Playlist: AAPI! Appreciation Part 2!

With the month of May coming to a close, this also means that AAPI Month is ending. To end things on a happier note, here are songs by AAPI artists that are upbeat than last issue’s playlist.

Even though AAPI month is coming to a close, discussion and action towards the issues affecting the Asian community on both the local and global scales will not end here. We must continue to share the information we have and take action where we can in order to uplift everyone in our communities.

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  1. zombie pop – DPR IAN

  2. Far Away – EASHA

  3. All That – Ylona Garcia

  4. Seoul – Sofia Kay

  5. love u lately – Laica

  6. idk – Highvyn, Taylor Shin

  7. no space – Alextbh

  8. move – brb.

  9. Broken Record – GSoul

  10. Nobody Know – CHAII

  11. Swimming – imugi 이무기, Hans.

  12. dimension – Alex Porat

  13. Hypnotized – Weston Estate


  15. Memory – Hojean

  16. Cold Waters – Hong Kong Boyfriend

  17. Butterflies – Wolftyla, Jay Park

  18. I Like That – The Last Skeptik, LCYTN

  19. good 4 u – Olivia Rodrigo


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