In 2021 the 1st Urban Arts Festival of Vietnam will be held, in which DRIP’IN will participate.
Since the end of the war in 1975, Vietnam has oriented the country towards a policy of domestic effort and reunification. Nevertheless, since the beginning of 2000, the country has been gradually opening up to external urban cultures, led by its youth, who represent 25% of the population.
Music, dance and fashion
In just a few years, street culture and its many ramifications have penetrated the daily life of the Vietnamese. Today, more than 15 million Vietnamese follow rap programmes on digital channels. In the wake of Suboi, the Vietnamese rap star, many young rappers are asserting themselves through their compositions.
American-style breakdance shows are also increasingly popular and regularly reveal new talent. Vietmax, the reference in Vietnam, is very active on the scene and collaborates with many brands to promote this dance. Passionate graffiti artist at the same time, Vietmax regularly creates pieces on the walls and collaborates.