Christian Yu

DPR Ian, Bio, Age, Music, Tour, and Net Worth

DPR Ian, also known as Christian Yu, is a South Korean-based, Australian singer, rapper, and director. He was a Yedang Entertainment boy group C-Clown member between 2012 and 2015. On October 26, 2020, Yu released his debut solo single “So Lovely” under his co-founded label Dream Perfect Regime (DPR). On July 29, 2022, he released his first studio album, Moodswings Into Order, was published. In 2022, he was the tenth most streamed K-pop male Solo Artist globally on Spotify.

DPR Ian Biography

Ian studied at Wollongong High School of the Performing Arts. When he was 18, he started uploading videos to his YouTube channel, B-Boy B. Yu. Dpr Ian attended the University of Sydney for a year after graduating from high school. Studying physics and art before dropping out. Christian uploaded Bboy videos on his YouTube channel and became popular after that. To pursue his career, he traveled to South Korea from Australia.

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Christian Yu.

Then he was signed by Yedang Entertainment, and they made a Korean band called C-Clown, with six members, including him. Maru, Siwoo, TK, Kang Jun, and Ray were the other five members. His nickname was Rom, which was a spin-off of his surname. Every member and his fan used to call him Rom.

Name Christian Yu, DPR Ian
Born September 6, 1990 (age 33)
Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
NationalityKorean, South Korean, and Australian
Height 1.74m
Occupation Rapper-Singer-Visual director
Genre Contemporary R&B, Korean HipHop, Korean Indie
Record Labels Dream Perfect Regime, Banana Culture
Former Member C-clown
Net Worth $ 5 million
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DPR Ian Age

Christian was born in Australia on September 6, 1990, in the city of Sydney, and is 33 years old. He comes from a Christian family, thus he is Christian and of Asian descent. Yu was raised by a single mother.

DPR Ian Music

DPR Ian and Live’s single “Diamonds + & Pearls” is part of the soundtrack to the Marvel film Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings in 2021. This made the duo, along with other album artists, two of the first Korean artists to appear on a Marvel soundtrack album.

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As C-Clown split in October 2015, Yu, together with Live, Cream, and REM, founded the label Dream Perfect Regime, all of whom use the label’s acronym—DPR—in their names. In 2021, he published his first extended play, Moodswings in This Order. In 2022, he published his debut studio album, Moodswings Into Order. Outside of DPR, he has directed and edited music videos for singers like Bobby‘s “HOLUP,” Mino‘s “Body,” and Taeyang‘s “Wake Me Up.”

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