After a couple months of working together, Sakiroo and Pol achieved to complete their first collaboration project, ”ROCK IT”, bringing together with own perception of what they believe to be some of the greatest collaborations in music from the last decades.
After completing the images the project grew to something bigger, adding 8 more artists from each country to pull together the art show ”According To Them”. This show brought together the two countries by showing the perception of each countries popular icons through the eyes of the artists from the other country. there was also a mural painting done by 8 artists from Korea and Colobia.
Inspired not only but the music of Bob Dylan and Johnny Cash, but also by their characters and what they meant to the people who listened to their music. this image portrays the two musical legends during some studio sessions they recorded together in 1969, you can look them up under the same name this album has.
The second piece in a series of collaborations between Pol & Sakiroo Choi, depicts the historic moment when musical titans David Bowie, and Freddy Mercury from Queen, got together to record some choruses that went awfully wrong, and instead the improvised a single song that would leave a notch in musical history, and a 5 star song in every sensible person’s playlist.
This image captures the amazing moment when Michael Jackson, the king of pop, and the guitar titan Eddie Van Halen, got together to craft what can be considered one of the best songs in the history of my playlist.
”Walk This Way” is a song by the legendary bands Aerosmith and RUN DMC, written by Steven Tyler and Joe Perry, this song hit the 10th position at the ”Billboard hot 100” making a good part of the work that made these two bands legends of music by the 70’s. This image shows our way to depict this moment in musical history.
Released as the second single from his third studio album Graduation. It was produced by West and contains an extended outro co-produced with Mike Dean. The song contains a vocal sample of “Harder, Better, Faster, Stronger” by French house duo Daft Punk, who received songwriting credit and had their costumes appear in its accompanying music video.