Asian Idols Who Are Black

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Alex Reid

Alex Reid made history as the first Black K-Pop idol with her debut as BP RANIA‘s leader. She hasn’t been the only idol of Black descent to break into Asian music.

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Fatou

Following her debut in BLACKSWAN, Fatou became the first Senegalese K-Pop idol ever. Before making her debut, she even caught attention for her stunning visuals.

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LIKIYA

LIKIYA is one of the leaders of the sixteen-member Japanese boy group THE RAMPAGE from EXILE TRIBE and a member of its five-member Hip-Hop subunit MA55IVE THE RAMPAGE.

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Elly

Elly is the older brother of LIKIYA and a member of the group J SOUL BROTHERS from EXILE TRIBE. When the dancer promotes as a rapper, he goes by the name CrazyBoy.

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Crystal Kay

Crystal Kay is one of the most easily recognized Japanese musicians, being proud of her Korean, Japanese, and Black heritage. Ever since she stepped into the spotlight as a young child and made her music debut in 1999, she’s been dropping hits for over twenty years.

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Zhong Feifei

When it was revealed that Zhong Feifei would appear on the Chinese survival show Produce Camp 2020, the Chinese-Congolese trainee received negative reactions from Chinese netizens but overwhelming support from international fans. That didn’t stop her from shining.

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Nesmith

Among the nineteen members of EXILE, Nesmith is just as versatile as Mandy. From hosting shows, appearing in musicals, and taking on acting roles, he can do it all.

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Lee Michelle

When Lee Michelle stepped into the spotlight through the show K-Pop Star, she gained fans that were ready to follow her journey to become an artist.

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