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Can’t Hold Us Back by Polartropica

As a ese-American immigrant that was brought to as a young child, I wanted to dedicate this anthem with all my love to anyone that’s ever been marginalized or made to feel small when in reality, you are a SUPERSTAR, and to honor those courageous humans past present and future leaving everything they know to build a better life for themselves, their families, and communities.”

 is the music endeavor of Los Angeles based, whimsical space-pop artist, Ihui (eeway) . Born in yet raised in , Wu successfully combines quirky pop melodies, futuristic synths and classical string arrangements, creating a genre of bubblegum psychedelia that you’ve never heard before. 

 derived after Wu heard a song which couldn’t be defined by a genre – ‘Polartropic’ by Mark Foster. Admiring the contrast between both ‘polar’ and ‘tropical’, Wu decided to formulate a place where things can exist where they don’t belong.  fuses elements of complete opposites together with the outcome resulting in a unique, ethereal sound that defies all sonic worlds. Using both organic and synthetic instruments, Wu conceived a visionary dream world for listeners to escape to. Wu professes, “I wanted to create a healing, inspiring and empowering space with just the right amount of -party!”

Integrating 90’s pop, classical arrangements and intergalactic space-pop,  is guaranteed to feed your imagination, with their eccentric and distinguished sound. 

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