Movement."
Staying busy, the couple had also participated in a remix titled "Live My Life" from Far East Movement's new album "Dirty Bass" featuring pop star Justin Bieber.
Yoon Mirae is currently working on her new album, which is being produced by her husband.
Source: @DrunkenTigerJK, Star News and iTunes