Category: J-Pop Videos

Tomomi Itano – Just as I am (MV)

Tomomi Itano takes some chill time to herself in L.A. and the California desert in her introspective video for “Just as I am.”

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BRATS is back with new music video Kimarigoto

Japanese girls rock band BRATS has released the music video for their new song “Kimarigoto”. Shot at remote locations including the Yamba Dam construction site and the abandoned Taishi station in Gunma prefecture, “Kimarigoto” features a new studio recording of the song previewed in last year’s “Ainikoiyo/Nounai Shoukyo Game” release.

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Moriyama Naotaro – Sakura (live)

Moriyama Naotaro drops the ultimate graduation tear-jerker with his 2003 hit song “Sakura”.

Bonus: RHYMEBERRY – Chotto yatte mita dake (solo shots)

More more more RHYMEBERRY for the fans who just can’t get enough. MC MIRI has enough energy to bounce, drum, and rap through the whole thing. More than once I thought she might jump through my screen. Watch and get hyped. MC MIRI

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Bandjanaimon! – Q. Jinsei Sore de Iinokai? (MV)

Bandjanaimon! takes their “rock moment” in full leather & fishnet style for “Q. Jinsei Sore de Iinokai?” from their upcoming release Miniban!, out December 13th.

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Namie Amuro – Showtime (MV)

Namie Amuro goes behind bars in the most fabulous prison ever in the hyper-pop video for “Showtime”, the theme song for the TBS drama Kangoku no Ohimesama (“The Caged Princess”) starring Koizumi Kyoko.

Spark Speaker – Shooting Star (MV)

Houkago Princess – Abracadabu Luv (MV)

Houkago Princess transforms to a glamourous Arabian style for their seductive new single “Abracadabu Luv”.

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Aina the End (BiSH) – Acoustic Live (2017)

Aina the End performs a solo cover of BiSH’s popular song “Hoshi ga Shibataku Yoru Ni” in her acoustic live performed November 19, 2017.

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RHYMEBERRY – Chotto yatte mita dake (MV)

Fist-pumping groove, genuine attitude and slick lyrics in RHYMEBERRY’s latest video “Chotto yatte mita dake”.

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