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Musubizm Chases a Golden Rice Ball!? The MV for Their CD Debut Song “Mae wo Muke!” Revealed

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Musubizm Chases a Golden Rice Ball!? The MV for Their CD Debut Song “Mae wo Muke!” Revealed

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With the concept “Tying the Japanese kawaii and the world together ” and by embodying all variations of Kawaii (adorable, cute, pop, fashionable, beautiful, and cool), Musubizm is a a group aiming to spread Japanese kawaii culture to the world, and is taking the global idol scene by attending some festivals overseas!

Then finally, Musubizm will make their first CD debut with “Mae wo Muke!” on July 5th.

The music video for “Mae wo Muke!” was unveiled on May 30th. The song is a positive cheering song produced by miifuu who is known as a composer of “nerve” (BiS) and lyrics are written by Challenge Sawada who is the vocalist of The・Challenge.

Challenge Sawada makes appearance in the MV as a roll of a villain who stole a golden rice ball. (Rice ball is called “Omusubi” in Japanese). The MV is composed as a funny story that Musubizm members get it back like Lupin The 3rd.

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Musubizm will hold the release events around Tokyo area from June to July. Some of those are free events.
See information : http://lineblog.me/musubizm/archives/1057227788.html (Japanese blog)

Furthermore, they will perform at Tokyo Idol Festival 2016. So there is no other choice without seeing Musibizm’s cute performance if you will be in Japan this summer!

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Mae wo Muke! / Musubizm
Mae wo Muke! (Kin Ban) [CD+DVD]

Mae wo Muke! / Musubizm
Mae wo Muke! (Gin Ban)


Related links
Musubizm Official site : http://musubizm.asobisystem.com/
Musubizm Official Twitter: https://twitter.com/musubizm_staff
Musubizm Official Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/musubizm

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Kenji Harada
Kenji Harada

The venerable Japanese word "kawaii" is not the adjective "cute"; it is just a word used to communicate the state of mind of feeling love for something.

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