Party night with DJ Becareful a.k.a Sam Lee at Red Square
This coming October 16th, the most stylish urban entertainment outlet in town, RED Square introduces DJ Becareful, live and direct from the lounge in Kuala Lumpur. They will begin the night at 10.00pm. Early birds always have a good deal.
Epitomizing the glamour of the Kuala Lumpur club scene RED Square offers a rotation of R’n’B , House, Tranz and Old Skool. At here, you can forget about your lonely night. Red Square has make their mark as one of the hottest and sensational party ground with the best DJ line-up and charming Red Angels awaiting you.Since DJ Becareful took to the turntables in 2007 in Hong Kong, he has had a whirlwind career. However, this is not where he started his entertainment career. The interesting part is he has began his entertainment career as an actor not in Hong Kong, but in Hollywood in year 1997. We believed this good start has help him to establish his name and took home several Hong Kong Film Awards in 1998 and Taiwan as well.
Off screen, DJ Becareful aka Sam Lee is an on-and-off member of the Hong Kong famous hip-hop band LMF (Laza Mutha Fucka), where he raps. LMF was regarded as the very first band, which made hip-hop and rapping music that get noticed and popularized. Due to his understanding of local culture and fashion, Sam Lee has created SUBCREW – a fashion brand with a devoted following that influences the culture of street and chic fashion.
Besides his musical and movie talents, Sam Lee has entering the world of DJ-ing. Within a short year, he has been traveling from country to country to performs, from Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Wuhan, Nanjing and all the ways down to Australia, Singapore, Macau, Taiwan and now Malaysia. We shall witness his talents in break beat and electro music in RED Square next month. Just remember to mark down your daily about 16 October 2009, A NIGHT THAT NOT AFFORD TO MISS…!!!
For further information, please visit www.redsquare.com.my, or be a friend of RED Square KL in facebook. You also can call the hotline, 010 3181899.