The overwhelmingly Buddhist nation of Bhutan is among the top 10 happiest countries in the world, according to a University of Leicester study. And with happiness comes song, in the traditional guise and the cutting edge. Enter the harmonious realm of Bhutanese music.
“With the right music, you either forget everything or you remember everything,” this pop-country (Western) outfit say on their Facebook page. With inspirations ranging from the quaint Owl City to the furious Iron Maiden (at least a 2015 profile insists), Misty Terrace entice with smooth vocals and toe-tapping works. It’s as though these young gents were from the Appalachians rather than the Thimphu River valley. Their latest album, Nge Thimphu, is expected to become available in November 2015.
Upon first glance, one wouldn’t think a kid from Bhutan would have much in common with Detroit rapper Eminem. But hip-hop impresario Kezang Dorji has his own star-making “Lose Yourself” in “Jup Jusa Eein,” a rock-meets-spoken-word rager. He is the son of a single mother who supported her family through trouble times as a weaver. “I hope as an upcoming artist, I can convey strong messages through the songs and help individuals see a better path to lead in their lives,” he told Kuesenel in October 2015.
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