Unless you've been living under a rock, you've heard of Far East Movement. You may even have one of their songs stuck in your head right now!
This Asian American electro hop quartet has taken over the music scene with their hits, Girls on the Dance Floor & Like a G6, and their latest hit If I was You (OMG) featuring Snoop Dogg.
These Los Angeles natives created their group back in 2003 and are slowly taking over the world. Recently, they surprised students at Franklin High School in Glendale for a special performance and to capture local kids’ game faces for the chance to be in a special Adidas commercial.
Hollyscoop caught up with the boys backstage where they confessed they were overwhelmed with joy to be back in their hometown.
"It feels amazing to be back home! We were just on tour with Rihanna over in Australia and doing our own headlining freewire world tour in South East Asia. Headed to Europe, to come home and take a break, get some good sun and good food and just see your family and come out to a hometown crowd.
"It means a lot to us, a good chance to re-energize and re-focused, and get what we need, get that inspiration to get back on the road."
Check out our EXCLUSIVE interview with the boys below...