Altimet To Launch New Music Video Exclusively On The Hotlink RED App

schedule 13 Oct 2015

Continuing its efforts in supporting the local music scene, Hotlink will be teaming up with local hip-hop star, Altimet, to release his brand new music video entitled 'Aku Tahu' exclusively on the Hotlink RED App on 22 October at 8 pm. Prior to the music video launch, fans can also follow Hotlink (@hotlink) on Periscope to watch or take part in a special live Q&A session with Altimet from 7 pm to 8 pm on 22 October. Fans can submit their questions by using the hashtag #HotlinkAkuTahu.

'Aku Tahu' is an emotional song written by Altimet himself, about a relationship between a father and his son. The music video is helmed by award-winning director Khairul "Kroll" Azri, who came up with the concept for the video. To find out more about the launch of the music video, please click this link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fJYBUyDnc9o

Altimet's new music video is just one of the many exclusive content that can be found on the Hotlink RED App. Previously, Hotlink has partnered with indie band, Hujan, to introduce exclusive, never before seen photos and videos which encapsulates the band's 10-year journey. Hotlink's partnership with Altimet and Hujan demonstrates its ongoing efforts in championing local music and talents, having already sponsored this year's Akademi Fantasia and partnering with The Wknd to launch The Wknd Sessions Live and The Wknd Recording Fund to help nurture homegrown artists by giving them a platform to showcase their talents.

The Hotlink RED App (which is now available in BM) is a self-serve app that enables customers to top up, check their balance, load up their mobile data and so much more. The Hotlink RED App is available for download on Google Play for Android users or the App Store for iOS users. First-time Hotlink RED App users will also get 1GB data for free for a limited time only.

For more info on the Hotlink RED App, check out www.hotlink.com.my

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