Like many children of immigrants, growing up as a minority in Western Culture was already a challenge for JËVA to identity himself. He spoke the same language, played the same games, shared the same interests but he looked different, and sometimes in life JËVA says, “That’s all that matters,” Coupled with coming to terms with his sexuality, it all unfolded for him to become the artist he is today.
My Dream Rider
Okay so I tried to come up with something realistic yet bougie, so that it’s technically sustainable yet somewhat ridiculous. I’m not sure how seriously I’m supposed to be taking this, any future bookers reading this I’M LOW MAINTENANCE AND EASY TO WORK WITH I SWEAR.
Bubble Tea (1/2 Sugar)
Alcoholic Bubble Tea (Full Sugar)
A fruity scented candle
Oriental Lilies, the cheap 10 dollar bunch at the local supermarket
A shit tonne of fairy lights
Aesthetic Inspirational Quote Posters hung up on the wall
Just Dance set up with a TV & Wii Console (& all the just dance games)
A versatile life coach/motivational speaker ON CALL who can be the HYPEMAN OR the therapist backstage
I read this one on Kinder’s Dream Rider, it was TOO GOOD that I had to include it here myself.
“A rented crowd of about 50 energetic, enthusiastic people incase no one rocks up to the gig.”
Australian-Chinese Queer Pop Prince JËVA Reminisces Facing His Sexuality On ‘I Can’t Stop Thinking About You’ – Watch the video here: