Naoto Inti Raymi, Cream and The Oral Cigarettes at the Music Matters Live 2014 Japan Night Press Conference

Music Matters Live 2014 Japan Night Press Conference
Music Matters Live 2014 Japan Night Press Conference

I think this is the first time I’ve been a Japanese artist/Japan-related press conference. In-line with the Japanese culture, the press conference promptly started on time. Like wow! They were not late! Quite refreshing to be honest.

Naoto Inti Raymi
Naoto Inti Raymi

Throughout the entire 10~15 minutes of the press conference, Naoto Inti Raymi really won me over with his enthusiasm, energy and attempt to answer entirely in bad but really cute English. He was really funny and very cute throughout the entire press conference.

Naoto Inti Raymi shared that he has been to Singapore 3 times previously and this is the first time he is her to perform. He has travelled widely around the world and is very interested and curious about the mix of religion and cultures in Singapore

Cream
Cream

Cream stood out for their fashion and I was surprised that Minami (the girl) was fluent in English. The guy, Staxx-T, on the other hand couldn’t speak English at all.

Staxx T loves spicy food so he is really happy to be in Singapore because there are a lot of spicy food to be found here. It was especially funny when Staxx T mentioned how it was so hard to find a place he can smoke in Singapore. LOL.

The Oral Cigarettes
The Oral Cigarettes

The Oral Cigarettes was the most chilled/calm among the 3 artist on stage. When The Oral Cigarettes had to introduce themselves after Naoto Inti Raymi’s awkward but cute English introduction but the members of The Oral Cigarettes couldn’t really speak English so they were like, “We’ll be speaking in Japanese.” LOL.

Anyway, the press conference was really short and snappy and it was over just like that. Very fuss free. Kinda not used to it. LOL.

That said, here are the other photos with turned out okay from the press conference:

 

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