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A master of social media, Choi Instagrams his Chomp Eatery bottle of leafy green liquid for his fans.Over 3,000 people “like” this photo, but according to the comments, they seem more interested in his watery eyes, his hint of a smile, his unkempt brows and his spiky hair, rather than his diet.The boyish Choi is 27, but could arguably still pass for a teenager, especially sitting cross-legged on the floor of his Los Angeles home with a cozy blanket wrapped around his shoulders, waxing poetic about the importance of not letting the practical rules of songwriting (or the world in general) stunt your creativity and apologizing when he rambles wistfully off topic.
He was initially horrified when someone called him up to tell him.“I was super embarrassed,” remembers Choi. How can you call yourself shy if you’re putting yourself out there?
Holing himself in his room with a Yamaha EX5 keyboard, Choi started experimenting with electronic music and instrumental pieces.
Curious about whether his compositions were good or not, he started entering music competitions, first winning local contests for his school division and eventually winning a “David Bowie Mash-up Contest,” where, out of thousands of applicants, he was chosen the winner by David Bowie himself.
Curiosity led her to search further and discover Choi’s music on You Tube.“He’s like that shy guy who sits back and watches things unfold from afar,” says Chen, of Choi’s appeal.
She not only likes his self-composed music, but admits that even when he’s covering Top 40 hits, she prefers his melancholy, acoustic guitar covers more than the original songs themselves.