'It's The Ship' Reveals Phase 1 Line Up with Headliners Yellow Claw and Krewella
After months of speculation and excitement, Asia's Largest Festival at Sea, It's The Ship, today (17th August) reveal their first phase line up. Due to set sail from Singapore to Phuket on November 17, those lucky enough to get hold of tickets will be treated to the hottest rising and mainstay international talent across the dance and hip-hop spectrum.The first two headliners to be announced by organisers Livescape Group are Dutch trap heavyweights Yellow Claw and one of the most explosive electronic groups of the past decade, Krewella. Yellow Claw, whose hefty cuts have been championed by the likes Mad Decent, Spinnin', Ultra Records and Fools Gold, have quickly become some of the most hyped artists on the circuit today. Incorporating elements of trap, hip-hop, dubstep, hardstyle and moombathon, and having collaborated with the likes of Pusha T, Tinie Tempah and Flux Pavillion, this enigmatic duo are an absolute 'must-see' for the 4000 music fans on-board luxury cruise liner, Genting Dream. They join one of the most talked about musical acts in recent history. Sisters Jahan and Yasmine Yousaf, better known to millions around the planet as Krewella, redefined an entire generation of music, defiantly blending genres of rock, electronic and bass. With a reputation for setting the dance floor on fire and bringing a huge arsenal of brand new music as they prepare to drop 'Get Wet' follow up album 'New World', Krewella look set to provide one of the most electrifying performances for shipmates on It's The Ship 2017 Yellow Claw and Krewella are bolstered by an eclectic array of support that includes Aussie favourites Peking Duk and Tigerlily, Dutch Hardstyle heavyweight Brennan Heart, London-based house outfit and Martin Garrix collaborator Third Party, One More Time - A Tribute To Daft Punk, providing festival goers with the first and only realistic tribute to the seminal French super group, and from the 88rising collective, 'It Ma G' superstar Keith Ape, tough-talking Chinese rap group Higher Brothers and rising lo-fi star joji. With a host of regional talent playing alongside these superstars, including Singapore DJs Rave Republic and Oliver Osbourne, Malaysian duo Twinkies, Thai-American hip-hop triple hitters Thaitanium and Indian monolith Nucleya, It's The Ship 2017 promises to be the biggest edition yet of the floating festival goliath.