Prema Yin Live At Laundry Bar

10 Jan

Prema Yin is no stranger to the music industry in Malaysia. Having launched her EP, “Eyo Eyo” in August 2009, she has thus received great reviews from the local media. The press has dubbed her as the upcoming “Rock Princess” of Malaysia.

Her major influences vary from the work of great musicians notably like Aerosmith, Janis Joplin, Guano Apes, to Micheal Jackson and newer acts like Paramore.

Prema Yin has been singing since she was in primary school, entertaining crowds at weddings, private functions and having a go at age group singing competitions.
She took part in the National level singing competition organized by NTV 7, Who Will Win Malaysian Topstar and emerged as the winner in 2004.

Her first ever EP, which she worked with Greg Henderson was recently launched on 19th August 2009 at Mist Club, Bangsar. Together with her band, MON9, they recently toured Japan in September. Her English track together with her band “Blow My Mind” and Malay track “Marilah” are out on all Radio Stations!


Laundry Artiste of the Month – Prema Yin
08:30PM – 04 Feb 2010 | Venue: Laundry Bar
Address: Lot G75 & 76, Ground Floor, Western Courtyard, The Curve, No. 6 PJU 7/3, Mutiara Damansara, 47800 Petaling Jaya | Train: N/A
Price: Admission is free | Contact: 03-7728 1715
E-mail: | Website:

Featuring Prema Yin, James Baum and DJ Kraft. Featuring the artiste of the month, Prema Yin who is no stranger to the Malaysian music industry. Her debut album – Eyo, Eyo is already in stores and to check out her talent, visit Prema Yin’s MySpace homepage.

Hope to see all of you guys there and Rock it out with us!


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