April 4, 2021
Seung-Min Lee Easter Special!



Complete playlist below; tracks in yellow were cut for time.

  1. New York, New York, Ryan Adams, 2001
  2. Style, Taylor Swift, 2014
  3. Style, Ryan Adams, 2015
  4. Fuck You Tonight (feat. R. Kelly) , The Notorious B.I.G., R. Kelly, 1997
  5. D.R.U.G.S. (feat. YG 400), Iggy Azalea, 2012
  6. Whatever You Like, T.I., 2008
  7. Kim, Eminem, 2000
  8. Stan - Live At 43rd Grammy Awards, Eminem, Elton John, 2005
  9. Heaven Knows I'm Miserable Now, The Smiths, 1987
  10. Bengali In Platforms, Morrissey, 1988
  11. Cocaine, Eric Clapton, 1977
  12. Baby, Ariel Pink, 2012
  13. Baby, Donnie & Joe Emerson, 1979
  14. Bad, Michael Jackson, 1987
  15. Senorita, ((G)I-DLE), 2019
  16. You Oughta Know, Das Racist, Heems, 2010
  17. MONTERO (Call Me By Your Name), Lil Nas X, 2021
  18. Wildside, Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch, 1991
  19. Good Vibrations, Marky Mark And The Funky Bunch, Loleatta Holloway, 1991

Seung-Min Lee (b. 1981) lives and works in Brooklyn, NY. Selected exhibitions and performances include: TedTalks iChicken, “MoMA Downtown”, New York, 2020; Freeport: Kim Jong Un Liberation Art, Hauser and Wirth, New York, 2020; Kim Jong Un: Spring Awakening on the Pacific Rim, Human Resources LA, Los Angeles, 2019; Popular Revolt, iRape : Ted Kavanaugh SoulCycle Instructor, NYU Skirball Center, New York, 2019; Intolerable Whiteness, The Kitchen, New York, 2018; On Whiteness, The Kitchen, New York, 2018; Kim Jong Un presents Global World Karaoke Championships, NADA NY, New York, 2018; #themalso?, Performance Space New York, New York, 2018; Full Disclosure: A History of Personal Racial Macro and Microaggressions, Highline, New York, 2017; Dialectical Behavioral Therapy to Internally Smash the Patriarchy, Racism, Ageism, Classism, & Bad Manners to Win Friends, $etc., Safe Gallery, Brooklyn, 2017; Workout Prototype for an anti-racist, classist, misogynist, Woke New World, Present Company, Brooklyn, 2017; Informed Consent Dual Agency Open House Karaoke, More Art, New York, 2016; Price of Admission: Let’s Not Gentrify Chinatown, But Say We Did?, Essex Flowers, New York, 2016; Memory Palace, Alisa Baremboym and Seung-Min Lee, Luxembourg and Dayan, New York, 2015; Women, Inc., Artists Space, New York, 2015; On Discipline, Regina Rex, New York, 2015; End Of The Night Café II, Kim Jong Un Hacks Chipotle, David Lewis Gallery, New York, 2015; Sing’s Millennium Mart, Interstate Projects, Brooklyn, 2015.  

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