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Last month, Nish told Billboard that the group's follow-up to its 2010 debut, "Free Wired,"would feature a "heavy trunk bass sound for the dance floor." He added that the "majority of the album is going to be the L.A. dirty bass sound." In recent weeks the act was working on song sketches from their downtown L.A. apartments.
Now, Nish says, Far East Movement has begun recording the new set at the Stereotypes' studio in West L.A., and hopes to deliver it to Interscope/Cherrytree before embarking on a month-long tour of Canada with LMFAO, which begins Nov. 13 at the Pavillon de la Jeunesse in Quebec. In addition to the Stereotypes, the act is working with producers David Guetta, Bangladesh,Cherry Cherry Boom Boom (aka Cherrytree founder/president Martin Kierszenbaum),will.i.am and aRedOne, among others.
Over dozens of Korean dishes, numerous Diet Cokes and shots of Soju; Spliff, Kev Nish and Prohgress -- who also brought along their Los Angeles-based publicist, Greg Miller of Big Hassle -- revealed that Far East Movement is working on a documentary film. Nish calls it "our version of how to make it in America." The act plans to submit the documentary to film festivals soon. The group also mentioned their love for Cherrytree Records' new soda, Cherrytree Cola.
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