"Invader Invader" byt Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is definitely the wierdest thing you're going to see for a long time. We saw her before on the song "Candy Candy", but that song was easy listening compared to this. I think if my cats would team up with the neighborhoods' streetcats, they would produce something similar, or even more pleasant. My problem is mostly the atonality of the music. 'Nuf said.
J-pop sensation Dream presents their latest video. It's a blaze of pastel glory. While their Korean counterparts are usually more agressive and sexy, Japanese girl groups are more quirky and sport a more alternative fashion. Don't be fooled however, many of the clothes you see in this video will be worn in Europe in the coming seasons!
The madamme of the J-Pop scene, Kada Kumi does not show a lot of vocal capabilities in this video. And the music is pretty dreadful too. Actually I'm only giving 3 stars top rating because of the video and image. So you can put mute if you want and enjoy this video even more!
In this video, "The Never Ending Story" by the E-Girls, the title could've easily been replaced with "The Never Ending Supply Of Girls". When i thought Korean Girls' Generation was overcrowded wih 10 members, this group spans the crown with 29 eager young girls. Expect lots of hysterical dances on a cheesy rendition of this 80's classic.
1. Анастасия Стоцкая - Влюбляться
2. Avicii vs. Nicky Romero - I Could Be The One
3. Kim Sori - Dual Life
4. Perfume - Spending All My Time
5. Gülşen - Yatcaz Kalkcaz Ordayım
Meet the World's first Pan-Asian girl group: Blush. With members from all over the continent they potentially reach a public spanning well over 2,5 billion people. Musically you could say these girls were modelled after great American inventions like The Pussycat Dolls. Currently the girls are going hard mostly in Japan and south east Asia, but they're also breaking ground on the USA dance charts.
While Japanese girl group Perfume went with a totally new concept on their previous single, "Mirai No Museum" returns to their usual format. On the video however, the girls go full on anime, and one of them shows us us the skills she learnt in the last video. This song will not go on heavy rotation like "Spending All My Time" is at the moment, but most likely they will like this more in Japan.
I know this song has been out for a while, but unfortunately I missed out on it completely, and as a result so did some of you. So here it is, already one of my favorite songs of the year. Japan's sure-fire hit group "Perfume" decided to mix things up a little and go for a more dance feeling instead of their usual electro sound. Honestly I would believe Avicii was behind this song. I admit the lyrics are somewhat poor, but who cares?
Over-population gives bigger Girlgroups: That's what they thought in Korea. This time Girls' Generation presents their latest single for the Japanese market. It's kind of a remake of Jordin Sparks' "Tattoo". Still wondering how 9 girls couldn't create a bit more vocal volume...
No seriously, HOW MANY ARE THERE??? Did we really need 9 girls in this group? Just how weak are their voices? How will i rember ALL the names? This is a crowd, if you ask me. I guess this is Japan's answer to overpopulation...
This is one of the tracks I brought back from my trip to Tokyo. It's literally to be hear all over the place. Enjoy these fierce J-pop girls in their cool video, with subtitles, so it's easy to (not) understand their lines. Funny though how the album version is much faster...
Kyary Pamyu Pamyu is THE sensation in Japan right now! You can't walk down Shibuya or hear and her song "Candy Candy". Personally I found the girls with numbers on their faces slightly scary, but it's all innocent fun right here! Or is it?
Record breaking j-pop formation Perfume is back with "Spring of Life". Less over processed vocals and more... Nyan Cat? This is everything you'd expect from japan: High Tech, upbeat and in formation. Can't help but wonder if she survived the unplug at the end...
Main inspiration for Mexican electro-group Belanova have released their latest video "Spice" or 「スパイス」 in Japanese. In this video the girls fight the monochromatic world of the doll house with ... SPICE! This song is less frantic than their previous singles but follows mainly the same plot as most of their songs. The video is more organic then what we've seen from them lately, really artistic and nice!