Canadian-American R&B star Robin Thicke (pictured), LA hip hop quartet Far East Movement and K-pop group EXO will headline September's MTV World Stage alongside local rapper Joe Flizzow. Thicke gained initial success with the debut of his single 'When I Get You Alone' in 2002, simply a disco version of Beethoven's Fifth Symphony. It was with his 2013 supersingle 'Blurred Lines' that Thicke skyrocketed to global fame; the song topped charts in over 13 countries. His new album 'Blurred Lines' is slated for release on Jul 30. Far East Movement are best known for their platinum-selling single 'Like a G6', which easily became 2010's biggest club anthem.
As with World Stage tradition, tickets are free but on a win-only basis via MTV Asia, which will give away passes through multiple game sessions every hour throughout the day from Jul 29 until Aug 27.