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Strength in NUMBERS

Digital copy of the Strength in NUMBERS album is available for purchase now on iTunes and Amazon

This week’s Strength in NUMBERS interview, we speak with rapper, singer, and songwriter, Joanlee. Joanlee was featured on two songs off the Strength in NUMBERS album, ‘Chain Swingin’ with rapper Decipher, and 'All About Mine' with rapper Nikko Dator. We talk about how he started in music, the influence of his hometown Long Beach, CA, and the Strength in NUMBERS project.

Check out the links below for more info on Joanlee

- Facebook
- Twitter
- Website
- Youtube

Hi. I'm a librarian at the Asian Branch Library in Oakland. I'd totally love to be able to make this available to the teens (and adults, too, haha) here. is there an easy/not too difficult way to get a physical copy? thanks!

Hi thanks for getting in contact with us! At the moment we do not currently have a physical copy available for the Strength in NUMBERS album. You can currently buy a digital copy on Amazon ( and on iTunes ( Let us know if we can help you out with anything else! Thanks for your support!

TOMORROW!! Tuesday, Jan. 28 @strengthnum official album release, for purchase on iTunes and Amazon! SPREAD THE WORD!

The latest @strengthnum interview is with the creator of the project itself, @chopsmusic! Watch as we talk about how he started in music, the Mountain Brothers, how he thought of the Strength in NUMBERS project, and where he sees the project going now. 

For more information on CHOPS, go to his website, Twitter or Facebook page and YouTube channel.

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Catch the latest Strength in NUMBERS interview with Atlanta-based rapper, Timothy Flu and Jeniside from the Yellow Boyz. We talk about how they both started in music, being a part of the Strength in NUMBERS project, illegally downloading the Mountain Brothers albums, and what it’s like to be an Asian MC in Atlanta. 

Follow Tim and Jeniside/Yellow Boyz on social media at the links below:

Timothy Flu

Yellow Boyz

Watch our latest interview with Steve Nguyen and Choz Belen of Studio APA, and the creators of the Drunken Tiger JK and Tasha (Yoonmirae) music video, “Turn it Up”!

We talk about how they started individually as artists, Studio APA, the making of the “Turn it Up” music video and the Strength in NUMBERS project. 

For more information about Studio APA check out the links below.

- Facebook
- Twitter
- Website

studioapa music video for Tasha (Yoonmirae) & Tiger JK ‘Turn it Up’ off the Strength in NUMBERS album! Check it out!!

can i still get strength in numbers? i cant find the donation page all the links keep sending me to tumblr.

Thanks for asking! if you’re interested in supporting the project (ordering the music and even picking up merchandise if you want!) have a look here

it’s called BackerKit, when you put your info in the form, it’ll send you an email with instructions how to log in etc…. this link will stay live for a limited time.

the album itself will be available for download on iTunes etc. in the near future, but won’t include any of the extra music everybody gets from backing via Kickstarter or BackerKit.

Thank you for your support!


got the @strengthnum posters in! they look killer… s/o @hoyamc

Posters are in for the kickstarter backers! 

Interview with singer and songwriter, Connie Lim

On the latest installment for our Strength in NUMBERS interview series, we catch up with singer and songwriter, Connie Lim. She was featured on the album with the song ‘I Do’ and brought a soulful pop music element to the compilation. We talk about how she started in music, her time on The Voice, and her new album ‘A Better Part of Me’. 

For more information about Connie, check out the links below:

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Here’s the link to Earl Yi’s kickstarter project for the comic book series The Adventures of the Galactic Wrestling Federation. Back this project and help him spread the word! 

Interview with artist Earl Yi

Earl did the artwork for two of the Strength in NUMBERS album covers - Dumbfoundead and Tiger JK. We talk about how he started his art career, the comic book series he does art work for called The Adventures of the Galactic Wrestling Federation, and the name of his unique and long beard. 

This interview launches the first of our interview series with everyone that made the Strength in NUMBERS music project possible. From the visual artists, musical artists, and those that supported the project in big and crucial ways. We’ll be posting more interviews in the next few weeks and beyond. Head over to our Youtube channel to subscribe now

For more information about Earl Yi, check out the links below:

- The Adventures of the Galactic Wrestling Federation
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Check out the rest of the Strength in NUMBERS album covers featured at The Nerds of Color website.

Attention Oakland: Rocky Rivera ‘Gangster of Love’ Album Release Party TONIGHT

If you’re in Oakland, CA, head out to the New Parish to celebrate Strength in NUMBERS artist, rockyrivera's new album release, Gangster of Love. Hosted by fellow Strength in NUMBERS artist, Bambu. Ruby Ibarra, Otayo Dubb + Equipto and Cocopeila will also be there partying it up and performing with Rocky!